This assignment contains four parts, as identified and described below. Please include four subheadings in your paper that clearly identifies each part. In a 1,500-1,750-word paper, include the following:
Part 1: Intake Read and review the Eliza intake document. Assess how you would use the Level 01 Cross-Cutting Measure (CCM-1), in addition to what specific questions would need to be answered by the end of the biopsychosocial assessment.
Part 2: Biopsychosocial Assessment Review the completed biopsychosocial assessment for Eliza. Provide an assessment related to client symptomology along with a DSM and ICD diagnosis based on client assessment. Provide the initial treatment goals and plan.
Part 3: Treatment Planning Determine what Level 02 Cross-Cutting Measure (CCM-2) you would utilize in future sessions based on the information provided. Identify one additional assessment outside of those provided by the APA that would measure what the future counselor is attempting to assess based on treatment goals/plan. Describe how you would convey the assessment findings to the client and family. Include how you would prioritize the needs and formulate agreed upon outcomes, measures, and strategies.
Part 4: Referral Identify any possible referrals you might make and how you might address them with your client. How would you know who to make referrals to and how would you follow up with the referral after you make it?
Be sure to include three to five scholarly resources in your paper.
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.
You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. Please refer to the directions in the Student Success Center.
TEST BOOK AND HIPPAA REFERENCE:
Schwitzer, A. M., & Rubin, L. C. (2014). Diagnosis and treatment planning skills: A popular culture approach (2nd ed.). Los Angeles, CA: Sage Publications. ISBN-13: 9781483349763
U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, (2017). HIPAA for Professionals. Retrieved from