12 CORE FUNCTIONS/ 8 DOMAINS OF SUBSTANCE ABUSE

advertisement
12 CORE FUNCTIONS/
8 DOMAINS OF
SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELING
Katurah Bryant
RN,LMFT,LADC, CCS
Asher Delerme, MS, LADC, CCS
MPACT @ 2011
12 Core Functions
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Screening
Intake
Orientation
Assessment
Treatment Planning
Counseling
Case Management
12-Core Functions (cont)
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
Crisis Intervention
Client education
Referral
Reports & Record Keeping
Consultation
8 Domains of Counseling
1.
Clinical Evaluation
1.
2.
3.
4.
2.
Screening
Intake
Orientation
Assessment
Treatment Planning
1.
Treatment Planning
8 Domains of Counseling
3.
Referral
1.
4.
Service Coordination
1.
2.
5.
Referral (10)
Case Management (7)
Consultation (12)
Counseling
1.
2.
Counseling (6)
Crisis Intervention(8)
8-Domains of Counseling
6.
Client, Family & Community Ed
1.
7.
Documentation
1.
8.
Client Education (9)
Reports & Record Keeping (11)
Professional & Ethical Responsibilities
SCREENING/
Clinical Evaluation(1)
The process by which the client is determined

APPROPRIATE

and ELIGIBLE
for admission to a particular program
INTAKE/Clinical Evaluation(1)
The
 ADMINISTRATIVE
 and INITIAL ASSESSMENT
procedures
for admission to a program
ORIENTATION/
Clinical Evaluation(1)
DESCRIBING to the client the following:





General nature and goals of the programs
Rules governing client conduct and
infractions
Hours of operation
Treatment costs
Client rights
ASSESSMENT/
Clinical Evaluation(1)
The PROCEDURES by which a
counselor/program:
 Identifies and evaluates
 an individual’s strengths and
weaknesses
 problems and needs
 for the development of a treatment
plan
TREATMENT PLANNING/
Treatment Planning(2)
PROCESS by which the counselor and
client :
 Identify and rank problems needing
resolution
 Establish agreed upon immediate
and long term goals
 Decide upon a treatment process
and the resources to be utilized
COUNSELING
(Individual, Group and
Significant Others)/Counseling (5)
The utilization of special skills to

assist individuals, families or groups
 in achieving objectives through exploration of a
problems and its ramifications;

examination of attitudes and feelings;

consideration of alternative solutions; and decisionmaking
CASE MANAGEMENT/
Service Coordination(4)
Activities which bring
 Services
 Agencies
 Resources and
 People together
 within a planned framework of action
 toward the achievement of established
goals.
 It may involve liaison activities and collateral
contacts.
CRISIS INTERVENTION/
Counseling (5)
Those services which respond to an
alcohol and/or drug abuser’s needs
during acute emotional and/or
physical distress
CLIENT EDUCATION/
Client, Family& Community Ed(6)
Provision of information to
 Individuals and
 Groups
 concerning alcohol
 and other drug abuse
 and the available services and resources
REFERRAL/Referral (3)





Identifying
the needs of a client
that cannot be met by the counselor or
agency
and assisting the client to utilize
the support systems and community
resources available.
REPORT and
RECORD KEEPING/
Documentation (7)
Charting the results of
 the assessment and
 treatment plan,
 written reports,
 progress notes,
 discharge summaries
 and other client-related data
CONSULTATION/Service
Coordination (4)




Relating with in-house staff
or outside professional
to assure comprehensive,
quality care
for the client.
Professional & Ethical
Responsibilities (8)

Adherence to Code of Ethics
Related documents
Download