Therapy services include assessments, treatment planning and ongoing therapy services. Clinicians treat children and families in several areas

Behavioral health

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Therapy services include assessments, treatment planning and ongoing therapy services. Clinicians treat children and families in several areas including stress management, anxiety, depression, trauma and other issues. 

Our targeted case management and skill enhancement services help families to identify natural supports and strengths to develop a plan to address the families needs and make lasting behavioral changes. All of our services are community-based, people-centered, and family-driven.

Psychiatric services are provided by board-certified psychiatrists who develop individualized treatment plans, provide psychiatric evaluation, medication management, and consultation services.

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Helping Families & Children Thrive

Clients receive treatment for:

  • Stress Management
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Trauma
  • Anger
  • Aggression
  • Parenting & Family Issues
  • Skill Development
  • Adjusting to Life Changes
  • Attention Disorders
  • Abuse/Neglect Recovery
  • Mood Instability
  • Self-Esteem
  • Relationship Development
  • Problems in School
  • Peer Relationships

Our services include:

  • Skills Training for Children, Youth, & Adults
  • Parenting Coaching
  • Nurturing Parenting
  • Crisis Services
  • Mental Health & Psychiatric Assessments
  • Individual & Family Therapies
  • Medication Management
  • Wraparound (for clients that qualify)

Specialized therapy services include:

  • Trauma Focused – Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
  • Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
  • Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)

Therapy

Pathways’ child, adolescent, and family therapy includes trauma-informed care, advocacy, peer support, cognitive behavioral therapy, trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy, cognitive processing therapy, and parent-child interaction therapy.

Skills Training

Skills Therapy, also known as Skills Training, can help a person work through many of the issues traditional talk therapy aims to address. However, the interventions are based on assisting the individual develop skills to manage maladaptive behaviors. A Qualified Mental Health Professional will use specialized curriculum to assist clients in learning positive behaviors to replace controllable negative or unlearned behaviors such as hyperactivity, stealing, anger management, aggression, poor social skills, and independent living skills, to name a few. Skills Training is most successful when the parent is engaged with the client’s treatment and reinforces and/or practices the learned skills between sessions.

Targeted Case Management

Targeted Case Management (TCM), also delivered by a QMHP, is a specific type of assistance that is not therapy or skills training; rather, it helps persons gain access to resources and services aimed at assisting the client more swiftly achieve their identified treatment goals. TCM almost always accompanies Skills Training and usually includes an assessment to determine client need, service planning, communication, referrals, and monitoring the services the client is receiving.

Psychiatry

Talk Therapy, also known as psychotherapy or counseling, is delivered by a state licensed professional counselor. Talk therapy helps children and adults learn to cope with/regulate their emotions related to, for example, stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, anger, aggression, attention disorders, parenting challenges, self-esteem, poor relationships, and other issues.

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Turning Point Crisis Intervention

Child and Adolescent Needs and Strengths (CANS 2.0) Assesment

Victims of Crime Act (VOCA)