Developing independence through teaching cognitive, social, and emotional skills to help those diagnosed live, work, contribute and thrive in their communities.
We reduce the intensity of an individual's emotional, mental, physical and behavioral reactions to a crisis, helping them return to their level of functioning before the crisis.
Additionally, we help improve functioning above and beyond this by developing new coping skills and eliminating unhealthy ways of coping, such as withdrawal, isolation, and substance abuse, and teaching them how to cope with future difficulties more effectively.
Diagnosing and treating problems with memory, thought processes, and behaviors. Diagnoses can include depression, schizophrenia, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and addiction.
Evaluating the patient's psychotropic medications, the provision of a prescription, and providing ongoing medical monitoring related to the patient’s use of the psychotropic medication by a qualified physician/prescriber. We monitor and reconcile medications, ensuring patients get the desired outcomes. We perform a thorough review of prescribed drugs and their possible side effects to create treatment plans and monitor their safety and efficacy.
Our aim is to help addicted individuals stop compulsive drug-seeking and use; we believe that behavioral therapies can help motivate people to participate in drug treatment. We offer strategies for coping with drug cravings, teach ways to avoid drugs and prevent relapse, and help individuals deal with relapse if it occurs. Behavioral therapies can also help people improve communication, relationship, and parenting skills, as well as family dynamics.