9780123865885

Therapist's Guide to Clinical Intervention : The 1-2-3's of Treatment Planning

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  • Edition: 2nd
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  • Copyright: 2003-09-12
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science

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Summary

Therapist's Guide to Clinical Intervention, Second Edition is a must-have reference for clinicians completing insurance forms, participating in managed care, or practicing in treatment settings requiring formalized goals and treatment objectives. This practical, hands-on handbook outlines treatment goals and objectives for each type of psychopathology as defined by the diagnostic and statistical manual by the American Psychiatric Association, identifies skill-building resources, and provides samples of all major professional forms. With over 30% new information, this new edition covers a variety of new special assessments including domestic violence, phobias, eating disorders, adult ADHD, and outpatient progress. New skill-building resources focus on surviving holiday blues, improving communication, overcoming shyness, teaching couples to fight "fair", surviving divorce, successful stepfamilies, managing anger, coping with post traumatic stress, and more. Additional professional forms have been added including treatment plans, a brief mental health evaluation, parent's questionnaire, and a contract for providing service for people with no insurance. In a practical hands-on approach, this handbook: * Outlines treatment goals and objectives for DSM-IV diagnoses * Provides outlines for assessing special circumstances * Offers skill building resources to supplement treatment * Provides samples for a wide range of business and clinical forms * Outlines treatment goals and objectives for DSM-IV diagnoses * Outlines for assessing special circumstances * Offers skill building resources to supplement treatment * Provides samples for a wide range of business and clinical forms

Table of Contents

Introduction xvii
Level of Patient Care and Practice Considerations xix
Decision Tree of Evaluation and Intervention
xxi
Levels of Functioning and Treatment Associated Considerations
xxii
High-Risk Situations in Practice
xxiii
Treatment Plan
xxiv
Solution-Focused Approach to Treatment
xxv
Case Conceptualization
xxvi
Common Axis 1 and Axis 2 Diagnoses
xxviii
Chapter 1 TREATMENT PLANNING: GOALS, OBJECTIVES, AND INTERVENTIONS
Disorders Usually First Evident in Infancy, Childhood, or Adolescence
1(6)
Mental Retardation (MR)
1(4)
Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PPD)
5(2)
Disruptive Behavior Disorders
7(18)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder
7(6)
Separation Anxiety
13(1)
Avoidant Disorder
14(2)
Overanxious Disorder
16(2)
Eating Disorder (EDO)
18(6)
Preventing Weight and Body Image Problems in Children
24(1)
Recommendations for Family Members of Anorexic Individuals
25(3)
Identity Disorder
26(2)
Children
28(3)
Organic Mental Syndromes and Disorders
31(1)
Dementia
32(5)
Dementia and Organic Mental Disorders
32(2)
Defining Specific Dementias
34(3)
Psychoactive Substance Abuse Disorders
37(5)
Substance Abuse and/or Dependence
38(3)
Categories of Pharmacological Intervention
41(1)
Treatment Settings
41(1)
List of Symptoms Leading to Relapse
42(3)
Schizophrenia, Delusional, and Related Psychotic Disorders
45(6)
Thought Disorders
45(4)
Phases of Treatment
49(1)
