Ending the Client/Case Manager Relationship
: Ending the Client/Case Manager RelationshipOrder Description
Article: Mancini, M. (2007). The role of self-efficacy in recovery from serious psychiatric disabilities: A qualitative study with fifteen psychiatric survivors. Qualitative Social Work, 6(1), 49–74.
Retrieved from the Walden Library using the Academic Search Complete database.
Article: Swarbrick, P., Hutchinson, D. S., & Gill, K. (2008). The quest for optimal health: Can education and training cure what ails us? International Journal of Mental Health, 37(2), 69–88.
Retrieved from the Walden Library using the ProQuest Central database.
To Prepare for this Assignment:
Review Chapter 9, “Challenges and Visions.” Focus on the strategies described.
***Review the article, “The Quest for Optimal Health: Can Education and Training Cure What Ails Us?” Consider the implications described for “self-directed recovery.” during Week 4, in which you located resources and agencies in your community to find assistance for your clients.
***Review the article, “The Role of Self–Efficacy in Recovery From Serious Psychiatric Disabilities: A Qualitative Study With Fifteen Psychiatric Survivors.” Focus on the findings concerning the preparation of clients for recovery and reintegration.
Consider the ways that your clients’ cases may have progressed.
Think about how you might translate your clients’ experiences into the appropriate language for documentation.
Think about how to terminate your cases based on the progress made by each client.
Develop a plan for the termination of case management services for your virtual clients.
Explain one way the case management process has resulted in recovery, reintegration, or empowerment for your virtual clients.