Provider's Handbook for Assessing Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Clients: Progress and Change Evaluation (PACE) Monitor

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Overview

Handbook of Assessing and Treating Substance Abuse and Criminal Conduct:The Progress and Change Evaluation (PACE) Monitor is an instructive guide that helps agencies and providers assess, monitor and evaluate the change and progress made by criminal justice clients at the beginning, during and after treatment. The guide contains dozens of instruments used to assess and evaluate clients, along with a description of each item and instructions on how to score and interpret it. It was created to be used in conjunction with the Criminal Conduct and Substance Abuse Treatment: Strategies for Self Improvement and Change curriculum, but the instruments are general enough that they can be used separately and with other curriculums as well. The tools provided in this book will be highly useful for anyone working with clients with co-occurring issues of substance abuse and criminal conduct.

SAGE offers treatment and training programs for mental health providers that you can easily incorporate into your existing programs. Visit www.sagepub.com/satreatments to learn more about these treatment and training programs.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781412979702
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 11/12/2009
  • Pages: 194
  • Product dimensions: 8.40 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Kenneth W. Wanberg, Th D, Ph D, has academic concentrations in biology, mathematics, clinical psychology, psychology of religion, psychometrics, quantitative analysis, and interpersonal communication and the psychology of spoken language. He worked as a counselor and clinical psychologist with the Division of Youth Corrections, State of Colorado for 17 years. He has been doing clinical work for 50 years and has had a private practice for 40 years. He has worked as a clinician and researcher in the field of alcohol and drug abuse for over 40 years and in the field of criminal conduct and substance abuse for over 25 years.

Harvey B. Milkman, Ph D received his baccalaureate degree from City College of New York and his doctorate from Michigan State University. He is currently professor of psychology at Metropolitan State College of Denver. His doctoral research was conducted with William Frosch, MD, at Bellevue Psychiatric Hospital in New York City, on the User’s Drug of Choice. From 1980–1981, he completed a sabbatical exploration of addictive behavior in Africa, India, and Southeast Asia; in 1985 he was recipient of a Fulbright-Hays Lectureship award at the National University of Malaysia. He has represented the United States Information Agency as a consultant and featured speaker in Australia, Brazil, Iceland, The Netherlands, Peru, Turkey, and Yugoslavia. He is principle author with Stanley Sunderwirth of “The Chemistry of Craving,” and author of “Better than Dope,” featured articles in Psychology Today, October, 1983 and April, 2001 respectively. From September 1992–June 2002, he was author, principal investigator, and director of Project Self-Discovery: Artistic Alternatives for High-Risk Youth, a national demonstration model funded by The Center for Substance Abuse Prevention and the Edward Byrne Foundation.

