Therapeutic supervised visit/to ensure that the parents and the children are in the sight and sound of the counselor/behavioral consultant this will ensure the safety of the children and that the visitation plan is followed. The supervised visitations will enable an ongoing relationship between the non-custodial parent and child by impartially observing their contact in a safe and structure environment.
Supervision-therapeutic (Emergency Supervision and Support) Circles of Hope’s Primary Counselor who is trained in court mandated supervised visits after a child has been removed from the home because of abuse and or neglect will supervise a visit at the designated County Building or Courthouse within 24-48 hours after removal from the home.
Primary Counselor will provide therapeutic one on one supervision within the hospital setting for inpatient services, group home and foster home that are generally short term and in response to an emergent psychiatric condition. The individual/identified client experiences mental health dysfunction requiring immediate clinical attention. The objective is to provide one on one therapeutic supervision while identified client is waiting for a decision to be admitted in the acute psychiatric hospital or a bed at a residential facility. This service can be around the clock, if necessary, to prevent exacerbation of a condition and to prevent injury to the recipient or others while awaiting placement.
ABA is the design, implementation, and evaluation of environmental modifications to produce socially significant improvement in human behavior. ABA includes the use of direct observation, measurement, and functional analysis of the relations between environment and behavior. ABA uses changes in environmental events, including antecedent stimuli and consequences, to produce practical and significant changes in behavior. This category should not be used when the student is receiving public school special education transition services described in another service name.
A broad array of services targeted to provide assistance, support, and/or training in various community settings to build natural supports and functional skills that empower individuals and families towards autonomy, attaining and sustaining community placement, preserving the family structure, and assisting parents in effectively meeting the needs of their children in a safe, positive and healthy manner. The services may include but are not limited to skill building (parenting skills, fiscal management, coping skills, communication, interpersonal skills, supervised visitation, etc.) and behavioral interventions .
A short-term, community- and evidence-based intervention for youth ages 11-18 with various emotional and behavioral problems. FFT must be delivered by trained and certified practitioners who meet national FFT standards.
Services specifically designed to help adolescents make the transition to living independently as an adult. Includes training in daily living skills, case management, as well as vocational and job training
Structured services provided to strengthen individual skills and/or provide environmental supports for individuals with behavioral/mental health problems. Services are based on the needs of the individual and include training and assistance. These services normally do not involve overnight care by the provider; however, due to the flexible nature of these services, overnight care many be provided on an occasional basis.
Service includes “Supportive In-home Services” licensed by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services.
IIH services for Children/Adolescents under age 21 are intensive, time-limited interventions provided typically but not solely in the residence of a child who is at risk of an out-of-home placement or who is being transitioned to home from out- of- home placement due to documented clinical needs of the child. These services provide crisis treatment; individual and family counseling; and communication skills (e.g. counseling to assist the child and his parents to understand and practice appropriate problem solving, anger management, and interpersonal interaction, etc.); and coordination with other required services. Service also includes 24-hour emergency response.
A training service for individuals with significant psychiatric functional limitations designed to train individuals in functional skills and appropriate behavior related to the individual’s health and safety, activities of daily living, and use of community resources; assistance with medication management; and monitoring health, nutrition, and physical condition. These services are intended to enable individuals with significant mental illness to achieve and maintain community stability and independence in the most appropriate, least restrictive environment.
Utilizes evidence-based interventions to address problematic behaviors that place the child at risk of being displaced from the home and supports re-entry from placement out of the home.
An evidence-based, outpatient counseling approach designed to promote behavior change. It is often combined with other counseling approaches. MI practitioners should have received specific training in the approach. MI may be employed with youth and adults.
Alcohol and Other Drug Evaluation: $900.00- A nine-page evaluation is performed on the weekends and weekdays. Once the evaluation is completed the turnaround is 2-3 business days.
Emergency Evaluations: are completed within 24 hours with an additional charge of $500=$1,400.00. A follow-up appointment is completed 24 hours after the client has received their 9-page evaluation for a clinical explanation this is included.
