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...the methadone tends to wean off about 1am whereas he started to feel the symptoms. The client reported that he immediately addressed this with the medical team, at which led to his increase.
A-Based on the writer assessment, the client is in maintenance stage. The client is motivated to change, but needs to be committed to change and ensure no relapse during his recovery. He is aware of the steps that necessary for recovery. All components of MSE were WNL functioning. The clients denies any SI/HI.
P- The client is aware that the clinician will monitor is UA results and give him positive feedbacks for all negative results. The client is also aware about keeping all appointments and if there is any cancellation, to provide 24 hour notice. The Clinician and the client agreed to meet every week for 30 minutes and the next appt. is scheduled for 12/01/2015 @9:30am.
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