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Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction and Overview of the PACE Monitor
What is the PACE Monitor?
Who Would Use PACE?
How is PACE to be Used?
Overview of This Handbook
The Convergent Validation Model
Overview of Instruments and Scoring Guidelines
Understanding and Reading Instrument Scores
Restrictive Use
Resources for Specific Instruments
Agency Limitations as to the use of PACE
Automated PACE: The A-PACE Manager
Review
PART I: METHODS, PROCEDURES, AND INSTRUMENTS USED IN THE PROGRESS AND CHANGE EVALUATION (PACE) MONITOR
Ch 1. Differential Screening, Intake, and Admission
Overview
Risk Level Assessment
Adult Self-Assessment Questionnaire (Ad SAQ): Motivation and Readiness to Change
Adult Substance Use Survey-Revised (ASUS-R): Evaluating AOD use and Other Assessment Domains
Personal Data Questionnaire (PDQ)
Treatment Assessment Questionnaire (TAQ): Motivation, Self-Control, and Response to Treatment
Rating Current Status Scales (RCSS)
Review
Ch 2. Differential and Comprehensive Assessment
Overview
Adult Self-Assessment Profile - ADSAP
Rating Adult Problems Scale (RAPS)
Cognitive Assessment
The Master Profile (MP) and Master Assessment Plan (MAP)
Review
Ch 3. Measuring Progress and Change During Treatment
Overview
Expected Change
Program Attendance Record - PAR
Client Program Response (CPR)
Re-Surveying of the TAQ
SSC Phase I Review Guide (Phase I-RG)
Re-Surveying of Differential Screening and Comprehensive Assessment Instruments
Tracking the Pace Surveying and Re-Surveying Process
Summarizing Re-Survey Instruments and Schedules
The Maser Profile (MP) and Master Assessment Plan (MAP)
Review
Ch 4. Treatment Closure and Immediate Treatment Outcome
Overview
Defining Different Treatment Closure Scenarios
Summary of the PACE Program Closure Process and Instruments
Program Closure Inventory- Client (PCI-I) and Provider (PCI-P)
Re-Survey of the TAQ and RCSS
Administration of Other Instruments at Program Closure
Closure Interview
Review
Ch 5. Change Maintenance Monitoring and Follow-Up Assessment
Overview
Defining Different Post-Treatment Follow-up Assessment Scenarios
Follow-up Assessment During Incarceration
Community Monitoring and Follow-up Assessment
Completing the FAQ Part II - Evaluator Ratings
Judicial Systems Survey
Administration of Other Instruments at Follow-up
Review
PART II: INSTRUMENTS AND SURVEYS USED IN THE PACE MONITOR
Ch 6. Instruments and Surveys Used in Differential Screening
Adult Substance Use Survey-Revised (ASUS-R)
Adult Substance Use Survey-Revised (ASUS-R) Profile A
Adult Substance Use Survey-Revised (ASUS-R) Profile B
Adult Substance Use Survey-Revised (ASUS-R) Profile C
Adult Self-Assessment Questionnaire (Ad SAQ)
Personal Data Questionnaire (PDQ)
Treatment Assessment Questionnaire I (TAQ I)
Treatment Assessment Questionnaire II (TAQ II)
Treatment Assessment Questionnaire I and II - Answer Sheet
Treatment and Assessment Questionnaire I and II Profile - Basic Scales
Treatment Assessment Questionnaire I and II Profile - Supplemental Scales
Rating Current Status Scales (RCSS)
Rating Current Status Scales (RCSS) Profile
Ch 7. Instruments and Surveys Used in Comprehensive Assessment
Adult Self-Assessment Profile (ADSAP)
Adult Self-Assessment Profile Answer Sheet
Rating Adult Problems Scales (RAPS)
Adult Clinical Assessment (ADSAP and RAPS) Profiles Summary
Guidelines for Assessing Severity Levels and Treatment Needs
Cognitive Assessment Guide (CAG)
Ch 8. Instruments and Surveys Used in Evaluation Progress and Change
Group Attendance Roster
Individual Program Attending Record (PAR) Phase I
Individual Program Attending Record (PAR) Phase II
Individual Program Attending Record (PAR) Phase I and Phase II Profile
Individual Program Attending Record (PAR) Phase III
Individual Program Attending Record (PAR) Phase III Profile
Client Program Response - Client (CPR-C)
Client Program Response - Provider (CPR-P)
Client Program Response - Client (CPR-C) Phase I Profile
Client Program Response - Provider (CPR-P) Phase I Profile
Client Program Response - Client (CPR-C) Phase II Profile
Client Program Response - Provider (CPR-P) Phase II Profile
Client Program Response - Client (CPR-C) Phase III Profile
Client Program Response - Provider (CPR-P) Phase III Profile
Phase I Review Guide (Phase I-RG)
Ch 9. Treatment Closure Instruments
Program Closure Inventory - Client (PCI-C)
Program Closure Inventory - Provider (PCI-P)
Program Closure Inventory - Client (PCI-C) and Provider (PCI-P) Profiles
Ch 10. Treatment Closure Instruments
Follow-up Assessment Questionnaire Part I (FAQ-I) Part I
Follow-up Assessment Questionnaire Part II (FAQ-II)
Follow-up Assessment Questionnaire Part I Profile
Follow-up Assessment Questionnaire Part II Profile
Judicial System Survey (JSS)
Master Individual Client Survey Record
Group Survey Record
References
About the Authors

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