Mental Health, Behavioral Health, and Dual Diagnosis
Comprehensive behavioral health, dual diagnosis, and co-occurring disorders resources based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MI/MET), stages-of-change, and social learning/self-efficacy models. Materials include counselors tools, DSM-IV checklists, client and counselor worksheets, treatment planning suggestions, and workbooks. Resources address more than 20 behavioral health and dual diagnosis issues, including anxiety, depression, aggression, PTSD, self-injury, conduct disorder, and eating disorders. Available at a variety of affordable prices and program hours. We can help you put together the perfect program.
|TP1||Anger||Comprehensive basic treatment plan for addressing anger and violence. Includes repressed anger.|
|TP2||Anxiety||Addresses several anxiety disorders.|
|TP3||Abandonment & Neglect||Childhood issues.|
|TP4||Codependency||Addresses various forms of co-dependency.|
|TP5||Depression||Includes suicidal risk.|
|TP6||Grief/loss||Addresses various sources of loss and grief|
|TP7||Conduct issues||ADHD/ADD/Oppositional Defiant Disorder/Conduct Disorder. Primarily for juveniles (separate versions for females).|
|TP8||PTSD/Trauma||Addresses various sources of trauma|
|TP9||Domestic violence||Guides individual or group process|
|TP10||Low self-esteem and shame||Addresses various sources of shame or low self-esteem.|
|TP11||Self-efficacy: coping skills for specific needs||Provides direction and practice to develop confidence in specific skills needed to address individual high risk situations.|
|TP12||Self-Inventories||Selection of tools useful at different stages of behavioral health and mental health programs and recovery. Designed for use with New Freedom programs but compatible with Twelve Step programs.|
|TP13||Feeling Hurt||Addresses various sources of hurt and guides process of learning how to handle this feeling successfully|
|TP14||Handling difficult feelings||Designed for use with dual diagnosis clients and adolescents who have difficulty identifying and dealing appropriately with feelings, including confusion and emptiness.|
|TP15||Sleep Disorders||Addresses causes, sleep hygiene, and coping skills.|
|TP16||Aggression and Violence||Builds on the "anger" treatment plan to address risk factors and guides the development of new coping skills.|
|TP17||Gang involvement||Addresses gang involvement as a form of compulsive behavior. Helps clients identify and address underlying needs and risk factors, and develop alternatives.|
|TP18||Eating Disorders||Addresses common eating disorder issues. Separate plans for men and women.|
|TP19||Compulsive Gambling||Addresses common issues underlying problem gambling. Separate plans for men and women.|
|TP20||Body image and self-image||Identifies and addresses common body and self-esteem issues. Separate plans for men and women.|
|TP21||Special Losses||Designed as a resource for counselors helping clients who have serious medical crises (i.e., HIV+ diagnoses).|
|TP22||Self-injury||Separate plans for men and women.|
|CM||Counselor's Manual||Tools for administrators, in-service training worksheets, and program guidance. Helpful in orienting and training new staff.|
|MI/MET||Motivational Interviewing Manual||Comprehensive guide to using Motivational Interviewing (MI) and Motivational Enhancement Therapy (MET) techniques with our program resources. Provides specific guidelines and model activities, as well as basic MI/MET theory and practice.|
|SSM||Security Staff Manual||Provides program overview and objectives, and tools for security staff to use in program and residential areas. Includes problem solving model and suggestions for use in resolving conflicts. Tailored to program and facility needs.|
|Tx1||Helping Treatment Work||Treatment adherence workbook, primarily for HIV/AIDS clients and others with similar medical issues.|
For each topic area below, we provide a comprehensive mental health treatment resource:
- Detailed comprehensive treatment planning template. This document can be readily customized for individual clients or groups. It includes major goals, objectives, treatment focus, suggestions for counselors, and links to specific A New Freedom workbooks, including behaviorally-stated objectives (and pages for each activity and objective). This plan also provides guidance for counselors with reference to additional treatment issues and DSM-IV criteria. Provided in hard copy and word processing software (on diskette).
- Counselor's notes supporting assessment and mental health treatment. This material supports in-service training and guides new program staff. This document refers to specific DSM-IV diagnoses, as appropriate.
- Checklists and worksheets supporting behavioral health and dual diagnosis treatment (dangerousness assessment, symptoms checklist, stressors and triggers worksheets, etc.). These materials include suggestions for staff use.
- Individual workbooks addressing particular mental health/behavioral health treatment area. The typical program package includes five (5) workbooks.