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Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment Planning in Clinical Social Work
 
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Video provides a discussion of Rapport Building, Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment Planning in Clinical Social Work.
Views: 5681 George Jacinto
Assessment: An Ongoing Process in Psychotherapy and Clinical Social Work
 
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This video looks at the ongoing assessment process from the first sessions that lead to the diagnosis and treatment plans, to the middle work in therapy, and assessment concerns regarding the termination phase of treatment.
Views: 633 George Jacinto
A Clinical Social Work Intervention
 
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Marisa de Mireille, a recent graduate of a program in Social Work, discusses an intervention that she led with a client. A typical intervention with a client involves several meetings to assess the client's situation, to discuss a diagnosis, to agree on a treatment plan, and to go forward with the treatment sessions to try to bring about the desired changes. Confidentiality is a key to the intervention: the Clinical Social Worker is skilled in establishing a therapeutic alliance with the client in order to build the trust that is needed for the client to disclose personal information; the Clinical Social Worker has knowledge of many different theories related to mental health, problems, and disorders. The Clinical Social Worker usually selects the one theory that seems most appropriate to the unique situation of the client, and uses it to guide their progress together. Please note that we have preserved strict confidentiality about the client's identity, the name of the agency, and the state in which the intervention was conducted.
Views: 4421 ClinicalSocialWorker
Social Work Initial Assessment With a Client
 
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Client has a history with CPS and her children have been removed from the home due to non-compliance. This is the first encounter with her new social worker, of whom the case has been transferred to from intensive in home social workers to the foster care workers.
Views: 59902 Jerri Pitre
[ASMR] Skin Assessment and Treatment Plan Roleplay
 
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In this personal attention filled ASMR roleplay I will give you a thorough skin assessment and then create a personalized treatment plan to make sure that your skin is being taken care of. Enjoy face touching, personal attention, tapping, hand sounds, soapy bubbles, and soft speaking. My other ASMR Channel (3DIO Sound Triggers with No Talking): https://www.youtube.com/c/tingtinglesasmr ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ New uploads every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday! Be sure to come back often ^_^ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Thank you to my lovely Patrons: Hrannar, Jeb, Iris, Matt, Nolan, Ben, Claude, Kymberly and Cesar! ~~~Support The Channel~~~ Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/tingting Wishlist: http://a.co/9qgDCxD ~~~Social Media~~~ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tingting57live Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tingting57live Twitter: https://twitter.com/tingting57live
Views: 177903 Tingting ASMR
Treatment Planning in Counseling - Setting a Goal and Corresponding Objectives
 
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This video features a counseling role-play in which treatment planning in counseling is demonstrated. The treatment planning includes setting a goal and the corresponding objectives.
Views: 9201 Todd Grande
Intake and Assessment Role-Play Part 1 - Referral and Presenting Problems
 
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This video is part one of an intake and assessment (clinical interview) role-play of a counseling client (played by an actress) who is having symptoms of anger, substance use, and inflexible thinking. In this section, data about the referral and presenting problems are collected.
Views: 21344 Todd Grande
Social Work Tech Video 5 - Self-Care Plan
 
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The Social Work Tech guy shows off his self-care plan! Follow-along and download your own at socialworktechblog.com . Originally uploaded by socialworktechblog on May 25, 2011
Views: 16598 SocialWorkTech
SOAP Note Writing Tips for Mental Health Counselors
 
