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Mental Health Assessments

A mental health assessment is the process of gathering comprehensive information with the purpose of making a diagnosis. The mental health assessment is conducted by a licensed therapist and is the first stage of the treatment process. It is designed to diagnose mental health disorders such as anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, eating disorders and traumatic stress disorders. It consists of a clinical interview, behavioral observation, and screening measures.  

Psychological Evaluations

A psychological evaluation is a thorough process of assessment and screening administered by a psychologist. It can include numerous components such as psychological tests, screening tools, clinical interview, behavioral observation, school or medical records, and medical evaluation. Psychological testing and evaluation consist of aptitude tests, personality tests, and screenings for cognitive impairment that help determine the cause of mental health disorders, determine the correct diagnosis and recommendations on the appropriate course of treatment. 

Individual Psychotherapy and Counseling

A process of working one-on-one with a licensed mental health clinician in a safe, supportive, and confidential environment. Psychotherapy helps a person work through personal issues and life stressors. It is an effective treatment for a variety of emotional difficulties and mental illnesses.

Family Psychotherapy & Counseling

Family psychotherapy address specific issues such as marital or financial problems, conflict between parents and children, or the impact of substance abuse or a mental illness on the family.

Couples Psychotherapy

Couples therapy help increase understanding, respect, affection, and intimacy between partners. It involves exploration of conflicts between partners and focuses on specific problems. Goals of couples therapy are to improve communication and interactions and to strengthen relationships. Couples therapy is concerned with problems within and between the individuals that affect the relationship.

School-based Counseling

School-based services improve access to care, allow for early identification and treatment of mental health issues, and are linked to reduced absenteeism and better mental health outcomes. Mental health providers, therapists and/or case managers, provide mental health support, education, and consultation in the school environment. School-based therapists provide mental health services for children and adolescents within preschools, elementary, middle, and high schools. The focus is to help students overcome behavioral, emotional or social problems that interfere with success at school and at home. 

Case Management
Community Support Services

Case management assist clients in connecting to resources, increase emphasis on healthy self-reliance, and assess ongoing needs, and prioritize psychosocial stressors. Case management focuses on meeting client’s mental health and human services needs and involves coordination of care, advocacy, and monitoring and management of symptoms. 

Employee Assistance Program

Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a voluntary, work-based program that offers free and confidential assessments, short-term counseling, referrals, and follow-up services to employees who have personal and/or work-related problems.  EAPs address a broad and complex body of issues affecting mental and emotional well-being, such as stress, grief, family problems, and psychological disorders.

Performance Coaching

In collaboration with Lavaa Athletics, performance coaches use the blueprint of team through sports themes to conduct linkage, community, and educational development, as well as mental health services to preserve the capabilities and potential in all Athletes. Performance coaching focuses on improving positive mental, physical, and social emotional health through the development of skills and decision-making strategies that improve the quality of living for all people using athletic concepts and practices.

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