TheraScribe Essential 1.0 for Solo Practitioners: The Treatment Planning and Clinical Record Management System + The Addiction Treatment Planner Module, 4th Edition
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TE 1.0 includes all of the key functions of TheraScribe 5.0, without the bells and whistles that are useful only to larger practices and advanced users. The basic package includes prewritten treatment planning language for one population--either adults, adolescents, children, or clients with addiction problems. Users may purchase additional treatment planning modules for other populations, as well as progress note and homework modules to expand the functionality in their preferred areas.
Therapists will find that TE 1.0 saves them time; speeds managed care reimbursement; allows them to create more effective treatment plans; and best of all frees up more time to spend with clients (or to use marketing their practice). Whether users opt for the basic package or choose to customize TE 1.0 for their unique practice, there is no more complete, flexible, and efficient system for treatment planning and client record management.
Since it was first published in 1997, the Addiction Treatment Planner has become the established standard for writing effective and efficient treatment plans. Responding to the changing needs of the mental health community, this fully-revised resource offers new treatment planning language that is rooted in evidence based care, allowing practitioners to draft treatment plans that are grounded in the latest and most recognized treatments--and which meet the updated requirements of managed care companies and accrediting agencies. Other features include:
• Intervention language that follows the mandates of the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) which are being adopted at the state level across the US.
• Organized around 44 main presenting problems, including ADHD, borderline traits, eating disorders, gambling, impulsivity, psychosis, social anxiety, and substance abuse
• Flexible format which allows practitioners to choose easily between newer evidence based and traditional "best-practices" treatment approaches.