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GET SOAP NOTES CLICK HERE: http://www.soapnoteexample.com/ Hi I’m Jean LeStourgeon and I create forms and other tools that make mental health counselors work easier.. By the end of this brief presentation on SOAP Note Writing tips you will take away these three things: The #1 thing to remember when writing SOAP Notes A common mistake counselors make in writing notes How to help keep yourself out of legal trouble Before we begin you should know that forms do not have be a necessary evil. They can and should be a dynamic guide that leads you and your clients successfully through the therapeutic process. These SOAP note tips will help you to really appreciate the need for a quality SOAP Note form. Well let’s get started…The #1 thing to remember when sitting down to write your SOAP notes is who is your audience. Ask yourself, “Who will be reading this note?” “Who is the audience?” A SOAP Note becomes part of the client’s chart, which is the medical record. The therapist may keep therapy notes a part from the chart, but the SOAP note we are talking about today is part of the record which means it could potentially be viewed now or in the future by: The client, other professionals working with client, a judge or attorney A very common mistake counselors make is not using a concise format when writing their notes and not being intimately familiar enough with the SOAP format to remain ethically, legally and professionally above board. Here’s a take away: Frequently review tips on how to write a good SOAP note. I don’t know about you but I always had trouble remembering what the acronym stands for and means. Let’s quickly review what SOAP stands for and I’ll give you a simple example to help you understand and remember the meaning of each letter: Remember the S stands for subjective. Subjective data are typically things the client reported to you, “I am feeling very tired today and had trouble getting out of bed.” Subjective refers to data that are more like opinion. Statements colored by perceptions, feelings and experiences. The O stands for Objective. Things you the therapist observed about the client. Objective data is measurable and observable. The client kept closing their eyes and their head was nodding. Medication was increased 1 week prior. The A refers to Assessment. Your professional assessment based on what was reported and what you observed in the session, “Client appears to be over medicated.” The P refers to the Plan. The plan is the action you and the client will take. In this case call a family member to drive client home. Contact the clients MD immediately to discuss symptoms and plan. Can you see how using and being familiar with the SOAP format will help you stay focused on what is important? Here’s another take away tip: Before each session review your SOAP from the previous session. During the session review the key points from your note with your client. By doing this the SOAP format drives the treatment forward. You can also see how using your SOAP note format provides the therapist and your client with accountability – by sticking to the SOAP format you will rest assured you are keeping the sessions client focused, remaining on top of important aspects of treatment and collaborating with your client to ensure they seeing the progress they hoped for. Because many therapists do not ever get their charts subpoenaed, don’t work with adjunct professionals who need access to their records and rarely have a client who asks for a copy they get lax about asking the question to themselves each and every time they sit down to do a SOAP note “Who am I writing the note for…I am writing this for the medical record. Ask yourself, if another professional read this SOAP note would they get a clear picture of the client’s symptoms, problems, assessment and plan of action? If the record is subpoenaed is it going to protect the client and the therapist because it is clear, consistent, accurate and measurable. I am sure you can see at this point how having a good quality SOAP note with check boxes and prompts to remind you to address things like risk assessment, medication management, mental status, assessment and plan will all help to keep you professionally ethical and legally above board. Always ask yourself, “Who am I writing this SOAP note for?” Consider who could potentially have access to or read the notes in the future A good quality SOAP note guides you through the note writing process.
Views: 20152 Counseling Forms
Biopsychosocial Assessment
 
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Biopsychosocial Assessment
Views: 17479 Darryl Silva
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers
 
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Mental Health and Substance Abuse Social Workers assess and formulate treatment plans for individuals suffering from mental health problems or substance abuse. Take an inside look at this career in the attached video!
Soap Note Examples for Mental Health Counselors
 
