The program is more intensive than traditional outpatient therapy services. Intensive in Home attempts to reduce out of home placement for children and teens.
Services are provided usually about five hours per week and limited to 26 weeks per year. Parent or guardian must be willing to take part in the services in order for IIH to be effective.
The child or teen must meet at least two of the following:
Group therapy can augment individual treatment plans, and sometimes it even replaces the one-on-one sessions completely. Group therapy provides a safe setting for real-life interaction with others. In this environment, group members can discuss their problems honestly and give each other feedback and positive reinforcement.
Groups provide a setting in which members can learn to identify, understand and express their feelings accurately to others. Led by a therapist, members are encouraged to share their thoughts openly, but at their own pace. Group therapy can provide a sense of community that greatly enhances the psychological healing process.
The price of group therapy is significantly less compared to individual psychotherapy. However, group therapy is not for everyone. Please consult your therapist to find out if group therapy is right for you.
conflicts, and behavioral challenges. The service is provided by a Licensed Mental Health Professional.
The Mobile Crisis Service Unit (MCU) is an emergency mental health program that provides on-scene evaluation, treatment, and crisis intervention in the community.
The MCU specializes in providing these services to individuals who are experiencing a mental health emergency.
In many of these situations there is concern that, as a result of a psychiatric condition, the person may be a danger to self or others or may not be caring for self.