Examples of Rehab

Rehab: CM will provide coaching, modeling, and prompts to help member acquire basic skills necessary for living independently (e.g., housekeeping, maintaining utilities, paying rent, etc.).

Rehab: CM will provide skill-building by teaching client coping skills such as grounding techniques, deep breathing, and progressive relaxation to manage feelings of irritability and anger that lead to conflicts with housemates and house managers.

Rehab: CM will help member identify patterns in his decision-making and behavior that have led to a loss of housing (for example, choosing to stop taking his medications) that he might be able to change going forward. Will teach communication skills to help member learn to resolve disagreements he has with housemates and house managers.

Rehab: CM will help member search for patterns in his behavior and assist him in identifying precursors to angry outbursts, with the goal of helping him intervene before he loses his temper. Will teach coping skills for managing anger. Will use modeling, role-play, and rehearsal to help member learn to resolve conflicts with housemates and house managers more effectively.

Rehab: CM will provide skill-building to help member develop positive alternatives to maladaptive behaviors (i.e., improved communication skills, anxiety-reduction skills, ability to manage frustration and anger, etc.). Will provide positive reinforcement for progress observed.

Rehab: CM will use RCCS exercises such as "Exploring My Triggers", "Stop, Breathe and Think", and "My Wise Mind" to help member identify situations in which he is at increased risk of losing his temper, and stay focused and in control if he finds himself in them.  Will teach member anger management techniques via modeling, role-play, practice, and rehearsal.

Rehab: CM will help member search for patterns in his behavior and assist him in identifying precursors to angry outbursts, with the goal of helping him intervene before he loses his temper. CM will teach skills for de-escalating and managing anger. Will use modeling, role-play, and rehearsal to help member learn to resolve conflicts and disagreements more effectively.

Rehab: CM will provide skill-building by teaching member coping skills such as grounding techniques, deep breathing, progressive relaxation, and exercise to manage feelings of frustration and anger. Will also teach member skills for reducing/controlling her symptoms, such as remembering to take her medications in the right amounts, at the right times; and identifying and eliminating unnecessary sources of stress.

Rehab: CM will use modeling, role-play, and rehearsal to help member manage feelings of anger and frustration, and help him resolve conflicts without raising his voice and making threats. Will help member identify precursors to angry outbursts, with the goal of helping him intervene before he loses his temper (e.g., by disengaging from the situation temporarily, focusing on his breathing, taking a walk, journaling, talking to a friend, etc.).

Rehab: CM and Housing Coordinator will provide skill-building to help member develop positive alternatives to maladaptive behaviors (i.e., more effective communication skills, problem-solving skills, and conflict-resolution skills). Will provide coaching, modeling, and prompts to help member acquire skills necessary for living independently (e.g., following housing rules, being respectful of other tenants, paying rent on time, maintaining his apartment, etc.).

Rehab: CM will help member analyze his history of successful and problematic residential situations with the goal of identifying patterns in his decision-making and behavior that he might be able to change going forward (e.g., choosing to stop taking his medications, ignoring warnings by landlord/manager, disturbing neighbors, etc.). Will teach member "5 steps to problem-solving" and work to improve his communication skills.

Rehab: CM will provide coaching, modeling, and prompts to help member acquire basic skills necessary for maintaining a small living area (i.e., making his bed, picking up after himself, etc.) and cooperating with housemates/roommates/peers. Will teach member coping skills such as grounding techniques, deep breathing, progressive relaxation, and exercise to manage feelings of anxiety and irritability.

Rehab: CM will use coaching and prompts to teach member skills for living independently (e.g., housekeeping, shopping, preparing meals, maintaining utilities, paying rent, etc.). Will use modeling and role-play to help member improve communication skills and prepare for situations he is likely to encounter 1) during the application process, and 2) once he has moved in.

Rehab: CM will use coaching, modeling, and prompts to help member re-learn skills for living independently (e.g., managing her finances, paying bills, shopping for food, preparing meals, maintaining her apartment, etc.).

Rehab: CM will provide skill-building to help member improve his budgeting skills and ability to delay gratification (i.e., ability to resist impulses to spend). Will use workbook activities to help member identify his style of spending, how he spends his money, past and current spending habits, and new spending behaviors he would like to implement.

Rehab: CM will use skill-building workbooks to help member identify his money-management style, how he spends his money, past and current spending habits, and new spending behaviors he would like to implement. CM will teach member grounding and mindfulness techniques to help him manage impulsive urges to spend.

