Treatment Planning for Person-Centered Care
Shared Decision Making for Whole HealthBy
- Neal Adams
- Diane Grieder
Treatment Planning for Person-Centered Care, second edition, guides therapists in how to engage clients in building and enacting collaborative treatment plans that result in better outcomes. Suitable as a reference tool and a text for training programs, the book provides practical guidance on how to organize and conduct the recovery plan meeting, prepare and engage individuals in the treatment planning process, help with goal setting, use the plan in daily practice, and evaluate and improve the results. Case examples throughout help clarify information applied in practice, and sample documents illustrate assessment, objective planning, and program evaluation.
Mental health, addictions and developmental disabilities clinicians; Social workers; Psychologists; Psychiatrists; Students (pre-degree and post-degree); Psychiatric Nurses; Family therapists; Occupational/recreational and other rehabilitation therapists; Utilization review specialists.
Hardbound, 290 Pages
Published: November 2013
Imprint: Academic Press
"The 2nd edition of Adams/Grieder
Treatment Planning for Person-Centered Careretains the excellent content and voice that has made the first edition an important contribution to clinical service delivery. The new edition offers an outstanding revision of the opening chapter to explain the new policy context for person-centered care, particularly addressing changes in thinking about recovery and in practice due the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and the introduction of the DSM 5."
- Howard H Goldman, M.D. Ph.D., Director of the Behavioral Health Systems Improvement Collaborative, University of Maryland School of Medicine "Easy to read book that explains both the "why" and the "how" of patient centered planning. Adams and Grieder, long time experts in the treatment of people with serious mental illness, connect the timeless concepts of shared decision making and patient centered treatment to the future of health care. Parity and the Affordable Care Act makes treatment more accessible, this book helps to ensure treatment is effective."
- Linda Rosenberg, President and CEO, National Council for Behavioral Health âThis new edition of
Person Centered Planningprovides an update and upgrade to what was already an essential read for people associated with systems transformation in behavioral health care. New material related to the impact of the Accountable Care Act and parity legislation give it even more relevance for these processes. Adams and Grieder provide a blueprint for what person centered care could and should be as we move into the future. Improved case examples that are referenced throughout the text illustrate the major principles developed in the book and allow readers to translate theory to practice more easily. Overall, this edition represents a significant elaboration of the original which makes it well worth reading, even for those who have already enjoyed the first edition.â
- Wesley Sowers, MD, Director, Center for Public Service Psychiatry, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic "The 2nd edition of
Treatment Planning for Person-Centered Careis required reading for every healthcare practitioner. Neal and Diane offer a practical path to revolutionalize the way individuals and families are engaged in healthcare. The revised edition offers even more concrete guidance for goal setting, assessment and integrated formulation and makes it possible for every practitioner in this new era of healthcare to gain mastery in the art of person-centered treatment planning. We can finally expect this standard in our own healthcare and point to a book that makes it clear."
- Chacku Mathai, Associate Executive Director, New York Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services
SECTION I - Land of Opportunity
1 The Healthcare Landscape
SECTION II - Getting Started
3 Understanding Needs: The Integrated Summary
SECTION III - On the Road
4 Setting Goals
5 Focusing on Change: Identifying Barriers and Specifying Objectives
SECTION IV - Journey's End: The Destination
7 Evaluating the Process