Treatment Settings
49(1)
Summary of Treatment Recommendations for Patients with Perceptual Disturbances
49(2)
Mood Disorders
51(11)
Depression
52(4)
Depression Co-occurring with other Illness
56(2)
Mania
58(3)
Children
61(1)
Bipolar Disorder Hypersexuality
62(1)
Antidepressant Medication and other Treatment
63(1)
Additional Treatment Considerations
64(1)
Anxiety Disorders
65(4)
Anxiety Disorders
65(4)
Cycle of Anxiety-Provoked Emotional Distress
69(3)
Trauma Response
70(2)
Somatoform Disorders
72(6)
Somatoform Disorders
72(3)
Psychosomatic Illness and Personality Disorder
75(2)
Interpreting Functional Presentations of Symptomology
77(1)
Dissociative Disorders
78(2)
Dissociative Disorders
78(2)
Sexual Disorders
80(1)
Sexual Disorders
80(1)
Adjustment Disorders
81(3)
Adjustment Disorders
82(2)
Impulse Control Disorders
84(2)
Impulse Control Disorders
84(2)
Psychological Factors Affecting Physical Condition
86(2)
Psychological Factor Affecting Physical Condition
86(2)
Personality Disorders
88(16)
Avoidant Personality Disorder
89(1)
Compulsive Personality Disorder
90(2)
Dependent Personality Disorder
92(2)
Passive-Aggressive Personality Disorder
94(1)
Paranoid Personality Disorder
95(2)
Schizotypal Personality Disorder
97(1)
Schizoid Personality Disorder
98(1)
Histrionic Personality Disorder
99(1)
Narcissistic Personality Disorder
100(1)
Borderline Personality Disorder
101(3)
Physical Factors Affecting Psychological Functioning
104(5)
Stages of Adjustment
105(4)
Chapter 2 ASSESSING SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES
Assessing Special Circumstances
109(3)
Cognitive-Behavioral Assessment
109(2)
Depression And Anxiety Screening
111(1)
Depression
111(1)
Anxiety
111(1)
Structured Interview for Depression
112(1)
Cycle of Depression
113(2)
Suicide
115(4)
Suicide Assessment Outline
115(1)
Adolescent Suicide
116(1)
Treatment Focus and Objectives
117(1)
Depression and Suicide Risk Relapse
118(1)
Dangerousness
119(5)
Dangerousness Assessment Outline
120(1)
Clarifying Risk of Harm
121(1)
Treatment Focus and Objectives
122(2)
Cycle of Phobic Anxiety
124(1)
Obsessional Disorders: An Overview
125(1)
Assessment of Obsessional Disorders (OD)
125(2)
Gravely Disabled
127(1)
Treatment Focus and Objectives
127(1)
Activities of Daily Living
128(2)
Living Situation
129(1)
Self-Care Skills
129(1)
Level of Required Assistance
129(1)
Care of Environment and Chore Responsibilities
129(1)
Meals
129(1)
Child Care
129(1)
Financial
129(1)
Shopping
129(1)
Transportation
130(1)
Chronic Mental Illness (CMI)
130(2)
General Guidelines for Assessing the Chronic Mentally III
131(1)
Crisis Evaluation
132(1)
Crisis Intervention
133(2)
Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD)
134(1)
Screening for Survivors
135(1)
Identifying Traumatic Stress
135(2)
Recovering from Traumatic Stress
135(1)
How Does a Traumatic Event Affect Someone?
136(1)
The Effects of Time
137(1)
Traumatic Stress and Vehicular Accidents
137(2)
Assessment of Phobic Behavior
139(2)
Postpartum Depression and Anxiety
141(4)
Definitions
141(2)
Postpartum Crisis Psychosis
143(1)
How to Break the Postpartum Cycle
144(1)
Professional Guidelines for Crisis Intervention
145(1)
Self-Care Behaviors
146(1)
Counseling the Individual in a Medical Crisis
147(4)
Treatment Framework and Conceptualization
148(1)
The Central Crisis Issue
149(2)
Dealing with the Challenges of Long Term Illness
151(6)
Working Through the Challenges and Fears Associated with Long-Term Illness
154(3)
Chronic Pain: Assessment and Intervention