Rehab: CM will help member review his history of problematic housing situations and look for patterns in his decision-making that he might be able to change going forward (e.g., borrowing from other residents which has led to conflicts and failed placements.).

Rehab: CM will use workbook activities to help member identify his style of spending, his past and current spending habits, and new spending behaviors to implement going forward. Will assist member in prioritizing expenses and developing a realistic budget. Will help member identify triggers to impulsive spending and teach coping skills for managing impulses to spend.

Rehab: CM will use modeling and role-play to help member improve communication skills and prepare herself for situations she is likely to encounter when applying for benefits and/or employment. Will help member practice appropriate verbal and non-verbal responses for a variety of different situations (inquiring about jobs, expressing interest, asking for help, submitting applications, etc.).

Rehab: CM will use modeling and role-play to help member improve social/interpersonal skills and prepare himself for situations he is likely to encounter when applying for jobs or benefits. Will help member practice appropriate responses for a variety of situations he is likely to encounter (e.g., asking about jobs, interviewing, applying for benefits, requesting assistance, etc.).

Rehab: CM will use modeling and role-play to help member improve communication skills and prepare himself for situations he is likely to encounter when applying for benefits and/or employment. Will assist member in prioritizing expenses and developing a realistic budget.

Rehab: CM will use skill-building workbooks to help member identify his style of spending and changes he could make that would allow him to become more financially independent. Will assist member in prioritizing expenses and developing a realistic budget.

Rehab: CM will use "Practical Life Skills", "Communication Skills", and "Work Skills" workbooks to help member improve budgeting abilities, job-readiness, and (if employed) his ability to communicate with others and problem-solve on the job.  Will model and reinforce assertiveness skills learned during the last cycle to ensure member is able to continue saying “no” to requests for loans and gifts of money.

Rehab: CM will use modeling and role-play to help member develop skills he will need when applying for benefits and/or employment. Will assist member in prioritizing expenses and developing a realistic budget.

Rehab: CM will help member explore alternatives for reducing her dependence on others, such as improving her budgeting skills; avoiding the use of "cash advance" (high interest) loans; curtailing unhealthy habits/expenses; sharing expenses with a roommate; obtaining P/T employment; applying for subsidized housing and/or other benefits, etc. Will use skill-building exercises from the "Practical Life Skills" workbook to help member develop problem-solving and decision-making skills.

Rehab: CM will use skill-building workbooks, modeling, role-play, and rehearsal to help member develop skills for managing anger and frustration. Will help member learn to identify triggers, physical signs of anger, and factors that contribute to angry outbursts such as suppressing his feelings.

Rehab: CM will teach member coping skills to manage strong emotions and feelings of anger, such as grounding techniques, deep breathing, progressive relaxation, meditation, visualization, and exercise. Will help member learn to identify triggers, physical signs of anger, and factors that contribute to angry outbursts such as suppressing his feelings.

Rehab: CM will use skill-building workbooks to help member identify triggers to anger. Will help member develop a plan for avoiding anger-provoking situations when possible, limiting his exposure to them when they cannot be avoided (e.g., saying he needs to think and excusing himself temporarily), and using skills such as deep breathing, venting to a trusted friend, and journaling to de-escalate and regain control of his emotions.

Rehab: CM will use modeling, role-play, and rehearsal to help member develop more effective social skills, with the goal of making social interactions more productive and rewarding.

Rehab: CM will teach member skills to manage anger and anxiety, such as grounding techniques, deep breathing, progressive relaxation, meditation, positive mental imagery, and exercise. Will use modeling, role-play, and rehearsal to help member develop more effective social skills, with the goal of making social interactions more productive and rewarding.

Rehab: CM will provide MHS (skill-building through role-play, modeling, and rehearsal) to help member improve social/interpersonal skills. Will teach anxiety-reduction techniques such as deep breathing that member can implement in real-time, without attracting attention or shifting his attention away from the conversation.

Rehab: CM will teach member skills for reducing his symptoms, such as remembering to take his medications in the right amounts, at the right times; identifying and eliminating unnecessary sources of stress, and learning self-calming techniques. Will model communication skills such as active listening and verbal/non-verbal expressions of interest, then role-play with member to increase self-confidence.

