The Treatment Team: Maximizing Results

 

Below you can access the webinar. This webinar features a pre-recorded presentation, supplemental worksheets and handouts, as well as a competency quiz and survey.

Completion of the quiz with a score of 4 out of 5, and completion of the survey are required to receive your certificate.

 

*We are working to make closed captioning available for all of our online content. If you are Deaf or Hard of Hearing and need captions to view this webinar content, please contact us at driep.contact@gmail.com, and we will supply you with a link to a captioned version. We apologize for this temporary extra step, and hope to fix this soon. *

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Handouts/Links

This simple worksheet can be a great tool for clients (and for providers) to have a visual representation of the treatment team, including names and what they do. Having a large treatment team can be overwhelming for clients, and a lot to keep track of. A simple tool like this worksheet can alleviate a lot of stress. 

References:

McLoughlin, K., & Geller, J. (2010). Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning in Inpatient Settings: From Myth to Model. Psychiatric Quarterly, 81(3), 263–277. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11126-010-9135-1

Vinokur-Kaplan, D. (1995). Treatment Teams that Work (and those that don’t): An Application of Hackman’s Group Effectiveness Model to Interdisciplinary Teams in Psychiatric Hospitals. The Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 31(3), 303–327. https://doi.org/10.1177/0021886395313005

Bond, G.R., Pensec, M., Dietzen, L., McCafferty, D., Giemza, R., Sipple, H.W. (1991). Intensive case management for frequent users of psychiatric hospitals in a large city; A comparison of team and individual caseloads. Psychosocial Rhabilitation Journal, 15(1), 90-98.

Ducanis, A. J., Golin, A. K. (1979). The interdisciplinary health care team: A handbook. Germantown, MD: Aspen Systems.

Cooper, M. G., & Lesser, J. G. (2015). Clinical social work practice: An integrative approach.