Domain 1: Behavioral, Psychological, and Rehabilitation Intervention ModelsDates: December 1, 10, 14, 21, 28 2021
Times: 8:30AM - 4:30PM
Establish rapport, communicate effectively and respectfully, and work collaboratively with consumers regarding their care to support recovery, with awareness of changing needs across the lifespan
- Describe common factors of effective helping strategies when working with consumers (e.g. therapeutic relationship, empowerment, consumer choice, and respect for the consumer).
- Explain the concept of community inclusion and the use of natural supports to enhance recovery.
- Relate human development theory, including the interaction of social, psychosocial development across the lifespan.
- Demonstrate active listening skills, basic interviewing skills, and demonstrate respect for the consumer at all times.
- Demonstrate a collaborative, person‐centered, recovery‐oriented shared decision making approach to working with consumers. Identify strengths and challenges and how to incorporate natural supports into individualized treatment plans.
- Define the treatment complexities for co‐occurring disorders and addictions within vulnerable populations.
- Be aware of common strengths‐based assessments, including instruments that identify or screen for co‐occurring disorders and/or trauma history, and tools that evaluate the level of care needs.
- Demonstrate general knowledge of the current diagnostic manual and be able to name basic diagnostic categories.
- Give examples of evidence‐based models and approaches that integrate treatment and rehabilitation.
- Identify community resources to assist in the recovery process for individuals who have co‐occurring mental health and substance use disorders.
- Recognize the consumer's development and life stage, and where they are in relation to the Stages of Change Model, in order to develop individualized treatment plans.
- Illustrate an understanding of crisis planning, advance directives, crisis intervention strategies, and use of a warm line.