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Soap Note Example CLICK HERE ►► http://www.soapnoteexample.com/ Hi I’m Jean LeStourgeon and I create forms and other tools that make mental health counselors work easier. By the end of this brief presentation on SOAP Note examples you will take away these three things: Understand the SOAP acronym View a practical example See how a quality SOAP note does half the work for you Before we begin you should know that forms do not have be a necessary evil. Quality forms serve as a guide that effortlessly leads you and your clients through the therapeutic process. You’ll see exactly what I mean as we go through a SOAP Note example in just a few moments. But first a reminder of what SOAP stands for S. Subjective: this is referring to what client tells you: This would include symptoms, current stressors, and motivation level: what they are most interested in resolving or working on. Use words like “client reported…” The S, O, A and P should flow from one element of the note format to the next to create a meaningful conclusion in the assessment and plan. O. Objective data has to do with what the counselor observed about the client in the session. It should be documented in a measurable and observable way. The therapist may use words like “observed” in writing this section of the note…but keep in mind this is not your opinion – think measurable and observable. A. Assessment – this is the core of the note – this is where you as a clinician take what your client shares (the subjective data) and assimilate it with what you as a professional therapist observed and try to make sense out of it for the purpose of helping your client. P. Plan - is the action step both the counselor and the client are committing to. Plan can also include recommendations and referral information. Here is a take away tip – Schedule time after each session to at least begin your SOAP. it should take about 5 minutes to write your SOAP. One of the problems we counselors run into when writing our soap notes is not making the time to complete them soon after the session. Commit to finishing your notes by the end of each working day. Summary – SOAP stands for S= Subjective – this is your clients report, O stands for objective, this is largely the therapists measurable and observable observations, A stands for assessment, this is where you the therapist assimilate the S and O and finally the P or Plan which is the action steps you and your client will take. For tools and forms to make your job easier go to http://www.soapnoteexample.com/ or http://IntakeForms.net/ For more Counseling Forms tips subscribe to my Counseling Forms YouTube Channel
Views: 19967 Counseling Forms
What is CASE MANAGEMENT? Models in case management? Challenges in case management | Social Work
 
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Hi Guys, As you are aware, I am a social worker and in all my roles so far there has been a case management aspect to my role. Iin this video i share with you what case management is, the different models of case management and the challenges I have faced so far in being a case manager. I
Views: 20140 Jasmine Ama
How to Write SOAP Format for Mental Health Counselors
 
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CLICK HERE ►► http://www.soapnoteexample.com/ In this brief presentation on SOAP Note Format we will: Discuss the difference between Subjective and Objective data Show concrete examples of subjective and objective data Help you gain confidence using SOAP format SOAP is a very popular format MH therapists use to document important details from the clients session. Subjective data is what the client: States, reports, complains of, describes etc. this is the clients viewpoint. Examples of subjective data the clinician would record are: The client stated he is feeling much less depressed than when he began counseling The client reports she feels nauseas after taking her depression medication The client complained of feeling unmotivated to look for a job The client described having a loud argument with her husband and shared this often happens when they have been drinking alcohol. Client described feeling anxious and scared this morning while driving to therapy Take away tip: subjective data has to do with what the client shares, reports, describes or otherwise expresses. It’s not always easy to determine what is subjective and what is objective, one way to look at it is the objective data is the therapist’s observable and measureable and factual contribution. Examples of objective data the clinician would record are: Objective data should focus in on: Mental health and mood status Motivation Behavior Physical health Emotions Level of functioning Personality issues In other words many of the same criteria used in your DSM V diagnosis For example the clinician might write: Client was motivated to accomplish goals as evidenced by completion of homework assignment Client wrung hands throughout session Client was experiencing a headache during the session Client’s emotions were labile – he swung from inappropriate laughing to crying. Take away tip: Remember the Objective data is mainly measurable and observable. The Assessment is where the therapist brings it all together and expresses his thoughts about what is going on with the client, based on the S and the O. Some therapist also use this space to update the DSM diagnosis or to Rule out or rule in a diagnosis. In any case, if there is a formal diagnosis the assessment should certainly tie into the formal diagnosis. If one is using formal DSM diagnoses there must be enough evidence in the client assessment to support the diagnoses. Also, in focusing on the assessment portion of the clinical note will help the therapist to keep track of and record any mental health criteria changes. When writing the assessment it is a good time to ask yourself if the client still meets the diagnostic criteria. Does the data support the diagnosis. The assessment should focus on those criteria that contribute to understanding the problem better and/or reaching an appropriate and accurate diagnosis. For example the clinician might write under assessment: Client continues to experience depression NOS Client has occupational and family stressors Client expressing inappropriate anger Client exceptionally fearful of being abandoned Client test results showed hypothyroidism Take away tip: Remember the Assessment is where you make sense of and assimilate the subjective and objective data. The Plan essentially is the action steps and/or the clinical interventions. It is presumably the plan and clinical interventions that drive treatment forward and encourage the client to meet their goals and objectives. Under the Plan section of the SOAP the therapist might write things like: That both the client and counselor are committed to doing, i.e. the client rescheduled for following week Plus interventions: The client is committed to attending the domestic violence support group Therapist will continue EMDR and biblio-therapy Next session therapist will use guided meditation and assist client in learning relaxation skills. Other interventions such as nutritional, medical or physical fitness interventions and the like that contribute to the clients therapeutic goals and objectives should be noted. Take away tip: Remember the Plan is essentially a record of the action you and your client are committed to taking. In Summary, remember to review SOAP note format tips regularly. The more confidant you are in how to document your sessions, the easier and more enjoyable this part of your job will be. Plus and most importantly the SOAP format will help you to stay focused on what is therapeutically important. For tools and forms to make your job easier go to http://www.soapnoteexample.com/ or http://IntakeForms.net/ or click the link in the description below this video. For more Counseling Forms tips subscribe to my Counseling Forms YouTube Channel
Views: 7310 Counseling Forms
Counseling Intake Report Writing
 
