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The Severe and
Persistent Mental Illness
Complete Adult Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, Fourth Edition
Child Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, Fourth Edition
Adolescent Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, Fourth Edition
Addiction Treatment Planner, Third Edition
Continuum of Care Treatment Planner
Couples Psychotherapy Treatment Planner
Employee Assistance Treatment Planner
Pastoral Counseling Treatment Planner
Older Adult Psychotherapy Treatment Planner
Behavioral Medicine Treatment Planner
Group Therapy Treatment Planner
Gay and Lesbian Psychotherapy Treatment Planner
Family Therapy Treatment Planner
Severe and Persistent Mental Illness Treatment Planner, Second Edition
Mental Retardation and Developmental Disability Treatment Planner
Social Work and Human Services Treatment Planner
Crisis Counseling and Traumatic Events Treatment Planner
Personality Disorders Treatment Planner
Rehabilitation Psychology Treatment Planner
Special Education Treatment Planner
Juvenile Justice and Residential Care Treatment Planner
School Counseling and School Social Work Treatment Planner
Sexual Abuse Victim and Sexual Offender Treatment Planner
Probation and Parole Treatment Planner
Psychopharmacology Treatment Planner
Speech-Language Pathology Treatment Planner
Suicide and Homicide Treatment Planner
College Student Counseling Treatment Planner
Parenting Skills Treatment Planner
Early Childhood Intervention Treatment Planner
Co-Occurring Disorders Treatment Planner
Complete Women’s Psychotherapy Treatment Planner
Progress Notes Planners
Child Psychotherapy Progress Notes Planner, Third Edition
Adolescent Psychotherapy Progress Notes Planner, Third Edition
Adult Psychotherapy Progress Notes Planner, Third Edition
Addiction Progress Notes Planner, Second Edition
Severe and Persistent Mental Illness Progress Notes Planner, Second Edition
Couples Psychotherapy Progress Notes Planner
Family Therapy Progress Notes Planner
Brief Couples Therapy Homework Planner
Brief Employee Assistance Homework Planner
Brief Family Therapy Homework Planner
Grief Counseling Homework Planner
Group Therapy Homework Planner
Divorce Counseling Homework Planner
School Counseling and School Social Work Homework Planner
Child Therapy Activity and Homework Planner
Addiction Treatment Homework Planner, Third Edition
Adolescent Psychotherapy Homework Planner II
Adolescent Psychotherapy Homework Planner, Second Edition
Adult Psychotherapy Homework Planner, Second Edition
Child Psychotherapy Homework Planner, Second Edition
Parenting Skills Homework Planner
Client Education Handout Planners
Adult Client Education Handout Planner
Child and Adolescent Client Education Handout Planner
Couples and Family Client Education Handout Planner
The Complete Depression Treatment and Homework Planner
The Complete Anxiety Treatment and Homework Planner
Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr., Series Editor
The Severe and
Persistent Mental Illness
David J. Berghuis
Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.
Timothy J. Bruce, Contributing Editor
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To my wife, Barbara, for whom my love grows every day, and to my children,
Katherine and Michael, who make me proud.
—David J. Berghuis
To Tom Van Wylen and Mary Boll, two friends who have stepped forward to
show their support for those who work with clients struggling with severe and
persistent mental illness. Thank you and God bless you.
—Arthur E. Jongsma, Jr.
To all of those individuals who struggle with severe mental problems and to all
of the individuals who dedicate their lives to helping them.
—Timothy J. Bruce
PracticePlanners® Series Preface
Sample Treatment Plan
Activities of Daily Living (ADL)
Grief and Loss
Independent Activities of Daily Living (IADL)
Intimate Relationship Conflicts
Mania or Hypomania
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
indicates that the Objective/Intervention is consistent with those found in evidence-based
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Social Skills Deficits
Specific Fears and Avoidance
Appendix A: Bibliotherapy Suggestions
Appendix B: References for Evidence-Based Chapters
Appendix C: Index of DSM-IV-TR Codes
Associated with Presenting Problems
PRACTICEPLANNERS ® SERIES PREFACE
Accountability is an important dimension of the practice of psychotherapy.
