Individual Therapy/Counseling – Address social, emotional, behavioral and/or substance abuse needs.
Case Management/CPST – Linking, referring, advocating, collaborating, monitoring and skill building.
Group Therapy – Assist clients by having them work in a group setting with peers as they learn and practice a variety of copying and life management skills.
Intensive Outpatient (IOP) – Multiple weekly sessions including community sober support activities.
Supportive Aftercare (SAP) – A step down program for clients whom have relapsed or are vulnerable to recidivism due to their environment.
Supportive Recovery – Combination of outpatient group and individual sessions.
Assessment – bio-psycho social assessment
Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder
School Based Support – Collaboration with the schools providing on-site services.
TBS Day Treatment Program – Intensive MH program for kids K-7.
A Peace of Mind Wellness Day Treatment Therapy is an intensive level of mental health services offered to school aged youth grades K-7 who are experiencing behavioral challenges.
FOCUS OF THE PROGRAM
The Day Treatment Therapy program provides therapeutic support to youth who struggle with symptoms of ADHD, Depression, ODD, Mood Instability, etc.
The interventions employed by our staff will reinforce positive behaviors while reducing self-defeating ideologies and maladaptive responses to structure by implementing and teaching age appropriate coping mechanisms.
The program’s treatment strategies focus on helping students learn to:
· Control aggression/anger.
· Enhance communication and social and interpersonal skills.
· Make healthier choices and decisions.
· Improve daily living skills, impulse control, peer relations, and problem solving.
· Improve community connection.
· Improve overall psychological well-being
What is Day Treatment?
Day Treatment is an outpatient program designed to successfully address mental health, emotional, and behavioral issues that create a barrier to effective learning.
At A Peace of Mind Wellness our specialists facilitate evidence-based interventions such as cognitive behavioral therapy, strengths-based modalities, and mindfulness techniques designed to address disruptive behavior to youth acting out. Effective interventions improve student’s dynamics and allow them to learn. An intervention by a specialist gives a child the best opportunity to redirect problematic behavior in real time so he/she can continue to learn while protecting the learning environment of others.
How Does Day Treatment Therapy work?
The Day Treatment team provides therapeutic activities including Individual and/or group social skills education, behavior management, crisis intervention, family and psycho-educational interventions. A diagnostic evaluation is conducted and if a child or adolescent has been determined to be eligible for Day Treatment, it is followed by the development of an Individualized Service Plan designed to address each students specific needs including therapeutic activities before, during and after school, as well as in the home and during holiday and summer breaks.
Who is eligible for Day Treatment?
Day Treatment participants are school-aged children and adolescents whose mental health, behavioral and emotional difficulties have resulted in significant functional impairments in major life activities either at home, school or in community. These youth might be at-risk of removal from their home or school, their ability to handle self-contained or resource classrooms without intensive interventions may have been seriously compromised. They often have difficulty with interpersonal relationships and require recurrent interventions at home and/or in the community.
How is Day Treatment funded?
Medicaid or Private insurance may fund this service for youth who are currently insured and meet the eligibility criteria for the program.
Where is Day Treatment offered?
A Peace of Mind Wellness Day Treatment program is now available at our new facility located at 5734 Douglas Rd. (Located directly behind “Lion of Juda World Outreach Center”) Toledo OH 43613. Our hours are 8:00am – 7:00pm allowing for, during and after school Day Treatment Monday through Friday. Please call us at 419-724-1500 for more information or to talk with one of our intake specialists. We also offer services via Phone, Text Messaging or Video if needed.