Rehab: CM will use role-play, modeling, and relaxation training to help member develop skills for managing with the anxiety she experiences in social/performance situations. Will help member learn to distinguish between passive, assertive, and aggressive styles of communication.

Rehab: CM will use modeling, role-play, practice, and feedback to help member develop more effective communication skills. Will stress the importance of taking medications as prescribed, eliminating unnecessary sources of stress, initiating conversations in quiet areas with minimal distractions, and tactfully disengaging if symptoms or surroundings make conversations too difficult.

Rehab: CM will provide MHS (skill-building through role-play, modeling, and rehearsal) to help member improve social/interpersonal skills. Will teach anxiety-reduction techniques such as deep breathing that member can implement in real-time, without attracting attention or shifting his attention away from the conversation.

Rehab: CM will teach member to use reflective listening through modeling, role-play, role reversal, and feedback. Will help member recognize and avoid blocks to active listening, such as daydreaming, rehearsing (thinking about what he is going to say next instead of listening), filtering (listening only to parts of a conversation), judging, and distractions.

Rehab: CM will teach member anxiety-reduction skills such as focusing on breathing, progressive muscle relaxation, calming mental imagery, positive self-affirmations, meditation, and exercise. Will help member practice techniques such as deep breathing that he can implement in real-time, as needed, without attracting the attention of others.

Rehab: CM will use skill-building workbooks and pictures to increase member’s awareness of non-verbal forms of communication such as facial expressions, touching, gestures, posture, body language and spatial distance between himself and others. Will use modeling, role play, and role reversal to help member internalize this awareness and incorporate it into his everyday interactions.

Rehab: CM will provide MHS (skill-building through modeling and role-play) to help member improve social/interpersonal skills. Will work with member on appropriate conversation starters, tones of voice, and facial expressions for a variety of different situations.

Rehab: CM will use modeling, role-play, practice, and feedback to help member develop more effective communication skills. Will stress the importance of taking medications as prescribed and reducing/eliminating unnecessary sources of stress.

Rehab: CM will use RCCS skill-building exercises such as "My Hopes and Dreams", "My Spirituality", and "My Resilience" to inspire hope, increase motivation, and help member envision positive outcomes. Will use modeling and role-play to help member improve social/interpersonal skills. Will encourage member to focus on his strengths and achievements.

Rehab: CM will use RCCS skill-building exercises such as "My Hopes and Dreams", "My Spirituality", and "My Resilience" to inspire hope, increase motivation, and help member envision positive outcomes. Will provide MHS (skill-building through role-play, modeling, and rehearsal) to help member improve social/interpersonal skills.

Rehab: CM will use skill-building workbooks to help member identify triggers to anger. Will help member develop a plan for avoiding anger-provoking situations when possible, limiting his exposure to them when they cannot be avoided (e.g., saying he needs to think and excusing himself temporarily), and using skills such as deep breathing, venting to a trusted friend, and journaling to stay in control of his emotions.

Rehab: CM will use skill-building workbooks to help member identify triggers to anger, and help him develop a plan for avoiding and/or limiting his exposure to these situations. Will teach anger management skills such as deep breathing and counting to ten, and use modeling to help him distinguish between assertive and aggressive styles of communication.

Rehab: CM will teach member coping skills to manage strong emotions and feelings of anger, such as grounding techniques, deep breathing, progressive relaxation, meditation, visualization, and exercise. Will help member learn to identify triggers, physical signs of anger, and factors that contribute to angry outbursts such as suppressing her feelings.

Rehab: CM will help member look for patterns in her behavior and assist her in identifying precursors to angry outbursts, with the goal of helping her intervene before she loses her temper. Will teach member techniques for disengaging without giving in, such as asking for more time to think and temporarily excusing herself, and skills such as deep breathing, journaling, and venting to a trusted friend to regain control of her emotions.

Rehab: CM will teach self-calming techniques such as deep breathing to facilitate the exploration of past events and willingness to consider alternative explanations for what happened.
 
Rehab: CM will use skill-building workbooks to help member identify triggers to anger. Will help member develop a plan for avoiding anger-provoking situations when possible, limiting his exposure to them when they cannot be avoided (e.g., saying he needs time to think and excusing himself temporarily), and using skills such as deep breathing, venting to a trusted friend, and journaling to regain control of his emotions.

