Since it was first published in 1997, The Addiction Treatment Planner
has become the established standard for writing effective and efficient treatment plans in the treatment of addictions. This completely updated guide offers new treatment planning language rooted in evidence based care--as increasingly required by many insurers and funding agencies. Covering 44 of the most commonly seen presenting problems, the book contains over 1,000 pre-written treatment goals, objectives, and interventions organized around main presenting problems for quick reference and easy adaptation. New features in this resource allow practitioners to track patient outcomes, measure patient satisfaction, as well as the convenience of choosing between newer evidence based and traditional "best-practices" treatment approaches.