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This video describes how to write a counseling intake report including components such as presenting problem, biopsychosocial history, cultural background, behavioral observations, risk assessment, diagnosis, case conceptualization, treatment goals, and treatment planning.
Views: 5781 Todd Grande
Treatment Planning
 
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Crisis Assessment
 
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Counseling Assessment
 
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Counseling assessment process
Views: 1044 Dr. Russ Curtis
Challenges and Rewards of a culturally-informed approach to mental health | Jessica Dere | TEDxUTSC
 
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Dr. Jessica Dere explains how culture makes a difference when thinking about mental health and mental illness. Across mental health research, clinical care and teaching, there are profound rewards to be had by truly understanding individuals in context. Dr. Jessica Dere is a clinical lecturer in the Department of Psychology and the Graduate Department of Psychological Clinical Science at UTSC. She obtained her Ph.D in Clinical Psychology from Concordia University in 2012, and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in the Social Aetiology of Mental Illness (SAMI) training program at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). Her research interests include the role of cultural factors in emotional processes and cultural variations in symptom presentation of depression and anxiety. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Views: 35695 TEDx Talks
Suicide Risk Assessment Key Ideas to Consider
 
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Videos are included in a graduate class in the use of theories in clinical social work practice .
Views: 285 George Jacinto
Progress Note
 
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Online lecture on mental health progress notes based on Diane Gehart's Mastering Competencies in Family Therapy (Second edition; Cengage). More free resources on http://www.masteringcompetencies.com and http://www.dianegehart.com.
Views: 32389 Diane R. Gehart, Ph.D.
What is social work? Services for older people
 
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What is the video about? This film focuses on the very rewarding, diverse but complex role of a social workers working in an adult’s services team. The film looks at the complexity of cases ranging from care planning to mental capacity assessments and decisions that need to be made in the context of each individual case to achieve best outcomes for people who use services and their carers. The film also looks at the routes into social work. Messages for practice Working with people who use social services and their carers is key to achieving best outcomes. Retaining independence is an outcome that can be achieved through effective working with individuals and their families. Who will find this useful? Social workers; social work students; lecturers for use with students; people who use adult social work services; anyone with an interest in social work.
Assessment of Mental Health & Addiction Issues | Counselor Toolbox Episode 110
 
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CBT for PTSD: Example of how grounding techniques can be used in therapy
 