157(3)
Factors Affecting the Experience of Pain
157(1)
Clinical Interview
158(1)
Assessment and Measuring Pain
158(2)
Pain Identification Chart
160(1)
Location and Type of Pain
160(1)
Pain Management Scale
161(3)
Interventions for Chronic Pain
162(1)
Six Stages of Treatment
162(1)
Interventions
162(2)
Somatic Problems: A Brief Review
164(1)
The Patient with Psychosomatic Illness Who has an Underlying Personality Disorder
165(2)
Eating Disorders Screening Questionnaire
167(2)
The Mood Eating Scale
169(1)
Eating History
169(1)
Eating Disorder Evaluation: Anorexia
170(2)
Eating Disorder Evaluation: Bulimia
172(2)
Adult ADD Screening
174(3)
ADHD Behavioral Review
177(2)
Chemical Dependency Assessment
179(3)
Chemical Dependency Psychological Assessment
182(3)
Withdrawal Symptoms Checklist
185(2)
Psychological
185(1)
Somatic
185(2)
Spousal/Partner Abuse
187(4)
Assessing Spousal/Partner Abuse
187(4)
The Stage Model of Domestic Violence
191(1)
Assessing for Domestic Violence
192(2)
Intervention Categories
193(1)
Counseling Victims of Domestic Violence
194(1)
Objectives
195(1)
Child Abuse and Neglect
195(3)
Prevention
195(1)
Indicators of Abuse
196(1)
Treatment
197(1)
Child Custody Evaluation
198(4)
Guidelines for Psychological Evaluation
198(1)
Ability of the Child to Bond
199(1)
Ability of the Parent to Bond and Other Pertinent Information
199(1)
Child Custody Evaluation Report Outline
200(1)
Parental Behavior
201(1)
Interaction Between Parent-Child(Ren)
201(1)
Bonding Study Versus Custody Evaluation
201(1)
Parental Alienation Syndrome
202(5)
Parental Programming
202(1)
Subtle and Unconscious Influencing
202(1)
Childs Own Scenarios
203(1)
Family Dynamics and Environment/ Situtational Issues
203(1)
Criteria for Establishing Primary Custody
203(1)
Behaviors of the Parents
204(1)
Children
205(1)
Three Categories of Parental Alienation
206(1)
Evaluation and Disposition Considerations for Families where Parental Alieneation Occurs
207(2)
Questions to Ask Children
208(1)
Questions to Ask the Parents
209(1)
Parental Alienation Syndrome Treatment
209(2)
Visitation Rights Report
211(1)
Visitation Rights Report
211(1)
Dispositional Review: Foster Placement; Temporary Placement
211(2)
Dispositional Review Report Outline
212(1)
Psychiatric Work-Related Disability Evaluation
213(4)
Identifying Information
213(1)
Description of Client at Time of Interview
213(1)
Descriptions of Clients Current Complaints
213(1)
History of Present Illness
213(1)
Occupational History
214(1)
Past Psychiatric History and Relevant Medical History
214(1)
Family History
214(1)
Developmental History
215(1)
Social History (Distinguish Prior to Disability, Disability Concurrent, After Injury)
215(1)
Mental Status Exam
215(1)
Review of Medical Record
215(1)
Findings from Psychological Assessment
215(1)
Interviews With Collateral Sources and Review of Employment or Personnel Records (Compare Description of Industrial Injury With Clients Description)
216(1)
DSM-IV Diagnosis (Multiaxial, Using DSM Criteria and Terminology)
216(1)
Summary and Conclusions
216(1)
Psychological Pre-Employment Evaluation
217(1)
Report Outline
217(1)
Compulsory Psychological Evaluation
218(1)
Compulsory Psychological Evaluation
218(1)
Forensic Evaluation
219(1)
Report Outline
220(3)
Competency
220(1)
Competency to Plead and/or Confess
220(1)
Competency to Stand Trial
220(1)
Mental Status at Time of Offense
220(3)
Chapter 3 SKILL-BUILDING RESOURCES FOR INCREASING SOCIAL COMPETENCY
What is Stress?