Circles of Hope has developed a quality Virtual Alcohol and Other Drug Substance Abuse program with continuous weekly classes. Our program is licensed and accredited in all 50 states. It is customized to meet the needs of our clients. Circles of Hope is committed to offering a quality counseling, education, and treatment hybrid program. The program is an evidenced based, comprehensive, and practical guide for conducting virtual group and individual counseling, education, and treatment sessions. The program assists people who have substance use problems involving alcohol and or other drugs and/or who have obtained a DUI/DWI/Possession Charge or assault charge. Circles of Hope provides services for the DMV and all 50 states.
The course curriculum consisted of (6) six 2(two-hour classes for a total of (12) hours. The Anger Management Curriculum consisted of (4) six modules
This is an evidenced based comprehensive program designed to address areas of concern that face teens daily. We at Circles of Hope are committed to excellence and are continually improving upon our extensive services. It is the aspiration for our families that enter into this program to meet the identified goals and objectives. This is a versatile program in which the teens will participate on Saturdays (specific holiday/special events). Classes are from 10 am until 2pm with lunch provided.
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Treatment provided to individuals on an hourly schedule, on an individual, group, or family basis, and usually in a clinic or similar facility or in another location (including the home). Outpatient services may include counseling, dialectical behavioral therapy, psychotherapy, behavior management, laboratory and other ancillary services, medical services and medication services.
Medication management is the evaluation and review by an RN (Registered Nurse) with the client of medications which client is taking and has been subscribed to improve the quality, safety, and effectiveness. This service looks at what medications the client takes, when the client takes them, and the dose. This process helps prevent medication-related problems, like side effects that can result from certain drugs you take together. The RN will review the medication with the client and ensure they have a clear understanding of what they are taking and why. The RN will also attend the doctors’ appointments with the client if need be.
· Evaluating the mental health needs of the patients. Encourages the patient to express feelings and help them in handling their anger and frustration. The nurse also helps in developing the nursing care plan for mental health patients.
A counseling approach for children and adolescents who have a variety of symptoms associated with exposure to trauma. The intervention also supports caregivers in implementing positive patenting skills and positive interactions with the child/adolescent. TF-CBT is typically delivered in an office setting over 12 – 16 weeks, although this may vary. TF-CBT is delivered by licensed mental health professionals who have received specific TF-CBT training and certification.
Use of standard assessment tools such as the GAIN, the Conners, SASSI, BECK. May include a Trauma Screening (refers to a tool or process that is a brief, focused inquiry to determine whether an individual has experienced one or more traumatic events, has reactions to such events, has specific mental or behavioral health needs, and/or needs a referral for a comprehensive trauma-informed mental health assessment)
A process that includes a clinical interview, standardized measures, and/or behavioral observations designed to gather an in-depth understanding of the nature, timing, and severity of the traumatic events, the effects of those events, current trauma-related symptoms, and functional impairment(s). Clinicians use this to understand a child’s trauma history and symptom profile; to determine whether a child is developmentally on target in the social, emotional, and behavioral domains; to inform case conceptualization and drive treatment planning; and to monitor progress over time. Includes the use of standard trauma assessment tools such as the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) tool.
Parent-child relational assessments provide a comprehensive evaluation of parent-child relationships. The assessments gather information from parents in an intake interview as well as parental ratings of the child’s behavior and their perceptions and understanding of their relationship with the child. An accepted tool is the Marschak Interaction Method (MIM). Assessments are usually completed in 3-4 sessions.
includes clinical interviews, interviews of collaterals, and record review followed by administration, scoring, and interpretation of standardized tests approved by the American Psychological Association. Psychological Assistants may be utilized in the administration of psychological testing when supervised by a licensed practitioner and so long as the supervising licensed practitioner and not the psychological assistant agrees to testify in court, if required
shall be provided to assess growth and development and begin with review and assessment of history from parents, care givers and other appropriate individuals, as well as the child. Evaluation is to address motor skills development, adaptive function, and social/emotional functioning.
shall be provided to evaluate parenting strengths and weaknesses, include a thorough parent-child interactional assessment using a standardized, structured technique. They are a thorough and comprehensive evaluation of a parent’s risk for neglect and/or abuse. It combines specific and extensive interviewing, psychological testing, records review, and other data as necessary into a concise and complete evaluation. Recommendations for visitation, treatment, and placement, are made