Services We Provided

Parenting Support

Through our services, we offer guidance and strategies to help parents navigate various challenges and enhance their parenting skills. We provide a supportive and non-judgmental environment where parents can openly discuss their concerns and receive personalized support tailored to their unique circumstances. Our approach emphasizes the importance of building strong parent-child connections, fostering effective communication, implementing positive discipline techniques, and promoting healthy emotional development in children. By empowering parents with knowledge and skills, we aim to create a nurturing and enriching environment that supports the overall well-being and development of children.

Clinical Assessments

Through the use of effective research-based tools, we conduct a comprehensive biopsychosocial assessment to identify the specific needs of each child. This assessment helps us gain a deeper understanding of the child’s biological, psychological, and social factors that may be impacting their development and well-being. By conducting this assessment, we can determine the appropriate level of service and treatment goals for the child. We take into account their individual strengths, challenges, and areas for growth, as well as their unique circumstances and environment. Our goal is to provide targeted and tailored interventions that address the specific needs identified in the assessment. We work collaboratively with the child and their family to develop a customized treatment plan that promotes their success and well-being. By ensuring that our services are specifically designed to meet the unique needs of each child, we strive to provide the most effective support and intervention to help them thrive and reach their full potential.

Risk Assessments

A risk assessment is a process of evaluating potential risks and determining the level of risk a youth may pose to themselves or others during the course of therapy. The purpose is to ensure the safety and well-being of the youth and others involved in their lives. A Safety Plan is created with each assessment and It’s crucial to note that risk assessments for counselees should be conducted with sensitivity, cultural competence, and adherence to ethical guidelines and legal requirements. Therapists may consult with supervisors, colleagues, or other professionals to ensure a comprehensive understanding of the youth’s risk profile and to access support when needed. Safety plans are also created to support families through emergency situations. 

In-Home/In-Community Counseling

In-Home/Community Counseling, also known as home-based counseling or mobile counseling, is a form of therapeutic intervention that takes place within the family’s home or community setting. Rather than requiring the family to travel to a therapist’s office, the therapist goes directly to the family’s residence or another agreed-upon location. In-Home/Community Counseling is typically provided to individuals or families who may face barriers accessing traditional office-based therapy. This approach allows therapists to work with families in their own environment, which can be more comfortable and convenient for the family. It also provides the therapist with valuable insights into the family’s daily life and challenges, allowing for a more holistic understanding of the family’s needs and facilitating the development of targeted interventions.

Behavioral Assistance

Behavioral assistance involves collaboration between the behavioral assistant and the therapist. Together, they provide support and interventions to address behavioral challenges and promote positive behavior change. The process begins with a functional assessment to understand the underlying reasons for the behavior. Based on the assessment, a behavior intervention plan is developed, outlining strategies and goals. The behavioral assistant works closely with the youth, teaching new skills and implementing techniques such as positive reinforcement, prompting and cueing, and environmental modifications. Throughout the process, the behavioral assistant maintains collaboration with the therapist, ensuring consistent implementation of strategies and promoting generalization of desired behaviors across different settings. Ongoing monitoring and evaluation are conducted to track the ‘s progress, and any necessary adjustments to the intervention strategies are made in consultation with the therapist. This collaborative approach ensures that the client receives comprehensive and coordinated support in addressing their behavioral challenges and achieving positive behavior change.

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