Therapy needs to be dialed in and positives need to be given to his medication so he will start to get better and have less episodes.
Initial Case The intervention that was implemented was the invitation for the father to participate in the therapeutic sessions with his son and ex-wife. I explained the client’s recent behavior and the subsequent admittance to my agency. I clarified that the client’s behavior worsens after their divorce which is evidenced by the increased disciplinary infractions he received at school. The client also became more combatant and argumentative with his mother and siblings as reported by them. I proposed the idea of meeting for a family therapy session to uncover the cognitive reasons behind the
• The client is aware of her emotions and how they affect her relationship with her husband and children. Her awareness of her unstable mental health situation will be useful later when these emotions are addressed in counseling.
There are several ethical dilemmas that the mental health professionals that are working as a team will face including “ensuring that the client has given informed consent, maintaining client confidentiality, and involving professionals, paraprofessionals, and family in appropriate coordinated processes that benefit the client” (Paproski & Haverkamp, 2000, p.96).
The client?s wife asked him to seek help and made the appointment with a VA psychiatrist as well as myself (LCSW) and took him to his initial appointments.
will schedule an appointment to discuss and create a budget plan. Patient is currently free from all illicit drugs, which has helped her Adderall medication to be more beneficial. Primary Counselor will encourage Pt. to follow through with all mental health appointments. Counselor will prompt Pt. to develop a positive self-image. Pt. has denied having any auditory or visual hallucinations during the last quarter as evidenced by group and individual session notes. Pt. has had some setback in achieving her goals of decreasing her family conflicts and resolving intimate relationship issues. Counselor will encourage Pt. to attend the AMS parenting group and share her expectations regarding having a more functional family unit. During the next quarter therapy sessions, Counselor will utilize role-playing, role reversal, modeling, and behavioral rehearsal to assist Pt. in order to develop positive ways to resolve conflict with ex-husband. Pt.’s current treatment plan goals focus on opiate use disorder, financial, mental health services and parent-child relational problems. During the upcoming quarter, current goals will continue to be
Late Entry On 6/30/2016, CM met with the client to complete to Bi-Weekly ILP Review. In the meeting, client was dressed appropriately for the weather. She was very loquacious and client. Client appears to have difficulty sustaining attention, client does not seem to listen when spoken to directly and she is unable to follow through on tasks. Client affect is inappropriate and she denied suicidal or homicidal ideation.
Client reported since She met with the on-site psychiatrist on 10/28/2015 and psychiatric evaluation was completed. Client was diagnosed with Axis 1: Learning Disability & F81.9 (Primary), Alcohol use Disorder, moderate, in early remission, dependence – F10.21, Major Depression, single episode, in complete remission; F 32.5 rule out vs. complicated grief in remission and Dysomnia; G47.9. CM tries to refer client to mental counseling and substance abuse program. Client declines referral.
• Tools to access health care services • Tools to promote independence, increase self-dignity and self-worth • Tools to access helpers and use their services efficiently. • Case manager ability to identify client readiness for disengagement • Case manager needs to discuss disengaging with the patient or significant other and capacity to listen to their fears and or concerns.
D-The patient arrived to the clinic emotional and was advised to see this writer. According to the patient, she's upset about her DCF case, her supervised visit with her son that hasn't occurred yet, loss of employment, and owing $80. 00 for her rent. This writer provided support, validated the
I spoke with M. Mateo to reassure that her mental health concerns is a priority for the team at Gateway Foundation. I also share with her the importance of being in compliances with treatment while being hospitalize. That upon her discharge she is to immediately notified us so that she could return to back to the WHO’A treatment facility. She then ask if she could complete West Oaks substance abuse program I informed her that she was stipulated to treatment at WHO’A by her judge, therefore she would have to return back to the facility. Ms. Tubbs witness our conversation.
Client Sanchez has a very close bond with her family, and uses them as her support system. She will be going through the assessment process and interventions with the assistance of her daughter. This client has come into the office seeking help, empowerment and interventions in order to get control over her situation. This case study will go through her assessment,
(A) Describe the problems Consuela and the client’s family are having dealing with this situation -Consuela is not communicating effectively with Allie. -Consuela is not considering Allie’s feelings about transitioning. -The family and Allie are not collaborating effectively to facilitate care. -The staff is not setting boundaries with the client. -The relationship could be unhealthy, due to the client’s current mental status. (B) Discuss how it would be best to handle this, including the best outcome for the client.
G: Met with client for weekly case management and to address housing goals. I: CM met with client to inquire about updates relating to his housing goals. CM noticed client had a black eye and some swelling on the right side of his face. CM questioned client on what had
o Share with great care, the importance of protecting the client with the client. • Due to this client having schizoaffective disorder, PTSD and abandonment issues and has had no known incidents of recent alcohol or drug use;