Domain 2: Community Integration and InclusionDates: February 9, 11, 16, 18, 23 2021
Times: 8:30AM - 4:00PM
Platform: Ring Central
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Perform a thorough psychosocial assessment to inform a collaborative, person‐centered and outcome‐focused plan of care and use of systemic and natural supports to facilitate an individual’s progress toward their goals
- Demonstrate an understanding of the role of the case manager within community settings and how the community mental health system in Maine supports community inclusion.
- Describe community inclusion as a process of assisting an individual to move towards greater community inclusion and personal well‐being.
- Identify resources and options in mental health, substance abuse, behavioral health, employment services, crisis services, natural supports, law enforcement and mental health courts available to a consumer and demonstrate understanding of how to provide linkages to these services.
- Describe how basic interviewing and assessment techniques, such as Motivational Interviewing and psychosocial assessments, can support a consumer's coping skills.
- Illustrate the documentation process and each of its components, including the
- A person‐centered treatment plan with specific goals/measures/target dates.
- Written notes that track progress and inform the dynamic treatment process.
- A treatment plan review to support progress in goal areas that help individuals live safe, healthy and independent lives.
- Recall the history of peer support and consumer‐directed services in Maine and nationally, including the Intentional Peer Support (IPS) Model.