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Case study example for use in teaching, aiming to demonstrate how grounding techniques might be used in CBT for PTSD disorder. Catherine Corker, qualified CBT practitioner, demonstrates the grounding techniques. The character of Sarah is played by an actor (Catriona Burke), but the scene is not scripted, and as such it represents a natural therapeutic exchange. The video was filmed and produced by Ishan Siddiqui and Christopher Werrett.
Views: 38734 Judith Johnson
Integrating Behavioral Health Interventions to Improve HIV/AIDS Care
 
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The Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program (RWHAP) is a leader in HIV treatment and care in the United States. RWHAP provides a comprehensive system of HIV primary care, medications, and essential support services and serves more than half a million people living with HIV infection (PLWH), filling gaps and addressing structural deficiencies that create disparities in access to and retention in HIV care. Viral load levels are not the sole metric of a PLWH’s health: Adhering to the antiretroviral treatment (ART) that suppresses HIV and maintaining a healthy lifestyle both are critical to managing the disease. Behavioral health conditions, such as mental health and substance use disorders, can impede these HIV treatment strategies. This video highlights the heart of RWHAP’s integrated care system: behavioral health services addressing mental health and substance use disorders. This video also showcases the importance of integrated health care in improving health outcomes and quality of life and reducing health disparities among PLWH.
Views: 339 HRSAtube
Case study clinical example CBT: First session with a client with symptoms of depression (CBT model)
 
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Case study example for use in teaching, aiming to demonstrate some of the triggers, thoughts, feelings and responses linked with problematic low mood. This section here represents the first 14 minutes of an initial therapy session, but in order to try and outline the vicious cycle, it moves faster than an average session might. The video features an actor playing the character of Lucy, but the dialogue is not scripted, and as such represents a natural therapeutic exchange. I myself am a qualified Clinical Psychologist, but would definitely not suggest that this is a perfect example of therapy! This video was produced as a collaboration between the University of Leeds and Leeds Trinity University (Ricardo Barker).
Views: 337786 Judith Johnson
Introduction to Risk Assessment
 
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This video is an introduction to the techniques of risk assessment when working with women and children experiencing violence. It should be used in conjunction with the Introduction to Safety Planning and the Risk Assessment Frameworks.
Views: 3367 1800RESPECT
Case study clinical example: First session with a client with symptoms of social anxiety (CBT model)
 
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Case study example for use in teaching, aiming to demonstrate some of the triggers, thoughts, feelings and responses linked with problematic social anxiety. This section here represents the first 12 minutes of an initial therapy session, but in order to try and outline the vicious cycle, it moves faster than an average session might. The video features an actor (Malak El-Gonemy) playing the character of Hannah, but the dialogue is not scripted, and as such represents a natural therapeutic exchange. I myself am a qualified Clinical Psychologist, but would definitely not suggest that this is a perfect example of therapy! This video was produced as a collaboration between the University of Leeds and Leeds Trinity University (Ricardo Barker).
Views: 172782 Judith Johnson
Social Work Intervention
 
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SWK 600- Introduction
Views: 18 Ashley Staten
Case Management - Initial Assessment
 
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Intake Assignment
Views: 11370 Brit Dufour
Episode 25: Assessment, Management, & Treatment of Suicidal Patients
 
