This assignment has two parts.
Review the sample behavioral treatment plan provided in the textbook under Table 14.3.
Prepare a similar behavioral treatment plan based on the following individual:
Susan Smithe is a 37-year-old female inmate who is incarcerated for armed robbery. Susan suffers from mental illness. Susan is consistently verbally abusive of prison staff, physically aggressive with other inmates, and self-injures by battering her head, arms, and legs against walls and floors. Her self-injuries often require medical attention. Susan suffers from a fear of being alone and of insects.
While APA style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and documentation of sources should be presented using APA formatting guidelines,
In 750 words, reflect on why your behavioral treatment plan will benefit Susan Smithe.
The reflection should provide a minimum of two to three peer-reviewed resources to support your explanations.
Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.
This assignment uses a scoring guide. Please review the scoring guide prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
Treatment and Management
Read “Treatment and Management,” by Harris, Rice, Quinsey, & Cormier, from Violent Offenders: Appraising and Managing Risk (3rd ed.) (2015).
Clinical Practice: Prevention of Violence in Prison – The Role of Health Care Professionals
Read “Clinical Practice: Prevention of Violence in Prison – The Role of Health Care Professionals,” by Pont, Stöver, Gétaz, Casillas, & Wolff, from Journal of Forensic and Legal Medicine (2015).
Management of Suicidal and Self-Harming Behaviors in Prisons: Systematic Literature Review of Evidence-Based Activities
Read “Management of Suicidal and Self-Harming Behaviors in Prisons: Systematic Literature Review of Evidence-Based Activities,” by Barker, Kõlves & De Leo, from Archives of Suicide Research (2014).