Rehab: CM will teach anger management skills such as deep breathing and counting to ten, and use modeling to help member distinguish between passive, assertive, and aggressive styles of communication.  Will role-play mock disagreements with member to give him the opportunity to practice appropriate assertive responses.

Rehab: CM will work to increase member’s awareness of how inappropriate responses affect his relationships with others and interfere with his ability to get his short- and long-term needs met.

Rehab: CM will teach member anxiety-reduction skills including deep breathing techniques to prevent hyperventilation, and encourage her to avoid substances like caffeine that may be making her attacks worse. Will accompany member into the community and provide support as she gradually exposes herself to situations she is afraid of.

Rehab: CM will work to reduce member’s isolation & social withdrawal by helping him learn to safely communicate his own needs and show that he understands the needs of others. Will model appropriate conversation starters and role-play conversations for him to have with others.

Rehab: CM will use modeling, role-play, practice, and feedback to help member develop more effective communication skills. Will stress the importance of taking medications as prescribed and reducing/eliminating unnecessary sources of stress. Will encourage member to focus on his strengths and achievements.

Rehab: CM will help member identify new strategies and coping skills to increase his social participation, then model, role-play and practice these skills with him in the community on a monthly basis. Will provide feedback and positive reinforcement when member engages in pro-social behaviors.

Rehab: CM will teach member anger management skills such as deep breathing, progressive relaxation, counting to ten, and buying time. Will help member learn to identify triggers, physical signs of anger, and factors that contribute to angry outbursts, and help him develop a plan for what to do when he feels his anger escalating.

Rehab: CM will use skill-building exercises from the "Relationships" and "Conflict Management" workbooks to help member learn to set limits and boundaries, and to increase her awareness of how inappropriate responses impact her relationships with others. Will teach member to use journaling as a way of expressing her feelings, and “I” statements for occasions she feels she must express her opinions directly to another person.

Rehab: CM will help member modify his behavior by teaching him to use a calendar, post-it notes, dry-erase board, smart phone alerts, and other reminders to do his laundry and clean up his living area.

Rehab: CM will help member modify his behavior by teaching him to use a calendar, post-it notes, dry-erase board, smart phone alerts, and other reminders to perform his basic ADLs (e.g., showering, changing into clean clothes, making his bed, doing his daily chores, and taking his medication.).

Rehab: CM will use modeling and prompts to help member acquire basic hygiene skills; will provide psychoeducation to raise awareness of the value of consistent self-care; will reinforce regular performance of basic hygiene tasks (e.g., showering on the same days of the week); will help member develop a plan for self-monitoring (e.g., a calendar to provide reminders, a trusted person to check in with, etc.).

Rehab: CM will accompany member shopping and teach him how to purchase a healthy balance of nutritious foods without exceeding his budget. Will assist member with learning to plan and prepare meals for himself.

Rehab: CM will use modeling and prompts to help member acquire basic hygiene skills; will provide psychoeducation to raise awareness of the value of consistent self-care; will reinforce regular performance of basic hygiene tasks (e.g., showering and doing laundry on the same days each week); will help member develop a plan for self-monitoring (e.g., a calendar to provide reminders, a trusted person to check in with regarding personal hygiene, etc.).

Rehab: CM will teach member mindfulness techniques to help her manage distressing thoughts and feelings she has, and train her to use positive self-talk that reassures her of her ability to endure anxiety symptoms without serious consequences.  Will accompany member to the store initially, then gradually fade support as member develops greater self-confidence.

Rehab: CM will help member acquire independent living skills by modeling and rehearsing; will teach member to use a calendar, post-it notes, day planner and other mnemonic techniques to help him remember when to perform recurring tasks. Will provide feedback and reinforce desirable behavior, then gradually fade support as member acquires new skills.

Rehab: CM will use assessments, journaling activities, educational handouts, and skill-building exercises from the "Practical Life Skills" Workbook to help member reduce his dependence on others. Will accompany member during the early stages of treatment, then gradually fade support as he develops greater self-confidence.

Rehab: CM will help member identify possible reasons for not seeking employment (e.g., concern about loss of SSI benefits, fear of increased responsibility and expectations, etc.). Will work to increase his motivation by helping him identify positive reasons for obtaining employment (e.g., sense of accomplishment, increased self-esteem, contribution to society, respect from others, etc.).

Rehab: CM will use RCCS skill-building exercises "My Identity", "My Strengths", "My Values", and SOAR (Supportive Choice Making) to increase member’s motivation and help him resolve ambivalence he has about working.