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Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the United States and the most frequent crisis encountered by mental health professionals. This home study reviews basic information about the assessment, management, and treatment of patients at risk to die from suicide. It fulfills Act 74 requirements for Pennsylvania licensed psychologists, social workers, marriage and family therapists, and professional counselors. Disclaimer As an educational program, this podcast/video does not purport to provide clinical or legal advice on any particular patient. Listeners or viewers with concerns about the assessment, management, or treatment of any patient are urged to seek clinical or legal advice. Also, individual psychotherapists need to use their clinical judgment with their patients and incorporate procedures or techniques not covered in this podcast/video, or modify or omit certain recommendations herein because of the unique needs of their patients. This one-hour video/podcast provides a basic introduction to the assessment, management, and treatment of patients at risk to die from a suicide attempt. This podcast/video may be a useful refresher course for experienced clinicians. However, listeners/viewers should not assume that the completion of this course will, in and of itself, make them qualified to assess or treat individuals who are at risk to die from suicide. For those who do not have formal training in suicide, this podcast/video should be seen as providing an introduction or exposure to the professional literature on this topic. In addition, the Pennsylvania Psychological Association will be offering a three (3) hour expanded home study on suicide and more specialized home studies dealing with suicide in children and adolescents, and suicide with older adults. Proficiency in dealing with suicidal patients, like proficiency in other areas of professional practice, is best achieved through an organized sequence of study including mastery of a basic foundation of knowledge and attitudes, and supervision. It is impossible to give a fixed number of hours of continuing education and supervision that professionals need to have before they can be considered proficient in assessing, managing, and treating suicidal patients. Much depends on their existing knowledge base and overall level of clinical skill. It would be indicated to look at competency standards from noted authorities, such as those developed by the American Association of Suicidology ( http://www.sprc.org/training-events/amsr), by David Rudd and his associates (Rudd et al., 2008), or Cramer et al. (2014). Link to CE credit pending.
Views: 653 John Gavazzi
Motivational Interviewing - Good Example - Alan Lyme
 
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Interview B. Alan Lyme, LCSW, ICADC, ICCS, MINT, is the Clinical Supervisor for the Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment (SBIRT) grant program at the Medical Center of Central Georgia. Alan has provided trainings nationally on Motivational Interviewing, Clinical Supervision, and Skills on Working with Men. He is co-author of the book. "Game-Plan: A Man's Guide to Emotional Fitness", 2013, published by Central Recovery Press. Alan received a Bachelor's Degree in Social Work from Florida Atlantic University in 1998 and a Master's Degree in Social Work from Barry University in 1999. Alan is a MINT (Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers) recognized MI trainer, an Internationally Certified Clinical Supervisor, and an Internationally Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor.
Views: 293276 TheIRETAchannel
Leaders in the Mental Health Care of Seniors
 
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www.spchealth.com Senior PsychCare, in affiliation with Senior Psychological Care (SPC), is a leader in innovative care for age-related problems in Texas nursing homes and assisted living facilities. It is our pledge to provide compassionate service, care, and treatment for the emotional, social, and psychological well-being of the elderly, their families, and caregivers. We provide services in and around Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, and Austin, Texas. Our Approach SPC utilizes a fully-integrated behavioral health care model, consistent with Best Practice and the five components of Geriatric Psychiatric Services, which include the following: A multi-disciplinary team approach Specific geriatric expertise and competence resulting in early diagnosis and treatment which can prevent, control, minimize, and even reverse the number of medical problems that can arise in elderly persons, resulting in disturbed behavior and deterioration. Individualized assessment and treatment planning, with routine follow up using standardized outcome measures. Collaborative treatment planning between the psychiatric team and the nursing facility staff A strong educational component. We provide integrated behavioral health care by using a team of dedicated professionals, including Psychiatrists, Family Practice and Internal Medicine Physicians (with interest in Geriatrics), Licensed Psychologists, Nurse Practitioners, Physician's Assistants, Licensed Clinical Social Workers, and Licensed Professional Counselors who have expertise and experience in Geriatrics. All SPC professionals complete a Geriatric training program to ensure they are ready and able to meet the specific needs of the long-term care population. Services Provided Psychiatric Services: Psychiatric evaluation and ongoing psychotropic medication management Psychotherapy Services: Individual therapy, family therapy and group therapy Behavioral Rounds: Fully integrated, interdisciplinary care plan meetings with specific focus given to the reduction of psychotropic medications and behavioral problems, as well as the resident's progress toward treatment goals. Transition of Care: SPC focuses on coordination and continuity of care, facilitates resident adjustment to the nursing home, and utilizes ongoing clinical treatment and management, with the active engagement of residents, family, and nursing home staff, which can reduce hospital readmission and noncompliance with care. Assessment and Evaluation: SPC can assist the nursing home in screening patients for a wide variety of behavioral health problems and provide psychological and neuropsychological evaluations, as well as competency assessments. Staff and Community Education: In-services tailored to meet the needs of each nursing home are provided upon request.
Views: 893 SPC Health
Bipolar disorder (depression & mania) - causes, symptoms, treatment & pathology
 
