Holistic Transition Plan
Throughout this course, you have examined counseling addiction concepts and strategies. In Weeks 2 and 5, you analyzed a case study client (Mary, Mark, or Anna) to critically think about and address common challenges clients may face on the path to sobriety. Now, imagine your case study client has successfully completed court-ordered substance use and mental health treatment. They are now ready to begin transitioning back into their community and/or daily life. The court has mandated a holistic treatment plan to address their transitional needs and support recovery. The treatment plan must include recommendations that address their career needs.
Your supervisor has requested that you review a discharge summary for your client and use the information provided to inform your decisions.
Note: A discharge summary is a document shared between health care providers such as a hospital, treatment facility, clinical practice, etc. Its purpose is to provide vital information about the status of a client, which includes details such as the purpose of treatment, procedures and assessments provided to the client, instructions for appropriate level of care, and the client’s current health status. The discharge summary is shared with relevant personnel as the client transitions from one health provider to another in the treatment process. A client is ready for discharge when they have met the respective provider’s treatment goals. In some cases, the summary can be created before a client is discharged.
Read your selected case study client’s discharge summary in the Client Discharge Plans document and reference it as needed to support your ideas. You may also choose to watch your client’s Discharge Plan video, which includes the same information.
• Mary Rodrigues Discharge Plan Video
• Mark Smith Discharge Plan Video
• Anna Berkshire Discharge Plan Video
Optionally, review the following resources that may help you create a holistic treatment plan:
• NAADAC Code of Ethics: This document provides guidelines that addiction professionals can reference to make ethical decisions in the field.
• SAMHSA TIP 38: Integrating Substance Abuse Treatment and Vocational Services: This resource describes challenges clients may face as they transition into sobriety and provides career-guidance strategies for treatment providers. You may wish to first review the Table of Contents to determine which sections are most pertinent to your plan.
• The Complete Adult Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, 6th ed.: This book provides several examples of treatment plan goals and interventions that you can incorporate in your assignment. Reminder: This textbook is available for purchase in the University of Phoenix Online Bookstore.
Complete the Holistic Transition Plan for your selected client.
Requirements: 700 words addressing the 6 issues in the instructions/template.