Individual counseling is conducted to provide support, identification/ coping with feelings, and problem resolution that is necessary for a healthy lifestyle. Control of impulsivity enhancing the level of healthy emotional functioning and acceptance of responsibility will be emphasized. Within the short-term treatment requirements dictated by managed care, solution-oriented and short-term counseling are practiced and encouraged. The level of frequency of individual counseling will be assessed and determined on a case-by-case basis.
Family counseling may take place in the form of joint therapy, family therapy, or family group. Family involvement is encouraged during treatment and the goal is to increase communication, understanding, and identification among the family members. Treatment with the family may be ongoing and aftercare planning for the family will be a part of the overall treatment plan. The expected outcome is the stabilization of family relationships to support ongoing healthy functioning.
Group counseling will provide confrontation, group identification, and expression of feelings. Goals include self-understanding, self-acceptance, self-reliance and improved peer interaction. Group therapy is conducted and facilitated by a professional staff member who is trained in group therapy. The preferable group size is twelve. Educational information is discussed in various groups and relates to lifestyle and emotional changes that provide more stable living. Alternative coping skills and an increased knowledge of a mentally healthy lifestyle is expected upon completion.
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