Behavior Pattern Treatment Plan Outline

BehaviorPattern Treatment Plan Outline

1.Depressed behavior

Whatis the behavior pattern observedhopelessness

Inwhat possible diagnoses-emotionaldisorder

Whatapproach will be used-tolerance, counseling

Twospecific behaviors long-delay in answering of questions and her posture is always bent, shehas problem in understanding directions as well as making decisions.

LongTerm Goal-guidingand counseling of the patient

GoalShort Term Behavior– She must sit in presence of people’s

Kinds/Qualitiesof Activities/Human Occupation-continueparticipating in community organizations


2.Anxious Behavior

Whatis the behavior pattern observed?-sweat, dizziness and shortness of breath

Inwhat possible diagnoses-behavioralperspective

Whatapproach will be used?–accommodating, counseling and socialization

Twospecific behaviors-She is not able to sit for more than 5 minutes at a time, shegrumbles of being anxious and of numerous physical pains anddiscomforts

LongTerm Goal-counseling

GoalShort Term Behavior– She must be allowed sit for 20 minutes each time

Kinds/Qualitiesof Activities/Human Occupation

DischargePlanning-guiding and counseling and support groups

3.Hyperactive Behavior

Whatis the behavior pattern observed?-angry/hostile

Inwhat possible diagnoses-Paranoid Schizophrenia

Whatapproach will be used?–Counseling and tolerance

Twospecific behaviors-She is always loud, conversational and tells silly jokes involvingpuns and rhymes. She constantly moves from one table to another inthe clinic.

LongTerm Goal-counseling

GoalShort Term Behavior –shemust focus on her work throughout

Kinds/Qualitiesof Activities/Human Occupation- participatein group activities


4.Hallucinating-delusional behavior

Whatis the behavior pattern observed?–laughing loudly and complaining

Inwhat possible diagnoses-chemicaldependency

Whatapproach will be used?–permissive and calming

Twospecific behaviors-she remains alone from other patients, she regularly smiles toherself and appears anxious with her own feelings.

LongTerm Goal-careercounseling

GoalShort Term Behavior–she must always sit in the presence of people

Kinds/Qualitiesof Activities/Human Occupation- allher co-workers and friends must visit her regularly


5.Paranoid behavior

Whatis the behavior pattern observed?-hostility

Inwhat possible diagnoses-Paranoid Schizophrenia

Whatapproach will be used?-Tolerance

Twospecific behaviorsIf a person sits around her she transfers to other chair and she actsgreater and unfriendly

LongTerm Goal–career counseling

GoalShort Term Behavior–she should be allowed to sit next to a person each day

Kinds/Qualitiesof Activities/Human Occupation-createsupport groups for socialization purpose


6.Hostile behavior

Whatis the behavior pattern observed?-hostility

Inwhat possible diagnoses-Uncertain Personality

Whatapproach will be used?-calming

Twospecific behaviors-refusing to leave the house or do anything for herself, and sheaccept whatever activity is proposed but repeatedly asks for approvaland direction.

LongTerm Goal-counseling

GoalShort Term Behavior–she must be trained to wake up on herself daily

Kinds/Qualitiesof Activities/Human Occupation-socializationgroups


7.Confused behavior

Whatis the behavior pattern observed?-memoryloss

Inwhat possible diagnoses-Uncertain Personality

Whatapproach will be used?-being accommodative

Twospecific behaviors-Sheconfuses the worker with members of her family, is unable to followsimple instructions

LongTerm Goal-Puther under elderly groups

GoalShort Term Behavior–On daily basis, she must be trained on how to follow instructions

Kinds/Qualitiesof Activities/HumanOccupation-createelderly groups in which she will be able to attend

DischargePlanning-career counseling

8.Manipulating behavior

Whatis the behavior pattern observed?- Friendly

Inwhat possible diagnoses-borderline personality

Whatapproach will be used?–Tolerance (Giles,Scott &amp Manchester, 2013)

Twospecific behaviors-not de&shypendable when needed and she is happy finding a person tolisten to how she has been abused and misinterpreted in all her life

LongTerm Goal-Career counseling

GoalShort Term Behavior-ensuring that she attends therapy every day without missing

Kinds/Qualitiesof Activities/Human Occupation-Form support group in which she must appear in it



Giles,G. M., Scott, K., &amp Manchester, D. (2013). Staff-reportedantecedents to aggression in a post-acute brain injury treatmentprogramme: What are they and what implications do they have fortreatment?. Neuropsychologicalrehabilitation,23(5),732-754.