CenterPointe clients frequently receive individual therapy in combination with family therapy and, when needed, medication. This therapy may take the form of play therapy, art therapy or several other modes, depending on the child’s age, development and diagnosis. Children learn to react differently to the situations and bodily sensations that trigger their symptoms. In addition, children learn to understand how their thinking patterns can contribute to their symptoms and how changing their thoughts and assumptions can make their symptoms less likely to occur.
Targeted Care Coordination (TCC) assists youth and their families to navigate and advocate for locating and accessing services by linking the mental and physical health, social, educational, and other services identified through a child and family teaming process. The teaming process assists the youth and their family in identifying appropriate services and supports unique to the strengths and needs of the youth and family. Families participate in Person-Centered Service Planning (PCSP) which focuses on the youth’s strengths, interests, and needs. TCC is a required service for youths gaining access to services through the Y.E.S. program.
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