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Our professionally trained therapists specialize in treatments that focus on the children and parents simultaneously.
Community Psychiatric Support and Treatment (CPST) are goal-directed supports and solution-focused interventions intended to achieve identified goals or objectives as set forth in the individual’s individualized treatment plan. CPST is a face to face intervention with the individual present; however, family or other collaterals may be involved.
Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) services are designed to assist the individual with compensating for or eliminating functional deficits and interpersonal and/or environmental barriers associated with their mental illness. Activities included must be intended to achieve the identified goals or objectives as set forth in the individual’s individualized treatment plan.
The intent of PSR is to restore the fullest possible integration of the individual as an active and productive member of his or her family, community and/or culture with the least amount of ongoing professional intervention. PSR is a face to face intervention with the individual present. Services may be provided individually or in a group setting.
Independent living/ skills building services are designed to assist children who, are or will be, transitioning to adulthood with support in acquiring, retaining and improving self-help, socialization and adaptive skills necessary to be successful in the domains of employment, housing education and community life to reside successfully in home and community settings.
Independent living/skills building activities are provided in partnership with young children to help the child/youth arrange for services they need to become employed, access transportation, housing, housing and continuing education. Services are individualized according to each youth’s strengths, interest, skills, and goals and are included on an individualized transition plan.
Crisis Intervention (CI) services are provided to a person who is experiencing a psychiatric crisis and are designed to interrupt and /ameliorate a crisis experience, via a preliminary assessment, immediate crisis resolution and de- escalation and referral and linkage to appropriate community services to avoid more restrictive levels of treatment.
The goals of CI are symptom reduction, stabilization and restoration to a previous level of functioning. CI is a face to face intervention and can occur in a variety of locations, including an emergency room or clinic setting, in addition to other community locations where the person lives, works, attend school and/or socializes.