223(3)
Stress Review
225(1)
Stress Management
226(3)
Early Warning Signs of Stress
228(1)
Stress Signals
228(1)
Stress Busting
229(1)
Effective Management of Stress
229(1)
Critical Problem Solving
229(1)
Assertiveness
230(1)
Conflict Resolution
230(1)
Time Management
230(1)
Self-Care
230(1)
Tips for Stress Management
230(1)
Tips to Simplify Life
231(2)
Ten Signs that You Need to Simplify Your Life
232(1)
How to Improve Planning
233(1)
Pain Management
233(1)
Some Examples of Individualized Time Management Options
234(1)
Self-Care Plan
235(1)
How to Get The Most Out of Your Day
236(1)
Emotional IQ
237(1)
Relaxation Exercises
238(9)
Deep Breathing
238(1)
Mental Relaxation
239(1)
Tensing the Muscles
239(1)
Mental Imagery
239(2)
Brief Relaxation
241(1)
Brief Progressive Relaxation
241(1)
Progressive Muscle Relaxation
242(2)
Preparing for the Provocation
244(1)
Confronting the Provocation
245(1)
It's Time to Talk to Yourself
245(1)
A Guide to Meditation
245(2)
Critical Problem Solving
247(2)
Preparing to Learn Problem-Solving Skills
248(1)
Managing Interaction During Problem Solving
248(1)
Developing Good Problem-Solving Skills Equips Individuals To:
248(1)
Stages of Problem Solving (As Therapist Facilitates Skill Development in Individual):
248(1)
Steps for Problem Solving
249(1)
Problem Solving Diagram
249(1)
Assignment 1
250(1)
Sample Problems
250(1)
Assignment 2
250(1)
Assignment 3
251(1)
Risks
252(1)
Components of Effective Communication
253(2)
"I" Statements
253(1)
Active Listening
253(1)
Reflection
254(1)
Nonverbal Communication Checklist
255(1)
Improving Communication Skills
256(1)
How You Present Yourself: Body Language
256(1)
How You Say It: Quality of Voice
256(1)
Effective Listening
257(1)
Assertive Communication
257(1)
Assertiveness Inventory
258(2)
Nonverbal Communication
260(1)
Developing Assertiveness
261(1)
Nonverbal Assertive Behavior
261(1)
Personal Bill of Rights
262(1)
Assertiveness
262(2)
The Steps of Positive Assertiveness
263(1)
Practicing Assertive Responses
263(1)
Ten Steps for Giving Feedback
264(1)
Saying "No"
264(1)
To Overcome Guilt in Saying "No"
264(1)
Review for Yourself the Consequences of Saying "Yes"
265(1)
Accepting "No" for An Answer
265(1)
Ten Ways of Responding to Aggression
265(1)
The Communication of Difficult Feelings
266(1)
How You Can Deal with Uncomfortable Feelings
266(1)
Writing
267(1)
Areas of Potential Conflict
268(1)
List of Potential Conflicts
268(1)
List of Feeling Words
269(1)
Pleasant Feelings
269(1)
Difficult/Unpleasant Feelings
269(1)
Time Management
270(1)
Four Central Steps to Effective Time Management
270(1)
How to Start Your Time Management Program
270(1)
Some Examples of Individualized Time Management Options
271(1)
Decision Making
272(1)
Steps for Decision Making
272(1)
Goal Development
273(1)
Steps for Developing Goals
273(1)
Setting Priorities
274(1)
Steps for Setting Priorities
274(1)
Rational Thinking: Self-Talk, Thought Stopping, and Reframing
274(4)
Self-Talk
274(2)
Thought Stopping
276(1)
Reframing
277(1)
Thinking Distortions
278(1)
Realistic Self-Talk
279(2)
Practice Reframing How You Interpret Situations
281(1)
Defense Mechanisms
282(1)
Defense Mechanism Definitions
283(1)
Anger Management
283(2)
Seven Steps of Taking Responsibility
284(1)
Understanding Anger
285(1)
Handling Anger
286(3)
General Principles Regarding Anger
286(1)
Understanding Your Experience of Anger
286(1)
Recognizing the Stages of Anger
287(1)
Decrease the Intensity of Anger
287(1)
Barriers to Expressing Anger
288(1)
Inappropriate Expression of Anger: Violence and Rage
288(1)
Penalties for Not Expressing Anger
288(1)
Ways to Deal with Anger
289(1)
Ten Steps for Letting Go of Anger
289(1)
Preventing Violence in the Workplace
289(6)
Negative Work Environment
290(1)
The Dangerous Employee
290(1)
Bully in the Workplace
291(1)
Workplace Violence
291(4)
How to Handle Angry People
295(1)
What Management Can Do to Minimize Employee Stress
296(2)
Adjusting/Adapting
298(2)
Life Changes
298(1)
Developmental Perspective
299(1)
Learning History
300(1)
Losses/Opportunities
301(2)
What is Meant by Resolving Grief/Loss?
