Intervention Methods. Methods Proposed To Achieve The Program’S

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Intervention Methods Methods Proposed to achieve the Program’s Results The CSH programs follow protocols and procedures when interacting with patients in the in-patient facility. A well-rounded approach is used connecting the person and the environment in order to provide a safe standard of care for the patients. The philosophy of the Chronic pain program is to promote the wellness of adolescents and young adults with chronic pain by teaching strategies to manage pain and encourage functional activity. Principles of Practice The most notable principle of practice of the programs at CSH is dignity and self worth of every person. Children who live with various medical and psychological conditions have the right to meet their full…show more content…
Treatments plans Family-Centered Approach (FCA) and incorporate Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), an approach that is provided through psychotherapy, behavior therapy, parent counseling, family therapy, group therapy, occupational therapy, speech/language therapy or a combination of these methods. The combination of therapies approach promotes functional independence and enhance the mental health for children who is dealing with effects of disease, injury, birth anomalies, disability, or developmental problems. In a systematic review and meta-analysis of research data focused on parent and family-based interventions for children and adolescents with chronic pain conditions, the researchers Law, Fisher, Fales, Noel, and Eccleston, et. al. (2014, p. 881) noted “that parent and family-based psychological therapies produce an improvement in parent behavior at post-treatment and follow-up, and PST in particular is promising for improving parent behavior and parent mental health”. Also in another systematic review and meta-analysis of psychological therapies for children with chronic pain, the team, Fisher, Heathcote, Palermo, Williams, Lay, and Eccleston, (2014, p. 778) show “psychological therapies are effective at reducing pain symptoms for children and adolescents with chronic pain immediately after treatment. Psychological therapies are also effective at improving disability and depressive symptoms for some pain

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