Home Health Care
In the comfort of your own home, you can have a licensed psychologist or licensed clinical social worker provide 1:1 psychotherapy. The therapist helps you gain more control over your life, cope better with daily stressors and feeling less independent, depression and anxiety, and get you to a healthier place – physically, emotionally, and psychologically.
Home health care is usually less expensive, more convenient, and just as effective as care you get in a hospital or skilled nursing facility. Our services are often covered by your insurance plan so their will be little to no out of pocket expense to you. Your individual therapist will meet with you on a regular basis and set up a treatment plan, providing structure and goals that help make you feel more secure about your future.
Our goal – to help people achieve an optimal level of functioning and allow them to age at home. To achieve this end, clinicians work collaboratively with caregivers and home healthcare support services.
Individual Psychotherapy. One to One therapy provided to a resident by a licensed clinical psychologist or licensed clinical social worker. Therapists utilize cognitive-behavioral therapy techniques that teach residents how to examine and understand how negative thought patterns contribute to emotional distress and behavioral disturbances. When beliefs are more reasonable and nurturing, healthy feelings and actions tend to follow.
Therapists provide coping skills and strategies helping residents feel more in control of their life and their new surroundings. They teach them how to cope with daily stressors. Behavior Therapy helps identify and reduce unhelpful patterns of functioning. Residents learn techniques that enable to rid themselves of unwanted habits and establish healthier ways of living.
Family/Couples Therapy helps both residents and family cope with placement at a facility or changes in a resident’s level of functioning