Treatment programs, public agencies, clinics, and practitioners must justify and
document their treatment plans to outside review entities in order to be reimbursed for services. The books and software in the PracticePlanners® series are
designed to help practitioners fulfill these documentation requirements efficiently
The PracticePlanners® series includes a wide array of treatment-planning
books, including not only the original Complete Adult Psychotherapy Treatment
Planner, Child Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, and Adolescent Psychotherapy Treatment Planner, all now in their fourth editions, but also Treatment Planners targeted to a wide range of specialty areas of practice, including:
Early childhood education
Gays and lesbians
Juvenile justice and residential care
Mental retardation and developmental disability
PRACTICEPLANNERS ® SERIES PREFACE
Probation and parole
Severe and persistent mental illness
Sexual abuse victims and offenders
Suicide and homicide risk assessment
In addition, there are three branches of companion books that can be used in conjunction with the Treatment Planners, or on their own:
• Progress Notes Planners provide a menu of progress statements that
elaborate on the client’s symptom presentation and the provider’s
therapeutic intervention. Each Progress Notes Planner statement is
directly integrated with the behavioral definitions and therapeutic interventions from its companion Treatment Planner.
• Homework Planners include homework assignments designed
around each presenting problem (e.g., anxiety, depression, chemical
dependence, anger management, eating disorders, or panic disorder)
that is the focus of a chapter in its corresponding Treatment Planner.
• Client Education Handout Planners provide brochures and handouts
to help educate and inform clients on presenting problems and mental
health issues, as well as life skills techniques. The handouts are included on CD-ROMs for easy printing from your computer and are
ideal for use in waiting rooms, at presentations, as newsletters, or as
information for clients struggling with mental illness issues. The topics covered by these handouts correspond to the presenting problems
in the Treatment Planners.
The series also includes:
• TheraScribe® , the best-selling treatment-planning and clinical recordkeeping software system for mental health professionals. TheraScribe®
allows the user to import the data from any of the Treatment Planner,
Progress Notes Planner, or Homework Planner books into the software’s expandable database to simply point and click to create a detailed, organized, individualized, and customized treatment plan along
with optional integrated progress notes and homework assignments.
PRACTICEPLANNERS ® SERIES PREFACE
Adjunctive books, such as The Psychotherapy Documentation Primer and
The Clinical Documentation Sourcebook contain forms and resources to aid the
clinician in mental health practice management.
The goal of our series is to provide practitioners with the resources they need
in order to provide high-quality care in the era of accountability. To put it simply:
We seek to help you spend more time on patients and less time on paperwork.
ARTHUR E. JONGSMA JR.
Grand Rapids, Michigan
A variety of people should be acknowledged for their assistance in developing
this Planner. First, the clients who have been willing to share their lives and troubles have taught us more than can be written. Several staff members of the
Community Mental Health Centers in Ionia County and Newaygo County (both
in Michigan) have either knowingly or unknowingly provided feedback and ideas
throughout the unfolding of this project. While developing the first edition of this
Planner, the authors were also involved in the writing of The Mental Retardation
and Developmental Disability Treatment Planner, with Kellye Slaggert. Many
ideas developed for that Planner were adapted for this one. Barbara Berghuis,
wife of the primary author, and a case manager herself, was instrumental in developing and critiquing the manuscript throughout the process. The library staff
of Calvin College and Seminary were invaluable in their assistance while researching material for this project.
This second edition has been improved beyond measure by the guidance and
contribution of Dr. Tim Bruce. He has been our well-informed expert on the evidence-based content that exists in the professional literature. Thank you, Tim.
Sue Rhoda, our manuscript manager, has been a wonderful assistant who has
very efficiently kept all the details organized, allowing us to submit a final product that has been polished by her professional hand. Thank you, Sue.
No project this large gets completed without other priorities being rearranged. The willingness of our families to allow us to take the time to bring this
idea to fruition is very much appreciated. It is their support and guidance that
have allowed us to help others. The editorial staff at John Wiley & Sons has consistently provided us with supremely competent encouragement and guidance for
which we are grateful.
A. E. J.
D. J. B.
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