address the primary psychological and behavioral symptoms, assist the patient with non-pharmacological support, helps the patient identify behavioral coping skills, improve adjustment.
addresses a variety of psychological issues such as depression, anxiety, and coping with a disability/loss in a context that encourages peer support, normalization of symptoms, and improved adjustment and acceptance.
utilizes a family member (e.g. child, spouse, or sibling) in the therapeutic process. Family sessions allow individuals to find more effective ways of responding to their family member's concern, support family members in patient treatment compliance, among other common themes of family dynamics. When appropriate, supporting the family system ultimately improves the resident’s psychological functioning and functioning.
Health and Behavioral Services:
address a wide range of physical health issues, such as patient adherence to medical treatment, symptom management of chronic diseases, and behavioral interventions for pain management.
address common behavior problems, such as verbal agitation, wandering, refusal of care, and sexual acting out.