Rehab: CM will work to increase member’s motivation by helping him identify positive reasons for obtaining employment (e.g., sense of accomplishment, greater self-esteem, increased income, etc.). Will provide coaching, modeling, and prompts to help member develop skills for interviewing and for dealing with situations he is likely to encounter in the workplace (fixed schedules, deadlines, specific duties, etc.).

Rehab: CM will work to increase motivation by helping member identify positive reasons for obtaining employment (e.g., sense of accomplishment, increased self-esteem, contribution to society, respect from others, etc.). Will provide coaching, modeling, and prompts to help member develop skills for interviewing and for dealing with situations he is likely to encounter in the workplace (fixed schedules, deadlines, specific duties, etc.).

Rehab: CM will help member identify positive reasons for volunteering (e.g., potential improvement in mood, sense of accomplishment, increased self-esteem, opportunity to make new friends, etc.). Will use modeling and role-play to help member develop more effective communication skills and encourage her to focus on her strengths and achievements.

Rehab: CM will provide MHS by using RCCS exercises such as SOAR (Supportive Choice Making) to help member make more informed choices about taking his medications, and skill-building to help him improve communication and decision-making skills, including his ability to manage situations he is likely to encounter in the workplace.

Rehab: CM will model prosocial behaviors (e.g., making eye contact, smiling, greeting others) that promote better interpersonal functioning in a work environment, and use role-play, role-reversal, and feedback to help member internalize them. Will help member develop skills for interviewing and for dealing with situations he is likely to encounter at his volunteer site.

Rehab: CM will work to increase member’s motivation by helping him identify positive reasons for working (e.g., greater sense of accomplishment, increased income, better self-esteem, potential improvement in mood, opportunity to make friends, etc.). Will stress the importance of taking medications as prescribed and reducing/eliminating unnecessary sources of stress (which makes symptoms worse and communication more challenging).

Rehab: CM will work to increase member’s motivation by helping him identify positive reasons for working (e.g., greater sense of accomplishment, increased income, better self-esteem, potential improvement in mood, opportunity to make friends, etc.). Will help member learn to distinguish between passive, assertive, and aggressive styles of communication, and role-play mock disagreements with him so he can practice expressing his feelings through appropriate, assertive statements.

Rehab: CM will help member improve his punctuality by using reminders such as an alarm clock, smart phone alerts, and other prompts; and by maintaining a more consistent bedtime. CM will assist member in identifying patterns in his behavior and decision-making that have led to problems at work in the past, with the goal of helping him anticipate and take action on issues before they affect his job performance. 

Rehab: CM will help member identify patterns in his behavior and decision-making that have led to job loss in the past, with the goal of improving his ability to anticipate and take action on issues before they cause problems. Will help member develop a plan for what to do – who to call, when, and in what order – if he feels he may be unable to report to work as scheduled.

Rehab:  CM will teach member techniques for managing disagreements he has with his supervisor, such as disengaging without giving in (i.e., asking for time to think and temporarily excusing himself so that he can regain his composure). Will help member identify patterns in his behavior and decision-making that have led to job loss in the past, with the goal of improving his ability to anticipate and take action on issues before they cause problems.

Rehab: CM will provide coaching, modeling, and prompts to help member develop skills for inquiring about jobs, interviewing, and for dealing with situations he is likely to encounter in the workplace (fixed schedules, deadlines, specific duties, etc.).

Rehab: CM will provide skill building to help member develop positive alternatives to maladaptive behaviors (i.e., improved communication skills, more effective coping skills, improved ability to manage mental illness, etc.).

Rehab: CM will help member explore self-defeating patterns in his behavior and assist him with developing a plan for change going forward. Will teach member de-escalation techniques to help him make better choices, such as deep breathing, journaling, seeking feedback from significant others, participating in peer support groups, and engaging in physical exercise.

Rehab: CM will help member explore self-defeating patterns in her behavior and help her develop a plan for change going forward. Will help member learn to recognize the early warning signs of mania (unable to sleep, takes on significantly more work than usual, begins planning elaborate projects) and assist her with developing a plan for what to do when she observes them.

Rehab: CM will help member explore self-defeating patterns in his behavior and help him develop a plan for change going forward. Will teach member de-escalation techniques to help him make better choices, such as deep breathing, journaling, seeking feedback from significant others, participating in peer support groups, and engaging in physical exercise.

