Keep things under control more easily Feel as if I’m coping betterJoin a club Do some activities Try and find work. Introduce some daily activity scheduling: Daily 30 minute walk preferably with someone, (tom suggests) wife, neighbour, eldest son Reduce daily alcohol intake especially in evenings, aim for at least 2 alcohol free days a week Information provided regarding symptoms and management of depression Work with local psychologist about management of stress and depression Prescribe anti-depressants Information provided regarding healthy eating, and how to improve sleep Join local squash club. Refer to Better Access psychologist for counselling. Name and contact details supplied. CRISIS/ RELAPSE If required, note the arrangements for crisis intervention and/or relapse prevention Agreed names of people to contact and talk to if feeling awful or unwell Jeff Smith (friend), Jane (wife), Mike Forman (GP ph: 98 7654 3210) Lifeline telephone counselling (available 24hrs a day) (13 11 14)APPROPRIATE PSYCHO-EDUCATION PROVIDED YES□NO□PLAN ADDED TO THE PATIENT’S RECORDSYES □NO□COPY (OR PARTS) OF THE PLAN OFFERED TO OTHER PROVIDERS YES □NO □NOT REQ’D□COMPLETELY THE PLAN
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