Trauma Treatment Center
Provide clinical treatment to clients and their families through trauma informed clinical modalities such as: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Child Parent Psychotherapy (CPP), Play therapy, Theraplay, Circle of Security Treatment Strategies, Nurturing Parenting Curriculum, Art Therapy, Sand Tray or Sand Play Therapy, Co-parenting, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and other TTC approved Modalities. Begin a therapeutic relationship with the patient or caregivers in the intake process. TTC’s standard intake process will take 1-3 sessions. Therapists must ensure the intake is filled out entirely. Therapist must assign a working diagnosis after the intake. IF their therapist feels the original diagnosis needs to be updated, they may do so with justifications throughout client’s treatment. Perform a thorough assessment of patient and/or family through the use of TESI (Trauma Experience Screening Inventory), LSC (Life Stressor Checklist), videotaped assessments (MIM or CROWELL), Post=Traumatic Checklist (PCL), The Children’s Impact of Events Scale 13 (CRIES-13) and Adult Attachment Inventory or other approved instruments. The Therapist will create a full and complete treatment plan (please refer to Employee Handbook) with the patient and/or caregivers. This will be presented to the patient and/or caregivers after treatment plan session and will need to be signed off on and added into the clients file. The treatment plan will need to be re-evaluated and sign by client and/or caregiver’s every 90 days. The therapist will create and maintain accurate and current documentation of each session through the TTC electronic medical records system. The session note will be completed within 24 hours of when the session was conducted. The clinical therapist will sign the note for the supervisor to review and approve. The supervisor will then sign the note if the note is accurate and complete.
Name: Monica Tapia