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The Continuum of Care Treatment Planner

The Continuum of Care Treatment Planner

Chris E. Stout, Arthur E. Jongsma Jr.

ISBN: 978-0-471-19568-9

Dec 1997

192 pages

Select type: Paperback

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This valuable resource makes it easier than ever for clinicians to create formal treatment plans that satisfy all the demands of HMOs, managed care companies, third-party payers, and state and federal review agencies. Focusing on psychological problems that require treatment in inpatient, partial hospitalization, or intensive outpatient settings, this planner provides treatment planning components for 35 serious adult and adolescent behavioral disorders. Following the user-friendly format found in the bestselling The Complete Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, it helps to prevent treatment plan rejection by insurers and HMOs, and brings heightened focus to the treatment process.

Provides behavioral definitions, long- and short-term goals and objectives, therapeutic interventions, and DSM-IV diagnoses for serious mental disorders in adults and adolescents
  • Organized by 35 major presenting problems and containing more than 1,000 polished treatment plan components
  • Designed for quick reference—treatment plan components can be created from behavioral problem or DSM-IV diagnosis
  • Features a workbook format that offers plenty of space to record customized goals, objectives, and interventions
  • Provides a thorough introduction to treatment planning, plus a sample plan that can be emulated in writing plans that meet all requirements of third-party payers and accrediting agencies, including the JCAHO.

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Anger Management.


Chemical Dependence.



Eating Disorder.

Impulse-Control Disorder.

Mania or Hypomania.

Paranoid Ideation.


Suicidal Ideation.



Chemical Dependence.

Conduct Disorder/Delinquency.


Eating Disorder.

Suicidal Ideation.