Our Core Support Services
Expressive therapy is based on the idea that the creative process of art making is healing and life enhancing and is a form of nonverbal communication of thoughts and feelings. We used expressive therapy in psychotherapy and counseling because it serves as another language to help people of all ages explore emotions and beliefs, reduce stress, resolve probems and conflicts, and enhance their sense of well-being.
Like other forms of psychotherapy and counseling, it is used to encourage personal growth, increase self-understanding, and assist in emotional reparation and has been employed in a wide variety of settings with children, adults, families, and groups. It is a modality that can help individuals of all ages create meaning and achieve insight, find relief from overwhelming emo- tions or trauma, resolve conflicts and problems, enrich daily life, and achieve an in- creased sense of well-being
Individual, Group & Family Therapy
Treatment interventions are focused on the child/adolescent, family, and parental/guardian behaviors and interactions. Services are comprehensive and holistic in nature, taking into consideration medical needs as well as mental health treatment. Our interventions promote recovery and resiliency by way of crisis intervention and stabilization, behavioral counseling, skill building, advocacy, and advocacy.
Most of our customized programs are short-term with a goal of stabilization. Programs are an active customized multimodal treatment program specific to the particular needs of the patient. Using a multidisciplinary team approach to patient care creates accountability and treatment goals that are measurable as well as functional.
Autism Support Services
Our treatment strategy consist of techniques to promote active learning and behavioral modification. We immerse children in life and social skills to assist in the development of appropriate behaviors in the home and in the community. With our online platform not only are we able to be more thoughtful in our planning, but parents and caregivers can be involved to better understand the best ways to replicate strategies that promote desired behaviors.