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Having identified they key issues that need to be address
(Diagnosis), we now move to the Application Stage. In this stage we
connect the identified needs with specific action. It should be noted
that not all treatment plans should be planned in isolation, like in the
development of this case. Commonly, the treatment plan is built through
a collaborative process, which allows the client to take a level of
ownership in the process.

The key to developing an effective treatment plan is by ensuring that
your etiology is on track. If you have truly identified the root
problem and therefore can develop a treatment plan that addresses that
root problem, you are more likely to address the need of a client. If
not, the treatment plan may merely provide some relief, but not truly
provide healing or restoration to the client. Think of it like
gardening. Weeds will always continue to grow until the root has been
dealt with. Pulling weeds may make the garden look nice for a time, but
if the root is still there, the weed will return.

According to the Rubric, your Treatment Plan needs to be relevant to
the symptoms, the desired outcomes, and include short and long-term
goals (action steps). Be careful to not just copy and paste a common or
generic treatment plan. You will want to make sure that the plan you
create would be specific to the person in the case. You can do this by
sighting specific elements of the case.

You will also need to be careful to not be too general. Stating
something like, “The client needs to get involved with a church family”,
does not provide a path toward that end. Part of creating short and
long-term goals, is about creating the path (steps) that must be taken.
So, to reach an end like “getting involved with a church family, may
include the following:

As part of your treatment plan, you will also need to provide a
prognosis. For this analysis, a prognosis is a description of what you
believe will happen in response to the treatment. At face value, this
may seem assumed in the treatment plan, but prognoses are not always so
clear. An example might be an individual wrestling alcoholism. A
treatment plan that would result in the cessation of excessive drinking
can lead to a prognosis that includes a lot more than just than the
positive outcome of no more excessive drinking. As a counselor, you need
to consider how the cessation of that behavior may affect the
individual. Think about the changes in social settings, adjustments in
social relationships, the absence of a sure coping method, the influx of
extra cash, as well as a myriad of other issues that will result. Thus
the prognosis needs to include more than just the direct outcome sought
after, but a reasonable evaluation of how the modifications will affect
the life of the individual, including adjustments that the individual
will need to make in order to maintain balance.

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