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9780876308264

Treatment Outcomes in Psychotherapy and Psychiatric Interventions

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  • ISBN13:

    9780876308264

  • ISBN10:

    0876308264

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 1996-07-01
  • Publisher: Routledge

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In the new era of managed care, mental health professionals find themselves asking basic questions such as: What are treatment outcomes? How are they measured? What are the implications for practice? And the literature on outcomes research geared towards professionals - which would provide answers - has been virtually nonexistent until now. In Treatment Outcomes in Psychotherapy and Psychiatric Interventions, the authors have created a road map through the theoretical and clinical territories that must be negotiated on the way to treatment accountability. Part One provides an overview of the clinical issues associated with treatment outcomes. There are discussions of outcomes measures, monitoring and management, and the necessary shift from generic to prescriptive treatment. In Part Two, coverage spans clinical applications of outcomes measures to outpatient psychiatry, inpatient treatment, substance abuse treatment, primary care, and more. Case examples highlight the text. This book is nothing less than asurvival manual for providers confronting the avalanche of changes in clinical practice today, and who now must work within the guidelines of managed care. It will also be of interest to case managers, students, benefit managers, and executives,

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