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The Employee Assistance Treatment Planner

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Author: James M. Oher

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

Paperback:
ISBN 10: 047124709X
ISBN 13: 978-0471247098

Treatment plan components for 28 DSM-IVTM and behaviorally based problems that impact work performance.

A step-by-step guide to treatment planning

1000s of prewritten treatment goals, objectives, and interventions for work-related problems.

Handy workbook format with space to record your own treatment options

Over 100,000 PracticePlanners(TM) sold

Saves you hours of painstaking paperwork while offering optimum latitude in developing customized treatment plans for most problems encountered in employee assistance programs.

This valuable sourcebook supplies EAP counselors and mental health clinicians who work with employee assistance programs with all of the essential building blocks they need to quickly create focused, formal treatment plans that fully satisfy the demands of third-party payers, accrediting agencies, and state and federal review agencies. Following the same format as the bestselling The Complete Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, it is organized around 28 major presenting problems encountered in employee assistance programs, including chemical dependence, low self-esteem, career burnout, job loss, and more. Practical, progressive, and focused on problem-resolution, The Employee Assistance Treatment Planner features:
* 1,000s of well-crafted statements to choose from, describing behavioral manifestations, long- and short-term goals, and treatment options
* A sample plan that can be emulated in writing plans that meet all requirements of third-party payers and accrediting agencies, including the JCAHO
* A presenting problem list, including all relevant DSM-IV(TM) categories
* A quick-reference format that lets you locate treatment plan components by behavioral problem or DSM-IV diagnosis
* Large workbook-style pages affording plenty of space to record your own customized goals, objectives, and interventions.