CCMH 548 Week 6 Assignment: Final Case Conceptualization and Treatment Plan
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The purpose of this assignment is to prepare you for the process of case conceptualization and treatment planning. In order to be an effective professional counselor, you will need the skills to review and organize a broad array of information as it relates to an overarching clinical picture of your client’s presenting problem. Through the review, organization, and determination of relevant information, you will be able to formulate appropriate treatment plans. To prepare for this assignment, review the directions and then complete the following steps:
Review the Clinical Case Studies journal, located in the SAGE Journals resource in this week’s Electronic Reserve Readings.
Select a case study of a disorder that was presented in this course that interests you.
Complete the Biopsychosocial Assessment form, located on the College of Social Sciences Resources page under the Program Forms heading, based on your chosen case. Include the following in your Biopsychosocial Assessment form:
Research common treatment goals and strategies for the diagnosed disorder that align with the theory used in your case conceptualization.
Complete the Treatment Plan form, located on the College of Social Sciences Resources page under the Program Forms heading, based on the research you have completed. Include the following in your Treatment Plan form:
Format any citations within your Biopsychosocial Assessment and Treatment Plan forms according to appropriate course-level APA guidelines.
Submit your assignment.
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