Psychotherapy is the therapeutic treatment of mental illness provided by a trained mental health professional. Psychotherapy explores thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and seeks to improve an individual’s well-being.
Psychotherapy paired with medication is the most effective way to promote recovery. Examples include: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Exposure Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, etc.
One-on-one counseling with one of our therapists with the option of inviting others to participate in your sessions on a needed basis.
Working with your therapist, you and your family members can identify patterns that may be problematic by exploring your family’s problem-solving skills, boundaries, authority structures, and communication habits.
Your therapist will then work with you on creating a plan that improves communication and problem-solving skills for your family.
Family therapy won’t necessarily resolve every conflict you and your family encounter, but it may help you develop healthier coping skills and more productive ways of communicating with each other.
Counseling with full or partial family participation to improve communication, learn how to manage relationships or other skills.
Community-Based Rehabilitation Services (CBRS)
Children and Adults
Skills Building/CBRS is a home or community-based service that utilizes psychiatric rehabilitation interventions designed to build and reinforce functional skills.
Skills Building/CBRS modalities and interventions vary in intensity, frequency, and duration in order to support a member’s ability to manage functional need independently. This service is available to youth diagnosed with serious emotional disturbance (SED) and adults recovering from a Severe and Persistent Mental Illness (SPMI) and Serious Mental Illness (SMI).
Skills Building/CBRS is driven by an individualized Skills Building treatment plan based on a member’s specific needs and strengths identified from a comprehensive diagnostic and functional assessment. Services are provided in a manner that is strengths-based, culturally competent and responsive to each member’s individual psychosocial, development, and treatment needs.
Provides support in the coordination and building of services in your community.
They will help you determine what services you need, refer service providers, and help you apply to those services.
Case management coordinates services for an individual with the help of a case manager. A case manager can help assess, plan, and implement a number of strategies to facilitate recovery.
Targeted Care Coordination (TCC)
Children and their Families
Targeted Care Coordination (TCC) is the process that assists youth and their family to locate, coordinate, facilitate, provide linkage, advocate for, and monitor the mental and physical health, social, educational, and other services as identified through a child and family teaming.
This process includes assessment and reassessment of needs and strengths. Targeted Care Coordination occurs through face to face or telephonic contact and is not intended to be duplicative of any other service. Targeted Care Coordination services vary in intensity, frequency, and duration in order to support the member’s ability to access, coordinate, and utilize services and social resources that support the member to reach the goals on their coordinated care plan.
Targeted Care Coordination can be delivered as a community-based service or in the outpatient clinic setting. All treatment, care, and support services must be provided in a context that is child-centered, family-focused, strengths-based, culturally competent and responsive to each child’s psychosocial, developmental and treatment needs. Targeted Care Coordination must be consistent with the Principles of Care and the Practice Model of the Idaho Youth Empowerment Services (YES) system of care.
The Mission of Conceptual Counseling is to provide culturally competent, holistic, and wellness focused services that promote clients social-emotional development, prevent development of mental health challenges, and address social-emotional problems.
Client-based approached services for: