I know what you’re thinking….well, no I don’t actually,… but I think it would be a pretty good guess that at the mention of mindfulness, people conjure up visions of robes, shaved heads, incense and chanting.
Too often, treatment of complex young people (especially if it is contracted out) becomes isolated from the day-to-day management and ‘real life’ of the
client. When treatment drifts away from its target and becomes fragmented across the agencies and individuals involved, client outcomes are affected,
case managers lose touch and stakeholders may even do things for the client that are at odds with the treatment plan.