This practically oriented work informs the therapist how to implement person-centered care to encourage patient participation in setting goals, making treatment decisions, and ultimately resulting in improved recovery.
Acknowledgments Foreword Preface SECTION I - Land of Opportunity 1 The Healthcare Landscape SECTION II - Getting Started 2 Assessment 3 Understanding Needs: The Integrated Summary SECTION III - On the Road 4 Setting Goals 5 Focusing on Change: Identifying Barriers and Specifying Objectives 6 Interventions SECTION IV - Journey's End: The Destination 7 Evaluating the Process Epilogue Diana's Assessment JR's Assessment Keisha's Assessment Roberto's Assessment Index
Diane Grieder is the owner of AliPar, Inc., a behavioral health consulting firm committed to improving organizational performance, and co-author of Treatment Planning for Person-Centered Care: The Road to Mental Health and Addiction Recovery, a textbook with Elsevier/Academic Press with Neal Adams MD, published in late 2004. She is also a co-author with Dr Adams of a chapter in the Handbook of Community Psychiatry, "Collaborative Person-Centered Planning", published by Springer in 2012. Diane is also a consultant with the National Council of Behavioral Healthcare and with NASMHPD. AliPar, Inc. was awarded a SAMHSA small business grant to create four person and family centered training guides to be disseminated by SAMHSA. Her work with SAMHSA also includes planning and presenting at SAMHSA's Consensus Conference on Person and Family Centered Planning. AliPar provides training and technical assistance across the country to whole state systems, psychiatric hospitals, and community behavioral health programs. Diane is also a regular presenter at national conferences such as USPRA, NCCBH, CARF, NYAPRS, and NASMHPD. In May 2012 she presented with Dr Adams at the 5th Geneva Conference on Person-Centered Medicine in Switzerland. Diane has an extensive background working as a QI Director and Clinical Director/Program Manager in the behavioral health field at local outpatient and residential community settings (both private for profit and non-profit) in New Jersey and Virginia She was an accreditation surveyor with CARF for more than 17 years, and has conducted at least 100 accreditation surveys, served on several CARF National Advisory Committees to develop and revise standards, and provided training at four CARF International Conferences on Behavioral Health. From January 1999 to May 2000, she was selected by CARF to assume the role of project director for the CSAT Methadone/LAAM Accreditation Demonstration Project. Areas of Expertise: performs clinical audits and medical records review; develops curriculum and delivers training and technical assistance on person-centered treatment planning; in-depth knowledge about CARF accreditation and co-occurring and substance abuse disorders; advises about creating quality improvement systems, operational efficiency and effectiveness.
"The 2nd edition of Adams/Grieder Treatment Planning for Person-Centered Care retains the excellent content and voice that has made the first edition an important contribution to clinical service delivery. The new edition offers an outstanding revision of the opening chapter to explain the new policy context for person-centered care, particularly addressing changes in thinking about recovery and in practice due the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and the introduction of the DSM 5." - Howard H Goldman, M.D. Ph.D., Director of the Behavioral Health Systems Improvement Collaborative, University of Maryland School of Medicine "Easy to read book that explains both the "why" and the "how" of patient centered planning. Adams and Grieder, long time experts in the treatment of people with serious mental illness, connect the timeless concepts of shared decision making and patient centered treatment to the future of health care. Parity and the Affordable Care Act makes treatment more accessible, this book helps to ensure treatment is effective." - Linda Rosenberg, President and CEO, National Council for Behavioral Health "This new edition of Person Centered Planning provides an update and upgrade to what was already an essential read for people associated with systems transformation in behavioral health care. New material related to the impact of the Accountable Care Act and parity legislation give it even more relevance for these processes. Adams and Grieder provide a blueprint for what person centered care could and should be as we move into the future. Improved case examples that are referenced throughout the text illustrate the major principles developed in the book and allow readers to translate theory to practice more easily. Overall, this edition represents a significant elaboration of the original which makes it well worth reading, even for those who have already enjoyed the first edition." - Wesley Sowers, MD, Director, Center for Public Service Psychiatry, Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic "The 2nd edition of Treatment Planning for Person-Centered Care is required reading for every healthcare practitioner. Neal and Diane offer a practical path to revolutionalize the way individuals and families are engaged in healthcare. The revised edition offers even more concrete guidance for goal setting, assessment and integrated formulation and makes it possible for every practitioner in this new era of healthcare to gain mastery in the art of person-centered treatment planning. We can finally expect this standard in our own healthcare and point to a book that makes it clear." - Chacku Mathai, Associate Executive Director, New York Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services