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What is bipolar disorder? Bipolar disorder, sometimes known as manic depression, is a type of mental disorder where people experience periods of extreme lows, known as depression, as well as periods of extreme highs, or manic episodes. Find more videos at http://osms.it/more. Hundreds of thousands of current & future clinicians learn by Osmosis. We have unparalleled tools and materials to prepare you to succeed in school, on board exams, and as a future clinician. Sign up for a free trial at http://osms.it/more. Subscribe to our Youtube channel at http://osms.it/subscribe. Get early access to our upcoming video releases, practice questions, giveaways, and more when you follow us on social media: Facebook: http://osms.it/facebook Twitter: http://osms.it/twitter Instagram: http://osms.it/instagram Our Vision: Everyone who cares for someone will learn by Osmosis. Our Mission: To empower the world’s clinicians and caregivers with the best learning experience possible. Learn more here: http://osms.it/mission Medical disclaimer: Knowledge Diffusion Inc (DBA Osmosis) does not provide medical advice. Osmosis and the content available on Osmosis's properties (Osmosis.org, YouTube, and other channels) do not provide a diagnosis or other recommendation for treatment and are not a substitute for the professional judgment of a healthcare professional in diagnosis and treatment of any person or animal. The determination of the need for medical services and the types of healthcare to be provided to a patient are decisions that should be made only by a physician or other licensed health care provider. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you have regarding a medical condition.
Views: 382219 Osmosis
Crisis Intervention Assessment
 
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Maia's Asssessment
Views: 95 Melynda Neil
client treatment plan 8CCD826A A41F 440D A607 208387E81BCB
 
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client treatment plan for assessment 1 clinical case studies
Views: 29 Sarah Lees-Barton
Traetment Planning, Mastering Competencies in Family Therapy
 
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This video is a lecture on treatment planning based on Mastering Competencies in Family Therapy (1st ed.) by Diane Gehart (published by Cengage). You can download forms from www.masteringcompetencies.com
Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) - causes, symptoms & treatment
 
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What is generalized anxiety disorder? Generalized anxiety disorder—sometimes shortened to GAD—is a condition characterized by excessive, persistent and unreasonable amounts of anxiety and worry regarding everyday things. Find more videos at http://osms.it/more. Hundreds of thousands of current & future clinicians learn by Osmosis. We have unparalleled tools and materials to prepare you to succeed in school, on board exams, and as a future clinician. Sign up for a free trial at http://osms.it/more. Subscribe to our Youtube channel at http://osms.it/subscribe. Get early access to our upcoming video releases, practice questions, giveaways, and more when you follow us on social media: Facebook: http://osms.it/facebook Twitter: http://osms.it/twitter Instagram: http://osms.it/instagram Our Vision: Everyone who cares for someone will learn by Osmosis. Our Mission: To empower the world’s clinicians and caregivers with the best learning experience possible. Learn more here: http://osms.it/mission Medical disclaimer: Knowledge Diffusion Inc (DBA Osmosis) does not provide medical advice. Osmosis and the content available on Osmosis's properties (Osmosis.org, YouTube, and other channels) do not provide a diagnosis or other recommendation for treatment and are not a substitute for the professional judgment of a healthcare professional in diagnosis and treatment of any person or animal. The determination of the need for medical services and the types of healthcare to be provided to a patient are decisions that should be made only by a physician or other licensed health care provider. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you have regarding a medical condition.
Views: 304959 Osmosis
Relapse Prevention - February 2017
 
