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Transcript
Number
Problem
Elevated Mood
Related to:
 history of mental illness
 mood swings
 medication
noncompliance
 sensory overload
As evidenced by:
 labile affect
 impaired judgment
 pressured speech
 racing thoughts
 expansive mood
 euphoria
 decreased concentration
 impulsivity
 flight of ideas
 grandiosity
 increased activity
 decreased need for sleep
 bizarre dress and
grooming
 psychomotor agitation
 other: ______________
___________________
 other: ______________
______________________
Date
ID
Goals and Objectives
Projected
Achieved
Date
Date
Actually
Achieved
Clinical Interventions
Approaches, Modality, Provider, & Frequency
Long-Term Goals:
 1. Patient will achieve controlled behavior,
moderated mood and affect, and less impulsive
speech prior to discharge.
 2. Other: __________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
1. Group Psychotherapy ____x/day, ___ days/week,
for one hour each. Therapist
2. Educational Group ____x/day, ___ days/week, for
one hour each. Nurse/Therapist
3. Prescribe and adjust psychotropic meds. MD
Short-Term Goals/Objectives:

a. Patient will take meds as prescribed x1 week.
4. Monitor patient’s response to psychotropic
medications ongoing. MD, Nurse

b. Patient will verbalize need and commitment
to continue taking prescribed psychotropic
meds after discharge.
5. Build trust and establish therapeutic rapport
with patient. All staff

c. Patient will sleep 5 or more hours per night
for ____ consecutive days.
6. Monitor and record patients mood, behavior,
appetite, sleeping patterns, and medication
compliance. All staff

d. Patient will speak ______% slower and be
_____% more subject focused for _____
consecutive days.

e. Patient will establish a balance of fluids,
nutrition, activity, rest, and sleep for ____
consecutive days.

f. Patient will pay attention to dressing and
grooming appropriately, not in an attentiongetting manner.

g. Patient will decrease impulsivity in action –
i.e., not engaging in self-destructive
behaviors such as overspending, promiscuity,
substance abuse, or use of profane language.

h. Other: ______________________________
__________________________________
__________________________________
6. Other:
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
Revised Goals/Objectives
________________________________
________________________________
________________________________
________________________________
________________________________
________________________________
________________________________
________________________________
________________________________
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________________________________
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MULTIDISCIPLINARY INTEGRATED TREATMENT PLAN
*Status Key Denotes: A=Achieved, D=Deferred, E=Extended, and R=Revised.
June 2006