The Complete Depression Treatment and Homework Planner. PracticePlanners

  • ID: 2215275
  • Book
  • 304 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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  • Contains more than 1,000 prewritten goals, objectives, and interventions for treating depression and depression–related disorders
  • Includes clinically proven, ready–to–copy homework exercises and assignments
  • Sample treatment plans and customizable exercises may be easily downloaded online at [external URL]

The Bestselling treatment planning system for mental health professionals

Utilizing the methodology of the bestselling PracticePlanners® series, The Complete Depression Treatment and Homework Planner provides an all–in–one resource for treating clinical depression saving time and paperwork while allowing you the freedom to develop established and proven treatment plans for adults, children, adolescents, and other subgroups and populations.

  • Includes a wide range of behavioral definition statements describing client symptoms as well as over 25 customizable homework and activity assignments to be used during treatment
  • Provides long–term goals, short–term objectives, and recommended interventions, as well as DSM–IV–TRTM diagnostic suggestions associated with each presenting problem
  • Ready–to–copy exercises cover the most common issues encountered by a wide range of client groups suffering from depression
  • A quick–reference format the interactive assignments are grouped by patient type, such as employee, spouse, adolescent, addicted adult, acute inpatient, and more
  • Expert guidance on how and when to make the most efficient use of the exercises
  • Includes access to ancillary Web site with downloadable resources, including sample treatment plans and customizable homework exercises

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The Complete series of books combine our bestselling Treatment Planners and Homework Planners into one easy–to–use, all–in–one resource for mental health professionals treating clients suffering from a wide range of disorders.

Treatment Planners cover all the necessary elements for developing formal treatment plans, including detailed problem definitions, long–term goals, short–term objectives, therapeutic interventions, and DSMTM diagnoses.

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PracticePlanners® Series Preface.

Introduction.

SECTION I Treatment Planning.

Child (Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., L. Mark Peterson, and William P. McInnis).

School–Based Child/Adolescent (Sarah Edison Knapp and Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.).

Adolescent (Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., L. Mark Peterson, and William P. McInnis).

Adolescent in Juvenile Justice/Residential Care (William P. McInnis, Wanda D. Dennis, Michell A. Meyers, Kathleen O Connell–Sullivan, and Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.).

Adult (Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr. and L. Mark Peterson).

Acute Inpatient Adult (Chris E. Stout and Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.).

Addicted Adult/Adolescent (Robert R. Perkinson and Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.).

Older Adult (Deborah W. Frazer and Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.).

Spouse Depressed Due to Relationship (K. Daniel O Leary, Richard E. Heyman, and Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.).

Spouse Depressed Independent of Relationship (K. Daniel O Leary, Richard E. Heyman, and Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.).

Employee (James M. Oher, Daniel J. Conti, and Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.).

Parishioner (Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr. and James R. Kok).

Medically Ill (Douglas E. DeGood, Angela L. Crawford, and Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.).

Trauma Victim (Tammi D. Kolski, Michael Avriette, and Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.).

Developmentally Disabled (Kellye H. Slaggert and Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.).

Severely Mentally Ill (David J. Berghuis and Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.).

Depressive Personality Disorder (Neil R. Bockian and Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.).

Neurologically Impaired (Michele J. Rusin and Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.).

Parolee (Brad M. Bogue, Anjali Nandi, and Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.).

Group Treatment of Depression (Kim Paleg and Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.).

Psychotropic Treatment of Depression (David C. Purselle, Charles B. Nemeroff, and Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.).

Section II Homework Planning.

Child (Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., L. Mark Peterson, and William P. McInnis).

Exercise IIA.A Surface Behavior/Inner Feelings.

Exercise IIB.B Three Ways to Change the World.

Adolescent (Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., L. Mark Peterson, and William P. McInnis).

Exercise IIB.A Pictures of Activities I Enjoy.

Exercise IIB.B I Am a Good Person.

Exercise IIB.C Maintaining Your Self–Esteem.

Exercise IIB.D Overcoming Helplessness and Hopelessness.

Exercise IIB.E Take Time to Laugh and Enjoy Life.

School Based (Sarah Edison Knapp).

Exercise IIC.A Accomplishments I Am Proud Of.

Exercise IIC.B Growing and Changing.

Exercise IIC.C Heart–to–Heart Smart Talks.

Exercise IIC.D Planning for Fun.

Adult (Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.).

Exercise IID.A Creating a Memorial Collage.

Exercise IID.B Identify and Schedule Pleasant Activities.

Exercise IID.C Journal of Distorted, Negative Thoughts.

Exercise IID.D Negative Thoughts Trigger Negative Feelings.

Exercise IID.E Why I Dislike Taking My Medication.

Addiction (James R. Finley and Brenda S. Lenz).

Exercise IIE.A Am I Having Difficulty Letting Go?

Exercise IIE.B Depression Interacts with Addiction.

Exercise IIE.C Early Recovery Emotions.

Exercise IIE.D Why Do I Matter and Who Cares?

Couples (Gary M. Schultheis, Bill O Hanlon, and Steffanie O Hanlon).

Exercise IIF.A Changes That Will Improve the Relationship.

Exercise IIF.B Identify Your Partner s Feelings.

Exercise IIF.C Increase Romantic Behaviors.

Employee (Lise B. Mayers and Diana L. Rabatin).

Exercise IIG.A Boosting Self–Esteem.

Exercise IIG.B Practicing Positive Self–Talk.

Exercise IIG.C Setting Personal Goals.

Exercise IIG.D Ways to Nurture Yourself.

Group (Louis J. Bevilacqua).

Exercise IIH.A My Feelings Journal.

Exercise IIH.B There s Always a Sunrise.

Exercise IIH.C What Do Others Value about Me?

Appendix: Bibliotherapy Suggestions.

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ARTHUR E. JONGSMA, Jr., PhD, is Series Editor for the bestselling PracticePlanners®. He is also the founder and Director of Psychological Consultants, a group private practice in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
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