Rehab: CM will help member identify patterns in his behavior and decision-making that have led to legal problems in the past, and help him develop a plan for change going forward. Will teach member to use a day planner, wall calendar, smart phone alerts, and similar devices to help him remember important appointments and prepare for them in advance.

Rehab: CM will help member learn anger management and de-escalation techniques (deep breathing, focusing on breathing, counting to 10, temporarily disengaging, increasing physical exercise, journaling, venting to a trusted friend, etc.). Will help member identify conditions that have led to assaultive behavior in the past, and help him develop a plan for limiting his exposure to them.

Rehab: CM will help member identify patterns in his behavior that have led to legal problems in the past, examine the short- and long-term consequences of choices he has made, and him develop a plan for change going forward.  Will teach member to use a day planner, wall calendar, smart phone alerts, and similar devices to help him remember important dates and times.

Rehab: CM will help member identify behaviors that have led to problems with law enforcement in the past, and explore alternative behaviors that could reduce the likelihood of similar problems going forward. 

Rehab: CM will help member identify behaviors that have led to problems with police in the past, and explore alternative behaviors that could reduce the likelihood of similar problems going forward. Will use modeling and role-play to prepare member to respond appropriately when contact with law enforcement does occur.

Rehab: CM will teach member coping skills such as deep breathing, progressive relaxation, positive mental imagery, physical exercise, venting to a trusted friend, and journaling to manage feelings of anxiety.

Rehab: CM will teach member coping skills such as deep breathing, progressive relaxation, positive mental imagery, physical exercise, venting to a trusted friend, and journaling to manage feelings of anxiety and irritability.

Rehab: CM will help member explore activities that have helped him in the past, such as working; staying busy; pursuing a hobby or area of interest; creating a schedule of daily/weekly activities and sticking to it; getting out of the house every day; spending time with family and friends; attending groups; sharing his feelings with others; and exercising.

Rehab: CM will work to establish trust, use non-judgmental language, express empathy, and use various types of reflection to help member move from denial towards ambivalence (i.e., from the pre-contemplation to the contemplation stage of change).

Rehab: CM will use motivational interviewing to help member resolve ambivalence, elicit change talk, and establish commitment language; will use RCCS skill-building exercises "My Identity" and "My Values" to create cognitive dissonance as an impetus towards change, and "My Spirituality" to help member maintain a sense of meaning in his life.

Rehab: CM will work to strengthen intrinsic motivation (by raising member’s awareness of costs, potential benefits, alignment with stated values, etc.) and help member identify and overcome potential obstacles to change.

Rehab: CM will work to strengthen member’s intrinsic motivation by raising his awareness of the costs of smoking and the benefits of cutting back or quitting altogether. Will teach member skills such as deep breathing, progressive relaxation, and physical exercise to manage feelings of anxiety and restlessness he may experience.

Rehab: CM and Nurse will help member develop a system for remembering what medications should be taken and when they have been taken (e.g., calendar, checklist, dry-erase board, use of blister packs, etc.); will use SOAR (Supportive Choice Making) to help member resolve ambivalence over meeting with his psychiatrist and taking the medications that are prescribed or recommended to him.

Rehab: CM will teach member alternative coping skills for managing feelings of frustration and anger, such as deep breathing, progressive relaxation, positive mental imagery, physical exercise, venting to a trusted friend, and journaling.

Rehab: CM will use RCCS skill-building exercise "Choice Making" to help member recognize the connection between extreme emotions and decisions she later regrets. Will teach alternative coping skills for managing intense emotions, such as deep breathing, progressive relaxation, physical exercise, venting to a trusted friend, participating in groups, and journaling.

Rehab: CM will help member explore self-defeating patterns in her behavior and work to increase her awareness of the consequences of choices she makes. Will teach member more effective ways of coping with depression, such as staying busy, creating a schedule of daily/weekly activities, spending time with friends, attending groups, sharing her feelings with others, and engaging in physical exercise.

Rehab: CM will help member identify self-defeating patterns in her behavior that have led to problems in the past and help her develop a plan for change going forward. Will teach alternative coping skills for managing emotional distress, such as deep breathing, progressive relaxation, physical exercise, venting to a trusted friend, and journaling.

