IDARC works intimately with the customers and their families who face testing mental and mental issues. Following is a standard model which we pursue with an arrangement of customization at whatever point required.
Testing & Assessments
First the client goes through comprehensive assessment through authentic battery of tests with the family helping in briefing about his/her history.
Evidence based Treatment Plans
A panel of physician, psychologist and psychiatrist devise a holistic treatment plan catering to the individual’s age, gender, physical and psychological conditions. Evidence based method for addiction, psychotic and neurotic illnesses is used by integrating individual clinical expertise with patient’s values, and the best research evidence into the decision making process for patient care.
IDARC focuses on therapeutic treatment and discourages long term medicinal dependence. Keeping in mind the unique family dynamics and needs of the clients, tailor-made intervention plans include the whole process of recovery the elements of which are as follows:
Process of discharge planning can be completed by a psychologist, social worker, nurse, case manager, and family members if needed. Ideally, and especially for the most complicated medical conditions, discharge planning is done with a team approach. Many therapies like motivation enhancement therapy, family education and therapy with spiritual insight come into play to ease the transition and strengthen emotional, psychological and social wellbeing of the client.
In general, the basics of a discharge plan are:
Relapse prevention is a cognitive-behavioral approach to relapse with the goal of identifying and preventing high-risk situations. To prevent relapse, emotional wellbeing of the client and his care giver is ensured involving skill enhancement of the client to open his experience to positive emotions like joy and happiness and give him awareness of emotions suggesting life is unpleasant. Client’s human strengths and personal resilience are increased to give a sense of contentment and satisfaction with life. Following key constructs complement our approach towards relapse prevention