301(1)
Why Are People Not Prepared to Deal with Loss?
301(1)
What Are the Myths of Dealing with Loss?
302(1)
How Do You Know You Are Ready?
302(1)
Finding the Solution: The Five Stages of Recovering From Loss
302(1)
How You Deal with Loss
302(1)
Other Ways?
302(1)
Grief Cycle
303(1)
Definition: The Natural Emotional Response to the Loss of a Cherished Idea, Person, or Thing
303(1)
Grief
304(3)
Never Happened
304(1)
Bargaining
305(1)
Depression
305(1)
Acceptance
306(1)
History of Loss Graph
307(1)
Example
307(1)
Relationship Graph
307(1)
Example
307(1)
Is Life What You Make It?
308(1)
Journal Writing
308(2)
Steps 1-4
308(1)
Steps 5-15
309(1)
Developing and Utilizing Social Supports
310(2)
Characteristics of a Supportive Relationship
310(2)
How to Build and Keep a Support System
312(1)
Recognizing the Stages of Depression
313(1)
Decreasing the Intensity of Depression
313(1)
Managing Depression
314(1)
The Causes of Depression
314(1)
Depression Symptom Checklist
315(2)
Surviving the Holiday Blues
317(1)
Utilizing Your Support System
318(1)
Examples
318(1)
The Power of Positive Attitude
318(1)
Self-Monitoring Checklist
319(3)
Management Behaviors
319(3)
Daily Activity Schedule
322(1)
Confronting and Understanding Suicide
323(1)
Hopelessness and Despair
323(1)
Depression
324(1)
Phone Numbers
324(1)
Feeling Overwhelmed and Desperate
325(1)
Feeling like Your Life is Out of Control
326(1)
Guilt
327(2)
Loneliness
329(1)
Chemical Imbalance
329(1)
Low Self-Esteem
330(2)
The Self-Esteem Review
332(1)
Ten Self-Esteem Boosters
333(1)
Affirmations for Building Self-Esteem
334(1)
Self-Nurturing: A Component of Self-Esteem
334(2)
Characteristics of Low Self-Esteem
336(2)
Characteristics of High Self-Esteem
338(1)
What Motivates Me?
339(1)
Standing Up to Shyness
339(2)
Socializing
340(1)
Bad Memories and Fear
341(1)
Seasonal Anniversary of Losses
342(2)
Fatigue or Sleep Deprivation
344(1)
What is Panic Anxiety?
344(2)
Symptoms
345(1)
Treatment
345(1)
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
346(1)
Managing Anxiety
347(3)
What Do You Do
349(1)
Survey of Stress Symptoms
350(1)
Psychological Symptoms
350(1)
Physical Symptoms
350(1)
Estimate Your Stress Level
350(1)
How Your Body Reacts to Stress and Anxiety
351(1)
Managing Stress
351(1)
25 Ways to Relieve Anxiety
352(1)
Plan of Action for Dealing with Anxiety
353(1)
Relapse-Symptom Reoccurrence
354(2)
Intervening in the Relapse Cycle
355(1)
Warning Signs of Relapse
356(1)
Systematic Desensitization
357(1)
The Ten Steps of Systematic Desensitization
357(1)
What is Dementia?
