Individualized Clinical care

/in.div.i.dual.iz.ed/ /clin.i.cal/ /care/

n.noun

Individualized clinical care is an approach that accommodates every aspect of a person's life. Individualized treatment incorporates physical, psychological, emotional, developmental, familial, social and cultural factors. Every client is treated as a unique individual with treatment plans tailored to the individual's specific needs and problems.

In regards to therapeutic treatment, individualized clinical care provides an individual with a treatment program that is unique to them and their psychological needs. Instead of implementing a 'one size fits all' treatment, an individual is able to fully focus on their own unique issues and is then able to achieve therapeutic wellness with success.

Individualized clinical care is the most effective way to treat troubled teens. By addressing an individual, troubled adolescent's specific issues, psychological professional staff are able to effectively treat their unique ailments and disorders. In other words, a teen's disorders are unique and different from other teens. Accordingly, a teen's therapeutic treatment should be individualized and designed for their unique disorders.