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Child Abuse Treatment Case Study.

Child Abuse Treatment Case Study.

Child Abuse Treatment Case Study.

Explore the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families website, paying specific attention to the sections regarding child abuse.  Review the Child Abuse Treatment Case Study.  Complete the Child Abuse Treatment Plan Template.


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PCN-545 Treatment Plan Template

Directions: Complete the treatment plan template for the case study of Marisa. An example has been provided for you. Once the table is completed, address the questions listed below the table. Your response to each question should be 100-125 words. You must cite the specific legal standards of the state in which you plan to practice when answering the questions.



Date Problem Statement Goal Objective Length of Service Goal Date
When was this goal created?


In the clients own words :

“I want to worry less”


In clinical words, what will it look like by the end of treatment? Relate back to the problem statement.

Client will reduce worry from daily to weekly


What methods of treatment and frequency will you use to achieve treatment goals?

Weekly talk therapy meetings. Weekly DBT

How long will treatment be?

Client will attend individual therapy for 8 weeks; client will attend group therapy for 13

When will this particular goal be achieved?

Client reduce worry from daily to weekly by 3/15/17









Client Name: <Enter Client name>

Date Problem Statement Goal Objective Length of Service Goal Date
Client Signature and Date
Counselor Signature and Date









1. At what point will you report Marisa’s situation to the state? (use the state in which you plan to practice)





2. If you were to report the situation, where would you report it (e.g., agency/organization)? Why?





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