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CompuPIE 

Person In Environment (PIE) Assessment Software

For Social Workers,

Clinicians & Other Practitioners

The Assessment software for conducting and recording client biopsychosocial assessments,  treatment plans and tracking client progress.

Features of CompuPIE

Easy to use Software with many pull down menus​

•    Replaces bulky client files
•    Is applicable in any social work setting
•    Focuses on client strengths
•    Easy to use pulldown menus
•    Uses The PIE (Person-In-Environment) -- 4 Factor Model Of Assessment:
      o    Social Role Functioning Difficulties/Needs
      o    Environmental Difficulties and Needs
      o    Mental Health Functioning
      o    Physical Health Functioning
•    Incorporates DSM 5 Mental Health Classification 
•    Incorporates ICD 10 Medical Classification - World Health Organization (WHO)
•    Guides users in conducting a mental status exam
•    Generates client’s report (both a short and long form) –see example
•    Tracks client progress over time
•    Helps ensure that client goals are met 

 

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Maura E. O’Keefe, LCSW, PhD, is a professor at California State University, Sacramento. Prior to this time she taught at the USC, School of Social Work, now known as USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work.  She has been a licensed clinical practitioner for more than 40 years and has worked with diverse populations in various settings (both urban and rural) and capacities, including community mental health, medical, psychiatric, trauma and substance abuse facilities as well as in foster care and adoption services.