Rehab: CM will help member identify patterns in his behavior that have led to problems in the past, increase awareness of the consequences of choices he makes, and help him develop a plan for change going forward. Will teach alternative coping skills for managing emotional distress, such as deep breathing, progressive relaxation, physical exercise, venting to a trusted friend, and journaling.

Rehab: CM will help member identify self-defeating patterns in her behavior, teach alternative coping skills for managing her symptoms (e.g., deep breathing, physical exercise, venting to a trusted friend, participating/sharing in groups, and journaling), and stress the importance of staying engaged with her treatment team and taking medications as prescribed.

Rehab: CM will help member identify self-defeating patterns in her behavior, teach alternative coping skills for managing symptoms (e.g., deep breathing, exercising, using distraction techniques, reducing exposure to stress), and reinforce the importance of taking medications consistently.

Rehab: CM will help member learn to recognize the early warning signs of mania (unable to sleep, calls friends in the middle of the night, talks more than usual, begins planning elaborate projects) and assist her with developing a plan for what to do when she observes them (alerting significant support persons, using physical exercise and other techniques to discharge excess energy, etc.).

Rehab: CM will use skill-building exercises from the "Building Resiliency" workbook to increase member’s awareness of her strengths, abilities, and accomplishments; improve her self-confidence; increase her motivation to work towards treatment goals; and help her envision positive outcomes.

Rehab: CM will teach member coping skills such as deep breathing, progressive relaxation, positive mental imagery, physical exercise, venting to a trusted friend, and journaling to manage feelings of anxiety.

Rehab: CM will work to establish rapport and trust; use supportive, non-judgmental language; assess willingness to change; and gently work to raise doubts about member’s belief that she does not have a mental illness and has nothing to gain from treatment. Goal is to increase member’s participation in treatment and ability to accomplish treatment goals.

Rehab: CM will teach member relaxation skills such as deep breathing, progressive relaxation, positive mental imagery, physical exercise, venting to a trusted friend, and journaling to discharge excess energy; and strategies to promote sleep such as avoiding late-day consumption of caffeinated beverages and other stimulants, reducing daytime naps, and adhering to a set schedule for bedtime and wake-up.

Rehab: CM will use skill-building exercises from the "Building Resiliency" workbook to increase member’s awareness of his strengths, abilities, and accomplishments; improve his self-confidence; increase his motivation to work towards treatment goals; and help him envision positive outcomes.

Rehab: CM will use skill-building exercises from the "Building Resiliency" workbook to help member envision positive outcomes, such as reduced dependency on others and increased self-esteem, to strengthen his motivation to work towards treatment goals. Will teach member relaxation techniques to manage anxiety he feels around strangers, and use modeling and role-play to improve social/interpersonal skills. Will provide praise and positive reinforcement when member engages in desired behaviors.

Rehab: CM will teach member strategies for falling asleep and staying asleep, such as avoiding caffeine and energy drinks, reducing late-day stimulation (e.g., video games, TV, loud music), taking medications as prescribed, and adhering to a set bedtime schedule. Will help member create a plan for what to do if he cannot sleep, such as listening to music on his headphones or identifying a quiet place where he can pace and walk-off excess energy without disturbing others.

Rehab: CM will help member learn to recognize when her symptoms are getting worse and help her create a plan of action for those situations (i.e., what to do, who to call, in what order, etc.). Will teach member skills for reducing/controlling her symptoms, such as remembering to take her medications in the right amounts, at the right times; identifying and eliminating unnecessary sources of stress, and learning self-calming techniques.

Rehab: CM will help member learn to recognize when his symptoms are getting worse and help him create a plan of action for those situations (i.e., what to do, who to call, in what order, etc.). Will teach member skills for reducing/controlling his symptoms, such as remembering to take his medications in the right amounts, at the right times; identifying and eliminating unnecessary sources of stress, and learning self-calming techniques.

Rehab: CM will assist member with developing skills for managing his A/H, such as remembering to take his medications in the right amounts, at the right times; identifying and eliminating unnecessary sources of stress; engaging in physical exercise; using distraction techniques such as listening to music on his headphones; and reaching out to his treatment team and/or supportive others if his voices are becoming more prominent.  

Rehab: CM will work to establish trust with member, teach him strategies for testing his beliefs, and provide positive reinforcement for his willingness to consider alternative explanations for the distressing thoughts and feelings he has.  Will teach member skills for managing his symptoms, such as remembering to take his medications in the right amounts, at the right times; and identifying and eliminating unnecessary sources of stress, as this is known to make his symptoms worse.

