Treatment team

/treat.ment/ /team/
n.noun

The term treatment team describes a group of mental health professionals who work as a team within a residential treatment program. A treatment team is in charge of providing therapeutic treatment to individual teens.

The make-up of any treatment team generally includes the following therapeutic staff: psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, family therapists, teachers, nurses and unit supervisors. The mission of this team is to psychologically evaluate individual teens and create a comprehensive treatment program, entirely unique to the individual's psychological disorders. By specifically targeting a teen's individual, unique therapeutic needs, a treatment team is able to focus on how to effectively

Each staff member of a treatment team has a specific job that is unique to their position and expertise. Individual staff of a treatment team provide their own, unique element in terms of providing individual, therapeutic treatment. This ensures that each individual is thoroughly and effectively treated, improving the chances of complete and successful psychological recovery.