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Norris Family Treatment Plan Discussion Paper
? ***** this is a follow-up assignment from the Module 2 course project (Intake and Assessment Notes) assignment that you completed 10 days ago, and the Module 4 course project (case notes/client interaction notes) assignment.?
This week you will submit the Treatment Plan.
For this assignment you want to reread the client case study presented on the Course Project Introduction page located in Module 01. You will also want to review your Intake and Assessment Notes for details needed for this section.
Your treatment plan should include the following:
Summary of the professional’s conclusions related to the client including the reason for referral and highlights of the assessment
Definition of the problem discussed in terms of those that are immediate, underlying, and working or long-term
Recommendations for a plan of action, including goals that have been agreed upon with the client along with suggested times for follow-up
Your treatment plan goals need to be measurable and labeled as short-term or long-term. They should connect together to achieve an ultimate action. For example, you might work with a client whose final goal is to resume shared custody of his child. This is clearly a long-term initiative that will require steps for completion. Perhaps the client needs to find safer housing and maintain stable employment. These would be considered two short-term goals to help meet the long-term one. Each part of the overall goal should be broken down into smaller, more manageable pieces.
Each goal should consist of the following:
A measurable action labeled as short-term or long-term
Specific actions necessary to meet the goal
Possible resources available to carry out the goal
Projected dates to complete the action
Additional parties that might be needed to help complete the goal
To review a sample Treatment Plan, click here.
Please note that Human Services organizations typically have their own forms related to treatment plan documentation, but the general information is the same.