Rehab: CM will assist member with developing skills for managing her symptoms, such as remembering to take her medications in the right amounts, at the right times; reaching out to her treatment team and/or supportive others if her voices are getting louder or more frequent; and identifying and eliminating unnecessary sources of stress, as this is known to make her symptoms worse.

Rehab: CM will help member identify triggering situations and explore ways of avoiding and/or limiting her exposure to them; will teach relaxation techniques such as thought-stopping and deep breathing to help her cope with anxiety and feelings of panic; will use skill-building exercises from the “Building Resiliency” workbook to increase member’s awareness of her strengths and abilities, and improve her self-confidence.

Rehab: CM will use skill-building exercises from the "Building Resiliency" workbook to increase member’s awareness of her strengths, abilities, and accomplishments; improve her self-confidence; and increase her motivation to work towards treatment goals. Will help member identify triggers to panic, explore ways of avoiding and/or limiting her exposure to them, and teach coping skills for managing anxiety.

Rehab: CM will work to raise awareness of the value of consistent engagement; will provide coaching to help member gain proficiency with scheduling appointments and using public transportation; will help member develop a system for remembering important dates and times (e.g., using a day planner, wall calendar, or smart phone alerts; having a close friend or family member assist by sending reminder texts; calling in at regular intervals to confirm upcoming appointments, etc.).

Rehab: CM will help member explore recurring patterns in her decision-making and the consequences of the resulting behaviors; will provide skill-building to help member manage feelings of anger and resist urges to act impulsively; will use skill-building exercises from the "Anger" workbook to improve problem-solving and choice-making skills.

Rehab: CM will help member explore patterns in his decision-making and the consequences of the resulting behaviors; will assist member in weighing the imagined risks and potential benefits of discussing his concerns with his doctor; will provide skill-building to help member develop positive alternatives to maladaptive behaviors (i.e., improved communication skills, more effective problem-solving skills, etc.).

Rehab: CM will work to increase member’s awareness of patterns in his decision-making that have contributed to problems in the past, and teach him to use SOAR (Supportive Choice Making) to make better decisions going forward. Will use skill-building exercises from the "Building Resiliency" workbook to help member envision positive outcomes and increase his motivation to engage with his treatment team and work towards treatment goals.

Rehab: CM will help member develop a system for remembering what medications should be taken and when they have been taken (e.g., calendar, checklist, dry-erase board, request for blister packs, etc.); will use SOAR (Supportive Choice Making) to help member resolve ambivalence over meeting with psychiatrist and taking the medications that are prescribed or recommended to him.

Rehab: CM will work to increase awareness of patterns in member’s behavior and decision-making that may have contributed to health issues in the past, and assist him with developing a system for remembering what medications should be taken and when they have been taken (e.g., calendar, checklist, dry-erase board, blister packs, etc.).

Rehab: CM will work to increase member’s awareness of patterns in his decision-making that have contributed to problems in the past, and teach him to use SOAR (Supportive Choice Making) to help him make better decisions going forward. Will use skill-building exercises from the “Building Resiliency” workbook to help member envision positive outcomes and increase his motivation to work towards treatment goals.

Rehab: CM will teach member to use SOAR (Supportive Choice Making) to help him make better decisions regarding self-care, and relaxation techniques such as deep breathing, positive mental imagery, and positive self-statements to help him manage the anxiety he feels when going to the doctor’s office.

Rehab: CM will use skill-building exercises from the "Wellness Lifestyle" and "Practical Life Skills" workbooks to increase member’s awareness of the importance of following his PCP’s recommendations regarding maintaining proper weight, participating in regular exercise, getting enough sleep, engaging in physical activity, avoiding risky behavior, and restricting his intake of harmful substances.

Rehab: CM will work to increase awareness of patterns in member’s behavior and decision-making that have contributed to problems in the past, and assist him with developing a system for remembering what medications should be taken, when he has taken them, and when he needs to call for a refill (e.g., blister packs, calendar, dry-erase board, smart phone alerts, etc.).

Rehab: CM will work to raise awareness of the value of consistent self-care; will use coaching, supervised practice, and positive reinforcement to help member gain proficiency with scheduling; will help member develop a plan for self-monitoring (e.g., using a calendar to provide reminders, establishing a contact person at her doctor’s office to touch bases with, etc.).

 

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