cpss385 | undergraduate
Case Planning And Case Management
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Case Planning and Case Management
- Determine necessary referrals for treatment.
- Differentiate between models of case management.
- Propose a comprehensive treatment plan for a client.
Special Considerations for the Correctional System
- Explain the role of the case manager in monitoring and evaluating services.
- Describe the process for evaluating outcomes and determining future services.
- Examine the role of dynamic factors and static criminal history in case management.
Overview of Case Management and the Helping Process
- Explain the different roles and responsibilities of a case manager.
- Describe the phases of the helping process.
- Apply the strengths-based approach to the helping process.
Assessment and Interviewing
- Describe the stages in the assessment process.
- Describe the role of interviewing skills in case management assessment.
- Determine effective interviewing techniques.
Assessing Client Needs
- Examine the process of assessing client needs.
- Describe factors that promote and motivate change for clients in the corrections setting.
- Determine services, resources, and supports for specific client needs.
- Describe the process for setting goals with clients.
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