358(1)
Symptoms
358(1)
Conditions Causing Reversible Symptoms
358(1)
Conditions Causing Dementia That Are Not Reversible
359(1)
Diagonosis
359(1)
Understanding Schizophrenia
359(3)
Symptoms and Perceptual Disturbance
360(1)
Potential for Violence
360(1)
Suicide
360(1)
What Causes Schizophrenia
360(2)
Ten Warning Signs of Alzheimer's Disease
362(1)
Caregiving of Elderly Parents
363(3)
Common Problems Experienced by Caregivers
365(1)
Effective Coping Strategies for the Caretaker
365(1)
Tips for the Caretaker
366(1)
Advice for others Close to the Situation
366(1)
Ten Warning Signs of Caregiver Stress
366(1)
Sleep Disorders
367(1)
Treatment Focus and Objectives
367(1)
Ten Tips for Better Sleep
368(2)
Health Inventory
370(1)
Assessing Lifestyle and Health
371(1)
Assuming the Patient Role: The Benefits of Being Sick
372(1)
Improving Your Health
373(2)
Heart Disease and Depression
375(1)
Facts on Depression and Heart Disease Offered by The National Institute of Health
375(1)
Benefits of Depression Treatment
375(1)
Depression Is Often Undiagnosed and Untreated
375(1)
Effective Treatment for Depression
376(1)
Eating History
376(1)
How to Stop Using Food as a Coping Mechanism
377(1)
Preventing Body Weight and Body Image Problems in Children
378(1)
Obsession with Weight
378(1)
Obesity and Self-Esteem
379(1)
What Parents Can Do
379(1)
Guidelines to Follow if Someone You Know Has An Eating Disorder
379(1)
Dealing with Fear
380(1)
Guidelines for Family Members/Significant Others of Alcoholic/Chemically Dependent Individuals
381(1)
Detaching with Love Versus Controlling
382(1)
The Enabler-The Companion to the Dysfunctional/Substance Abusing Person
383(2)
Substance Abuse/Dependence Personal Evaluation
385(1)
List of Symptoms Leading to Relapse
386(1)
What is Codependency?
387(1)
The Classic Situation
388(1)
Some Characteristics of Codependence
388(1)
Suggested Diagnostic Criteria for Codependence
389(1)
How Does Codependency Work?
390(3)
The Rules of Codependency
391(1)
How Codependency Affects Ones Life
391(1)
Symptom/Effect in Children of Codependents
392(1)
What Can You Do
392(1)
Stages of Recovery
392(1)
Characteristics of Adult Children of Alcoholics
393(1)
Guidelines for Completing Your First Step Toward Emotional Health
394(2)
Relationship Questionnaire
396(1)
Healthy Adult Relationships: Being a Couple
396(1)
Special Circumstances
397(1)
How to Predict the Potentially Violent Relationship
397(2)
Domestic Violence: Safety Planning
399(2)
Most Important to Remember
399(1)
Document the Abuse
399(1)
Find A Safe Place to Go
399(1)
Create a Safe Room in Your Home
400(1)
Have Money and Keys
400(1)
Create a File with Your Important Documents
400(1)
Pack a Suitcase
401(1)
Know When and How to Leave
401(1)
Why Victims of Domestic Violence Struggle with Leaving
401(1)
Improved Coping Skills for Happier Couples
402(1)
Evaluate the Problem
402(1)
Problem Resolution
403(1)
Couple's Conflict: Rules for Fighting Fair
403(3)
Parenting a Healthy Family
406(2)
Creating Effective Family Rules
406(1)
Effective Co parenting
406(1)
Maintain the Parent Role
407(1)
Be An Active Parent
407(1)
A Healthy Family Means All of Its Members are Involved
407(1)
Encourage Communication
407(1)
Guiding Your Child to Appropriately Express Anger
408(1)
The Family Meeting
409(2)
Guidelines
409(1)
Developing Positive Self-Esteem in Children and Adolescents
410(1)
Understanding and Dealing with Life Crises of Childhood
411(1)
What Is a Crisis?
411(1)
What Happens During a Crisis
412(1)
Crisis Resolution
413(2)
What Do You Need to Do to Help a Child
413(2)
Your Child's Mental Health
415(1)
Warning Signs of Teen Mental Health Problems
416(1)
Talking to Children
417(2)
Rules for Listening
418(1)
Rules for Problem Solving and Expressing Your Thoughts and Feelings to Children
418(1)
Do's
419(1)
Don'ts
419(1)
Guidelines for Discipline that Develops Responsibility
419(1)
Helpful Hints
420(1)
Steps in Applying Logical Consequences
420(1)
Surviving Divorce
420(2)
Physical Stress
421(1)
Emotional Stress
421(1)
Self-Care
421(1)
Successful Stepfamilies
422(1)
Honor
422(1)
Validation
422(1)
Respect
422(1)
Responsibility
422(1)
Communication
423(1)
Discipline
423(1)
Parent-Centered Structure
423(1)
Helping Children Cope with Scheduling Changes
423(2)
Is Your Behavior in the Best Interest of Your Children?
