Multidisciplinary Assessment Program (MAP)
What is the MAP?
The MAP is a multidisciplinary team assessment of complex behavioral problems that have caused concern in the workplace. The assessment usually involves 2-3 days.
- A multidimensional description and evaluation of the problem behaviors
- A diagnostic summary based on the team's assessments
- Recommendation for treatment plan and options available
- A comprehensive written report issued in a timely manner
Who are appropriate clients for the MAP?
Most clients are licensed professionals or executives referred by employers, peer assistance groups or licensing and regulatory agencies. Persons are usually referred to the MAP because of behaviors that raise questions about the person's ability to function with the professional judgment and safety sensitivity required by their positions.
What does the MAP accomplish?
The MAP seeks to identify and clarify causes of the problematic behavior, assess for the existence and severity of medical/psychiatric illness, and makes recommendations for appropriate treatment.
What does the MAP include?
The MAP is based on a standard assessment protocol, but is also menu driven to accommodate the situation. Evaluation components include:
- Psychiatric evaluation
- Physical examination
- Psychological testing
- Laboratory tests
- Psychosocial history
- Chemical-use assessment
- Collateral interviews
- Records review
The MAP team includes:
- Clinical psychologists
- Board-certified psychiatrists
- Physicians board-certified in family practice and addiction medicine
- Certified alcohol and drug counselors (masters level)
- Licensed therapists (LCSW, LCPC)
- Addiction Interaction Disorder Specialists
For further information or to schedule an assessment, please contact Carl Malin at 847-493-3513.