Phase 3 IP FOLLOWUP

 

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Abstract

 

This paper adopts a treatment plan for a Centre for recovering addicts that will be used by doctors, psychiatrists/therapists, counselors as well as the clients to shape the focus of substance abuse recovery.  This treatment plan is meant to help the Centre faculty and their clients achieve positive recovery through purpose and direction in both inpatient and outpatient residential settings.

 

Proposed Treatment Plan

 

Treatment plans are meant to be collaborative as well as strength-based as they focus on reflecting the interests of the client in therapy. According to Nordenfelt (2016), these plans also ought to be exact representations of the therapeutic cooperation between clients being treated and the health professionals treating them. By following this proposed treatment plan, each client will receive a designed plan that will focus on their long- term recovery process that will, in turn, help in improving their overall health, emotional as well as physical well-being.

 

The facility will formulate proper procedures to screen, assess and correctly refer patients with addictions. It is the institution’s responsibility to identify clients with substance abuse disorders and make sure that they can be able to access the treatment and care necessary for every condition (Bourgeois, Lane, Shaw, and Young 2016). If the condition is beyond the capacity of the facility, it will be mandated that a referral is made to a suitable facility whether residential or community resource. Mechanisms for continuing consultation and collaboration will be put down so as to assure that each referral is appropriate for the treatment necessities of each patient.

 

There will be a psychiatrist on site who will assess and prescribe medication to patients. This has been proved to reduce substance use as well as improve treatment retention over the years. The psychiatrist will bring counseling services, medication as well as diagnostic tools directly to patients for the primary part of the treatment.  This will directly deal with the problems associated with offsite referrals which include distance, cost, separation of clinical services, adapting to different staff members as well as the issue of being looked at as an “addict.” It is very clear that hiring a full-time onsite psychiatrist is costly, but the program will come up with a model to have one for several hours a week. This will give a significant number of patients the chance to be seen. May of addiction patients have to use medication to stabilize their status as well as control their conditions. The onsite psychiatrist will be required to provide this medicine as well as make follow ups and medication adherence.

 

A program for psycho-educational classes will be formulated. This type of classes will increase the patients’ awareness of their particular conditions in a positive and safe environment (Riggar and Maki, 2017).  These classes will include mental disorder classes for patients with substance abuse disorders.  Information will be presented in the form of facts as presented in sexually transmitted diseases classes.  Synopses from other facilities that have been used and have not caused distress will be utilized.  Patients will also be trained on relapse prevention. A program will be designed to help patients identify “triggers” that can make the more vulnerable to substance abuse and assist them to develop alternative responses to such cues.

 

We will design groups both onsite and offsite to provide a discussion forum for patients with related problems so that participants are able to identify causes of relapse. Participants will be encouraged to converse and share rather than to act on these compulsions. These groups will also be used as a medium to monitor drug abuse, adherence to medication, psychiatric symptoms, and whether a patient is adhering to scheduled activities. The groups will as well be used as supportive tools where patients can share on coping skills as well as discuss mental health and medication.

 

In order to involve the patients in the design of the program, it will be necessary to elect a representative for the clients to discuss their concerns with staff members. We will also formulate a consumer advisory group as well as include past and present clients in coming up with the program. It will also be important to respond to client’s feedback respectfully and appropriately.  It will be very necessary to involve the clients in the whole process, and we will ensure that we provide incentives so that they can fully participate. All through this process and after the program commences, the clients will be regularly engaged in meetings as well as phone conferences.  Staff members will act as liaison officers to help coordinate meetings and provide a continuing link between the clients and the Centre entire faculty.

 

With this kind of plan to serve as the guideline to the treatment program, it can be concluded that the rehabilitation program will be effective as well as inclusive to each party involved. When this type of program is associated with the right personnel and the right infrastructure, then it can be used as a benchmark by many other substance abuse facilities. The program is flexible; therefore, it is open to future development and changes as this area is developing very fast with regards to treatment, client population, and technology.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

References

 

Bourgeois, R. M., Lane, N. J., Shaw, R. L., & Young, H. (2016). Rehabilitation Counselors’ Perceptions of Ethical Workplace Culture and the Influence on Ethical Behavior. Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, 55(4), 219-231.

 

Nordenfelt, L. (2016). On Concepts and Theories of Addiction. Philosophy, Psychiatry, And Psychology, 17(1), 27-30.

 

Riggar, T. F., & Maki, D. R. (2017). Handbook of rehabilitation counseling / T.F. Riggar, Dennis R. Maki, editors. New York : Springer Pub. Co., c2017.

 

ASSIGNMENT DETAILS:

What will the plan look like? Give a description a sample to help convince the managers  Please review APA guidelines on title page creation page breaks and so forth What information will it include, and how will you engage the client in developing his or her plan to ensure a higher rate of success?  Not a lot of detail about the communication with client about goals

 Put this in a formal proposal to be presented at the next meeting.

 

Make sure your proposal includes the following:

 Title page     Abstract         600–800 words of content Conclusion Convince other managers that your idea is sound and should be considered somewhat convinced References, including at least 2 scholarly sources dated within the last year good resources

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