425(1)
The Rules of Politeness
426(1)
Self-Monitoring
426(1)
Questions to Ask Yourself
426(1)
Goal Setting
427(1)
Accomplishments
428(1)
Strengths
428(1)
Resources
429(1)
Ten Rules for Emotional Health
429(6)
Chapter 4 PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE FORMS, CLINICAL FORMS, BUSINESS FORMS
Case Formulation
435(1)
General Consult Information
435(1)
General Clinical Evaluation
436(3)
Treatment Plan
439(3)
Mental Status Exam
442(2)
Contents of Examination
442(2)
Mental Status Exam
444(1)
Mental Status Exam
445(2)
Initial Case Assessment
447(2)
Initial Evaluation
449(2)
Brief Mental Health Evaluation Review
451(3)
Life History Questionnaire
454(9)
Adult Psychosocial
463(3)
Family History
464(1)
Drug and Alcohol Abuse
465(1)
Educational History
465(1)
Employment History
465(1)
Socialization Skills
465(1)
Summary
466(1)
Treatment Plans and Recommendations
466(1)
Child/Adolescent Psychosocial
467(8)
Identifying Information
467(8)
Parent's Questionnaire
475(2)
Question
475(2)
Self-Assessment
477(1)
Brief Medical History
478(1)
Illnesses and Medical Problems
479(1)
Medical Review Consult Request for Primary Care Physician of an Eating Disorder (EDO) Patient
480(1)
Substance Use and Psychosocial Questionnaire
481(4)
Treatment History
482(1)
Family History
483(1)
Social History
483(1)
Medical Problems
484(1)
Chemical Dependency Psychosocial Assessment
485(3)
Initial Evaluation Consultation Note to Primary Care Physician
488(2)
Brief Consultation Note to Physician
490(1)
Outpatient Treatment Progress Report
491(3)
Progress Note for Individual with Anxiety and/or Depression
494(2)
Clinical Notes
496(2)
Disability/Worker's Compensation
498(1)
Social Security Evaluation, Medical Source Statement, Psychiatric/ Psychological
499(1)
Worker's Compensation Attending Therapist's Report
500(2)
Progress
500(1)
Treatment
500(1)
Work Status
500(1)
Disability Status
500(2)
Brief Psychiatric Evaluation for Industrial Injury
502(3)
Brief Level of Functioning Review for Industrial Injury
505(4)
Outline for Diagnostic Summary
509(2)
Diagnostic Summary
509(2)
Discharge Summary
511(4)
Patient Registration
515(2)
Insured/Responsible Party Information
515(1)
Office Billing and Insurance Policy
515(2)
Contract for Services Without Using Insurance
517(1)
Fee Agreement for Deposition and Court Appearance
517(2)
Limits on Patient Confidentiality
519(1)
Release of Information
519(1)
Treatment Contract
520(1)
Contract for Group Therapy
521(1)
Release for the Evaluation and Treatment of a Minor
522(1)
Authorization for the Release or Exchange of Information
522(1)
Client Messages
523(1)
Affidavit of the Custodian of Mental Health Records to Accompany Copy of Records
524(1)
Referral for Psychological
525(2)
Psychiatric History
525(2)
Release to Return to Work or School
527(1)
Notice of Discharge for Noncompliance of Treatment
528(1)
Duty to Warn
529(1)
Missed Appointment
530(1)
Receipt
531(1)
Receipt
532(1)
Balance Statement
533(1)
Client Satisfaction Survey
534(2)
Form for Checking Out Audiotapes, Videotapes and Books
536(1)
Quality Assurance Review
537(2)
Initial Assessment
537(1)
Progress Notes
537(2)
Bibliography 539(14)
Index 553

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