9 edition of Brief therapy and managed care found in the catalog.
Includes bibliograhpical references (p. 333-405) and indexes.
|Statement||Michael F. Hoyt.|
|LC Classifications||RC480.55 .H68 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 423 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||423|
|LC Control Number||94044548|
The disorders selected are treatable or responsive to brief therapy methods. The therapist or student in training can use this book to identify the elements needed for formulating a treatment plan on disorders typically encountered in This treatment guide is based on selected disorders taken from the American Psychiatric Association DSM-IV /5. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Interviews with Brief Therapy Experts by Michael F. Hoyt (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
The first of its kind, Doing What Works in Brief Therapy is a guidebook to strategic solution focused therapy, a model which combines the principles and techniques of the Mental Research Institute's brief strategic therapy and the Brief Family Therapy Center's solution focused therapy. The book explains how the strategic emphasis on clarification of the problem and interruption of what does. Solution-focused brief therapy is a fairly new approach of counseling that has been found to be useful in various stance, managed health care, which re-sulted as an effort to control high health costs, is a big challenge for those individ- counselors., brief therapy.
This thoroughly revised and updated book provides a strategic and operational resource for use in planning and decision-making. The Handbook enables readers to fine-tune operation strategies by providing updates on critical managed care issues, insights to the complex managed care environment, and methods to gain and maintain cost-efficient, high quality health services.5/5(1). Solution-Oriented Brief Therapy for Adjustment Disorders: A Guide for Providers Under Managed Care Edited by Daniel L. Araoz, Marie A Carrese Paperback £ (RRP: £ save £).
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Welcome. The Journal of Brief Therapy is published twice a year and is devoted to publishing scholarly, peer-reviewed articles on developments, innovations, and research related to all theoretical approaches, techniques, interventions, legislation, social policies, and service delivery systems that deal specifically with or impact on brief (time-limited) psychotherapy and counseling with.
Single session therapy, brief treatment, and managed care, along with benefit limitations with clients are discussed. Cautions and potential problems in managed care are addressed as well. A managed care approach uses the term “catalyst model” to describe the therapist's role and tasks.
“The techniques in solution-focused therapy, as well as its brief design, lend it to fit well within [the insurance] process,” says Kozlowski, who adds that a large managed care company in his part of the country strongly favors SFBT. Solution-focused therapy (SFT or SFBT) is a form of brief therapy that has become widely accepted in the mental health field for a variety of reasons.
Some of the most important reasons are that it is effective with a wide variety of clients while still being mindful of managed care guidelines, regarding cost and number of sessions needed or allowed.
The use of brief intervention and brief therapy techniques has become an increasingly important part of the continuum of care in the treatment of substance abuse problems. With the health care system changing to a managed model of care and with changes in reimbursement policies for substance abuse treatment, these short, problem-specific approaches can be valuable in the treatment of substance.
Depth-Oriented Brief Therapy is written for therapists, psychologists, counselors, social workers, psychiatrists, and other helping professionals who want to meet the challenge of managed care without losing the deeper levels of change traditionally associated with long-termCited by: Moreover, the treatment plan is outlined in a manner that makes reimbursement likely from managed care organizations and insurance companies.
Effective Brief Therapies is useful as a reference for therapists and as a training guide for graduate students. Included and addressed are the following A key theorist and brief description of a behavioral therapy.
A key theorist and brief description of cognitive therapy. A definition of managed care and a description of its purpose. A discussion of how behavioral and cognitive approaches fit into managed care.
A minimum of three scholarly sources. With the advent, some would say the outbreak, of managed care, practicing brief therapy has become singularly important. Brief treat-ment is not just rapid long-term therapy, it carries specific principles of its own that we will learn much more about as we study each chapter.
The book, then, is about couple therapy but also about how to do time. Steve de Shazer and Insoo Kim Berg of the Brief Family Therapy Center in Milwaukee, along with their team, developed solution-focused brief therapy in the early s in response to this observation.
Reach a new stage in brief therapy Is it possible for clinicians to provide in-depth therapy in the cost-conscious, time-limited world of managed care. This groundbreaking book offers clinicians new hope of maintaining professional satisfaction in time-effective practice.
Authors Bruce Ecker and Laurel Hulley provide a practical guide for clinicians on how to work deeply and briefly with.
Brief therapy is an umbrella term for a variety of approaches to psychotherapy that look to bring about therapeutic change within a limited timeframe and or a limited number of sessions, say under 16 sessions.
The approaches emphasise (1) a focus on a specific problem and (2) direct intervention. In brief therapy, the therapist takes responsibility for working more pro-actively with the. In my opinion, the book should have been entitled "constructivist-experiential psychotherapy," as the "brief" part of the title is irrelevant to the model (except in that good and effective psychotherapy should be oriented to relieve the suffering of clients as quickly as possible); and the term "depth" brings to the theoretically sophisticated.
This book is an investigation into which might be the better stories and how they can help clients reach their goals in therapy.
This book contains fifteen essays and interviews written or co-written by Michael Hoyt. The collection represents Dr. Hoyt's recent thinking on helping clients with the brief, future-orientated therapeutic by: Get this from a library.
Solution-oriented brief therapy for adjustment disorders: a guide for providers under managed care. [Daniel L Araoz; Marie A Carrese] -- Solution-Oriented Brief Therapy for Adjustment Disorders provides a working manual for brief, effective treatment for adjustment disorders.
Step by step, it takes the therapist from initial contact. BRIEF’s training programme is the most extensive in the world providing inspiration to front-line workers in health, education and social care as well as to senior executives in both public and private enterprise. BRIEF has delivered training in every corner of the UK as.
It's Not My Therapy--It's the Client's Therapy --A Golfer's Guide to Brief Therapy (With Footnotes for Baseball Fans) --Some Stories Are Better Than Others: A Postmodern Pastiche --Likely Future Trends and Attendant Ethical Concerns Regarding Managed Mental Health Care --Dilemmas of Postmodern Practice Under Managed Care and Some Pragmatics for.
– Michael F. Hoyt, PhD, Author, Some Stories Are Better Than Others, Brief Therapy and Managed Care, Interviews with Brief Therapy Experts, and The Present is a Gift “Illustrated with interesting case examples, witty cartoons, and delightful literary quotes, this imaginative view of solution-focused brief therapy will appeal to beginners as.
Solution-Focused Substance Abuse Treatment describes the standard of care for. Animal Assisted Brief Therapy Animal Assisted Brief Therapy. Pichot, T. Solution-Focused Brief Therapy: Its Effective Use in Agency Settings, by Tales of Solutions: A Collection of Hope-Inspiring Stories by Yvonne Dolan This book provides specific.
Doing What Works in Brief Therapy and Managed Care. Some Stories are Better than Others book. Doing What Works in Brief Therapy and Managed Care. By Michael F. Hoyt. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 21 August Pub. location New York. Imprint : Michael F. Hoyt.
The key defining elements of collaborative care are that health professionals work with primary care providers to serve as care managers and/or behavioral health clinicians, and that these professionals monitor patient treatment adherence and outcomes over time in a systematic manner, and provide feedback to the primary care by: 6.The relationship between managed care and therapy has changed over the last thirty years.
Back in the s, therapy was seen in a positive light where people could address concerns when life threw a curve ball and generally provide enhancement that would lead to greater overall satisfaction.Unlike traditional forms of therapy that take time to analyze problems, pathology and past life events, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) concentrates on finding solutions in the present time.