Individual Counseling

Weekly or biweekly appointments that last approximately 1 hour

Reasons for individual counseling: 
Behavioral issues/ Trouble in school
Depression/ Lack of motivation
Emotional outbursts, anger, and aggression
Anxiety, phobias, social withdraw
Life changes/ Adjustment difficulties
Life planning
Any other concern causing impairment with educational, occupational, or general functioning


Group Counseling

Weekly or biweekly appointments that last approximately 1 hour
Groups have between 2 and 10 participants with similar life difficulties
Issues addressed in group counseling are similar to individual counseling
Some issues/concerns are better addressed with the support of a group that also has similar issues.  Group counseling is left to the discretion of the consumer.


Family Therapy

Weekly or biweekly appointments that last approximately 1 hour

Reasons for family therapy:
Difficulties getting along with family members
Lack of parental control in the home
Feeling ignored within the family
Dysfunction in the home without an identifiable cause
Needing additional support in maintaining family cohesion


Psychiatric Evaluations

An evaluation completed by one of the outpatient psychiatrists that lasts approximately 1 hour

Includes:
Relevant treatment information
DSM V diagnosis
Psychiatrist recommendations

An intake appointment with a Master's level counselor is a prerequisite for this service


Medication Management

Monthly appointment with one of the outpatient psychiatrists that lasts approximately 20 minutes
Medications will be reviewed each month for effectiveness
Prescriptions will be ordered or provided to consumers (no sample medications are kept on site)


Pharmacogenetic Testing

Through a simple mouth swab, genetic testing is ordered to determine the most effective medications to treat a consumer's condition based on their genetic sequence
Most effective with consumers that take multiple psychotropic medications to treat more than one condition or consumers that have not had success with trial and error methods


Sex Offender Counseling

Through the integration of individual and group counseling, consumers under the age of 21 can receive evidence-based treatment for identified and unidentified sexual offenses
The Sex Offender Counseling program utilizes the Pathways curriculum and Relapse Prevention Plan


Diagnostic Evaluations

Completed only with an agency referral and agency contract for service
Comprehensive assessment completed over 60 days
Minimum of 5 face-to-face interviews with the consumer
Minimum of 1 face-to-face interview with parent/guardian
Minimum of 1 in-home interview with guardians and siblings
Includes expansive clinical impressions, a DSM 5 diagnosis and detailed recommendations that include non-conventional recommendations and specific counseling interventions by problem