Case Management: Part I: Principles & Competencies

About this course

Description

This is Part I in the Case Management bundle series which focuses on the fundamental principles and competencies of case management. To learn about the best practices of case management, please view the Case Management: Part II tapas bundle. 

Case management can ensure timely access to and coordination of medical and psychosocial services for individuals and families while considering costs, reducing duplication of services, and improving a range of outcomes. The basic components of case management include outreach, intake, assessment of needs, service planning, referral and linkage to services, advocacy, and ongoing evaluation. This two-part series begins with the mindset and heart set of best practices and continues with the fundamentals of case management services. Several models of case management are considered, alongside representative principles and practices shared by each of these models. Recommendations for maximizing the effectiveness of case management services are also explored.

Meet the Instructor

Scott R Petersen, LCSW, CAC-III, is a faculty member at the Center for Social Innovation and maintains a private consultation and psychotherapy practice in Denver, CO. Scott has been working with people affected by mental health conditions, substance use, and trauma for more than 20 years as an outreach worker, case manager, psychotherapist, clinical supervisor, and program director.

The tapas in this bundle include:

  • Mindset & heartiest of best practices (7 mins)
  • Understanding case management (9 mins)
  • Essential components of case management services (9 mins)
  • Does case management work? (6 mins)
  • Case management models (7 mins)
  • The strengths based approach (8 mins)
  • Core competencies (8 mins)

Bundle facts:

  • Estimated length: 54 minutes
  • Subject: Case management
  • Course type: Self-paced, short video tutorials
  • Covered topics: Case management, ACT, CTI, strengths based approaches, Motivational Interviewing, harm reduction, trauma-informed care

Curriculum

  • Mindset & Heartset of Best Practices
  • Understanding Case Management
  • Essentials Components of Case Management
  • Does case management work?
  • Case Management Models
  • The Strengths Based Approach
  • Core Compentencies
  • Bundle Handout Packet
  • Bundle Resources
  • Evaluation

About this course

Description

This is Part I in the Case Management bundle series which focuses on the fundamental principles and competencies of case management. To learn about the best practices of case management, please view the Case Management: Part II tapas bundle. 

Case management can ensure timely access to and coordination of medical and psychosocial services for individuals and families while considering costs, reducing duplication of services, and improving a range of outcomes. The basic components of case management include outreach, intake, assessment of needs, service planning, referral and linkage to services, advocacy, and ongoing evaluation. This two-part series begins with the mindset and heart set of best practices and continues with the fundamentals of case management services. Several models of case management are considered, alongside representative principles and practices shared by each of these models. Recommendations for maximizing the effectiveness of case management services are also explored.

Meet the Instructor

Scott R Petersen, LCSW, CAC-III, is a faculty member at the Center for Social Innovation and maintains a private consultation and psychotherapy practice in Denver, CO. Scott has been working with people affected by mental health conditions, substance use, and trauma for more than 20 years as an outreach worker, case manager, psychotherapist, clinical supervisor, and program director.

The tapas in this bundle include:

  • Mindset & heartiest of best practices (7 mins)
  • Understanding case management (9 mins)
  • Essential components of case management services (9 mins)
  • Does case management work? (6 mins)
  • Case management models (7 mins)
  • The strengths based approach (8 mins)
  • Core competencies (8 mins)

Bundle facts:

  • Estimated length: 54 minutes
  • Subject: Case management
  • Course type: Self-paced, short video tutorials
  • Covered topics: Case management, ACT, CTI, strengths based approaches, Motivational Interviewing, harm reduction, trauma-informed care

Curriculum

  • Mindset & Heartset of Best Practices
  • Understanding Case Management
  • Essentials Components of Case Management
  • Does case management work?
  • Case Management Models
  • The Strengths Based Approach
  • Core Compentencies
  • Bundle Handout Packet
  • Bundle Resources
  • Evaluation