This team provides comprehensive, evidence-based, and person-centered interventions to individuals who are dually diagnosed with Intellectual Disabilities and Mental Illness. We utilize a multi-disciplinary approach to practice; grounded in the expertise of Behavior Specialists, Therapists (LICSW and LCMHC), Registered Nurses, Nurse Practitioners, and a
consulting Psychiatrist and Psychologist.
Further expanding our clinical services line, Easterseals behavioral services provide analysis, training, plan development, and ongoing support to the individual and those involved in providing their care. Our approach is ‘strength-based’ geared toward the development of new healthier and more productive behaviors. Behavior plans that are developed are often part of a multi-element approach with includes counseling services and other ancillary supports.
Therapy includes, but is not limited to CBT, DBT, EMDR, MI. Services are provided within the scope of our clinical practice. Emotional health management, relapse prevention and risk reduction are the primary focuses of our counseling services. Individuals in need of counseling services typically receive this support on a weekly or bi-weekly basis.
Our internal nursing team is comprised of Registered Nurses who are He-M 1201 certified and provide support throughout New Hampshire. Our Nurse Trainers ensure that the health care needs of individuals receiving services are met and work collaboratively to develop treatment and care plans that promote independence and healthy living.
The High Risk/High Need Consultation Team would be comprised of a multi-disciplinary clinical team designed to evaluate challenging and clinically complex individuals to provide recommendations relative to their psychiatric medication regimen and treatment needs.
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