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“Relapse Prevention” was presented on February 28, 2017, by Erik Anderson LMSW, CAADC, University of Michigan Counseling and Psychological Services. Substance addiction has been identified as an illness that requires long-term management. Relapse is a process that begins before alcohol/other drug use is resumed and is usually preceded by a pattern of progressive warning signs. Understanding the relapse process helps recovering people develop an effective plan to identify and prevent relapse. This program will discuss the dynamics of relapse, factors that contribute to relapse, signs that may forewarn of relapse, how to develop a relapse prevention plan and creative, effective strategies to handle both every-day and high-risk situations. This presentation is part of the Dawn Farm Education Series, a free, annual education series developed to provide accurate, helpful, hopeful, practical, current information about chemical dependency, recovery, family and related issues. The Education Series is organized by Dawn Farm, a non-profit community of programs providing a continuum of chemical dependency services. For information, please see http://www.dawnfarm.org/programs/education-series. About the presenter: Erik Anderson, LMSW, CAADC Erik earned his Master of Social Work from Wayne State University in 2013 with an emphasis on cognitive-behavioral interpersonal practice, and his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Michigan. Erik worked as an Outpatient Therapist at Dawn Farm from 2013 to 2016. He currently works with the University of Michigan Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) as an Adjunct Embedded Counselor for the College of Engineering. Erik is also an instructor at Eastern Michigan University School of Social work where he teaches classes on interpersonal social work practice. Erik is a Subject Master Expert for the IC&RC (INTERNATIONAL CERTIFICATION & RECIPROCITY CONSORTIUM) where he develops test questions for the Advanced Alcohol and Drug Counselor Certification Exam. Erik’s professional interests include: Trauma Substance Use Relapse Prevention Anxiety Perfectionism/Inner Critic Spirituality/Meaning Positive Psychology/Performance Enhancement Grief and Loss Stress Management Erik’s approach to therapy is integrative, and utilizes elements of third wave CBT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy & Dialectical Behavior Therapy), as well as EMDR, Internal Family Systems, and insight oriented talk therapy in hopes of providing a personalized therapeutic experience for each person’s needs and background. Erik enjoys having an active gratitude practice; connecting with a larger community; enjoying time with family, friends and his dog; making time for contemplative practices; being of service to others; and listening to books and music.
Views: 1173 Dawn Farm
Person-centred care made simple
 
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This animation is a quick overview of person-centred care, exploring what it is and why it’s important. It can be used as a companion to our publication 'Person-centred care made simple' or on its own. The animation is for anyone interested in health care, including health care professionals and those who use their services.
Views: 46214 The Health Foundation
Do This, Not That! Providing Care for Medical Patients with Psychiatric Issues: Hallucinations
 
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Hallucinations can sometimes get in the way of medical care. This video provides an understanding of what hallucinating patients experience, and things health care workers can do to manage the symptoms and feel more confident in providing quality care.
Views: 8644 BJC HealthCare
How to conduct a 1st Counseling Session: Treatment Fit
 
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Treatment fit article: http://tpcjournal.nbcc.org/treatment-fit-a-description-and-demonstration-via-video-of-a-brief-and-functional-treatment-fit-model/ Mindfulness, forgiveness, gratitude: read our most recent publication at http://www.journalofhappiness.net/article/effects-of-an-online-positive-psychotherapy-class-on-future-counselors-consensual-qualitative-research http://www.thecounselingacademy.com Russ Curtis, PhD, LPC demonstrates a 1st session needs-assessment. For the free article explaining the rationale and process of treatment fit see: http://tpcjournal.nbcc.org/treatment-fit-a-description-and-demonstration-via-video-of-a-brief-and-functional-treatment-fit-model/ For more video with these two clinicians, see the instructional DVD and textbook about Integrated Care: http://www.routledgementalhealth.com/books/details/9780415891325/ Positive Psychology instructional DVD https://www.academicvideostore.com/video/positive-psychotherapy-helping-people-thrive Follow me on Twitter @RussCurtisPhD
Views: 381195 Dr. Russ Curtis
13  Models of Treatment Addiction Counselor Exam Review
 
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