August 3, 2015
Treatment Plan While meeting with the client the case manager will construct a tentative treatment plan. This treatment plan will have been constructed after interviewing and assessing the client. By evaluating the client the case manager will work with them to start determining a plan. The treatment plan should have diagnosis of problems, goals for the client and services that will be needed.
Case Details Larry McCune is seeking help with multiple problems that are affecting his ability to live and work. Mr. McCune was involved in a severe traffic accident that resulted in the loss of his daughter (Summers, 2012). Mr. McCune suffers from nightmares, headaches, and a fear of all types of transportation. Since the accident Mr. McCune has become short-tempered with his co-workers and has been unable to work consistently. Mr. McCune’s marriage has dissolved and he currently does not get to see his son very often (Summers, 2012). Mr. McCune wants to feel better, be able to work, and have a relationship with his son.
Details of the Assessment After interviewing and assessing the client is clear that he is still grieving the loss of his daughter and has depression and anxiety issues as a result of the accident. Mr. McCune needs to be further evaluated for medical and neurological problems that may have resulted from the accident. Mr. McCune will also need evaluation for depression and anxiety. He may need medical treatment for these, as they seem to cause him trouble sleeping, irritability, and the fear of being in any mode of transportation. Counseling would be beneficial as it would help Mr. McCune with his grief and being in a support group would help him to interact with other people who have similar situations.
The case manager collaborates with the client to write up a treatment plan that will later be finalized in a service meeting. In creating a treatment plan the