MY Master Treatment Plan?
Updated: Oct 28, 2018
In school, learning to become a therapist, we learn we must help our clients/patients create and develop their master treatment plan. A master treatment plan is like a guide or map to their treatment; it includes all of the goals and objectives a client/patient plans to achieve and work on during their time in therapy. Some goals and objectives include gaining pro-social life skills, mending a marriage, treating an addiction - in essence, working on behaviors and habits you no longer want to have, behaviors and habits you want to have, or both.
With all of this said, I'm giving myself my 'master treatment plan'... My goals here include
1. Helping you see and feel you’re not alone. Helping you feel connected to me.
2. Staying consistent in my commitment and presence to you.
3. Creating a community of women who can support each other and be a beautiful mirror for one another.
4. Guiding families, couples, and individuals to reconnection and helping women with their addictions (Affinities).
"Review your goals twice every day in order to be focused on achieving them." - Les Brown