Specialties

Group Skills Training

Reach Beyond offers several group skills sessions that are geared to address many client needs. Groups include:

  • Teen Self Harm Prevention
  • Parenting Skills Training
  • Adolescent Life Skills Training
  • Adult Life Skills Training
  • Additional groups will be added as the need arises.
    Counseling

    Reach Beyond offers Child, Family and Individual Mental Health Counseling by a skilled, Licensed Clinical Social Worker for clients of all ages. Our LCSW works jointly with clients to create individualized treatment plans to address client needs, including:

    • All mental health diagnoses
    • Dual diagnoses
    • Crisis intervention

    Our Clinician also offers services such as:

    • Complete Diagnostic Assessments
    • Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing
    • Play Therapy
    • Theraplay
    • Debriefing
    • Supervision
    • IBSR
    Medication Management

    We work with Psychiatrists and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners to offer treatment and medication management for all mental illness diagnosis including:

    • ADD/ADHD
    • Bipolar Disorder
    • Generalized Anxiety Disorder
    • Major Depressive Disorder
    • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
    • Personality Disorders
    • Schizoaffective Disorder
    • and more…
    Children's Service Coordination

    Children's Service Coordination is a program designed to assist the families of children with special needs (severe emotional disturbance, special health care needs) ages 3 through 17. Service Coordinators link, monitor, and coordinate services for clients to ensure that their medical, safety, psychiatric, personal, family, educational, vocational, financial, basic living, legal and community needs are met.

    Adult Targeted Case Management

    Adult Targeted Case Management is a service provided to assist clients with mental health diagnoses in maintaining stable and independent living. Case Managers link, monitor, and coordinate services for clients to ensure that their medical, safety, psychiatric, personal, family, educational, vocational, financial, basic living, legal and community needs are met.

    An assessment for case management on adult/senior needs could include:

    • Aide care
    • Medication management
    • Meal preparation
    • Bathing assistance
    • Dressing assistance
    • Fall prevention
    • Physical and occupational therapy needs
    • Assistive devices (walkers, wheelchairs, canes, shower chairs, grab bars, safety rails, etc.).
    • Veterans programs
    • Placement in local facilities
    • Transportation services
    • Linking to psychiatric and other mental health services
    • Financial assistance with budgeting and linking to community providers like EICAP
    • Vocational Rehabilitation
    • Primary Care Providers and other medical needs
    • And more….
    Children and Adolescent Community Based Rehabilitation

    We promote efficacy, stability, and skill development for children and adolescents diagnosed with severe emotional disturbance (SED). We use Skills that address observable behavior, and other appropriate resources, to teach clients emotion regulation, social/interpersonal skills, and distress tolerance skills that they can use at home, at school and in the community. We encourage and value the participation of family members (specifically parents and guardians). Our CBRS’s strive to provide both skill building and community reintegration experiences for our younger clients so that they can both learn skills and learn to use them independently and in their daily lives.

    Children and Adolescents CBRS lessons also include:

    • Recognizing and responding to common social cues
    • Conflict resolution skills
    • Boundary setting
    • Developing healthy peer relationships and support systems
    • Communicating needs effectively and appropriately
    • Creating structure and routine in the home
    • Seeking appropriate attention
    • Step-task completion
    • Learning focus and sustainable attention
    • Age appropriate self-care
    • Safety
    • Crisis prevention planning
    • Crisis intervention skills
    • And more…
    Adult Community Based Rehabilitation

    Adult Community Based Rehabilitation aims to promote recovery from mental illness by assisting clients in maintaining stability, gaining independence and achieving effective and appropriate community integration. As an integral part of the treatment team, CBRS workers work in collaboration with mental health providers to deliver individualized, one-on-one services based on a comprehensive treatment plan. Using Behavioral Skills and other appropriate resources, and focusing on observable behavior, CBRS workers focus on helping individuals develop skills needed to increase their ability to function independently, successfully and satisfactorily in their daily lives.

    Adult CBRS lessons also include:

    • Conflict resolution skills
    • Basic Living Skills
    • Boundary setting
    • Developing healthy peer/family relationships and support systems
    • Decreasing isolation behaviors
    • Creating structure and routine in the home
    • Meal planning
    • Budgeting
    • Scheduling
    • Recognizing and responding appropriately to health care needs
    • Medication adherence
    • Effective communication in parenting
    • Learning focus and sustainable attention
    • Self-care
    • Home care
    • Parenting Skills
    • Safety
    • Crisis prevention planning
    • Crisis intervention skills
    • And more…
      Senior Community Based Rehabilitation

      Senior Community Based Rehabilitation aims to assist clients in recovering from mental illness, maintaining stability and gaining independence. CBRS workers also help clients learn new coping skills to help them adapt to their changing life roles, physical health needs and environments. Senior Community Based Rehabilitation Workers work closely with health care providers to deliver individualized, one-on-one services based on a comprehensive treatment plan. They focus on helping individuals develop skills needed to maintain or increase the client’s ability to function independently, successfully and satisfactorily in their daily lives.
      Senior CBRS lessons also include:

      • Conflict resolution skills
      • Basic Living Skills
      • Boundary setting
      • Communicating needs effectively and appropriately
      • Developing healthy peer/family relationships and support systems
      • Creating structure and routine in the home
      • Meal planning
      • Budgeting
      • Scheduling
      • Recognizing and responding appropriately to health care needs
      • Medication adherence
      • Effective communication skills
      • Self-care
      • Home care
      • Safety
      • Seeking appropriate attention
      • Crisis prevention planning
      • Crisis intervention skills
      • And more…
        Treatment Planning

        The treatment team at Reach Beyond (counselors, psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, CBRS workers, Service coordinators, case managers, etc.) collaborate with each client, using the available assessments, to create a comprehensive, individualized, evidence-based treatment plan. Treatment plans often include Skill Building, Community Integration, Medication Management, Counseling, and other needed care for the following areas:

        • Health/Medical
        • Vocational/Educational
        • Financial
        • Social/interpersonal
        • Family
        • Basic Living Skills
        • Housing
        • Community / Legal
        • Psychiatric
        Assesments

        Reach Beyond provides comprehensive assessments for needs and services before beginning services with every client.
        Such assessments may include:

        • Community Based Rehabilitation
        • Service Coordination
        • Case Management
        • Counseling
        • Aide care
        • Medication management
        • Meal preparation
        • Bathing assistance
        • Dressing assistance
        • Fall prevention
        • Physical and occupational therapy needs
        • Assistive devices (walkers, wheelchairs, canes, shower chairs, grab bars, safety rails, etc.).
        • Veterans programs
        • Placement in local facilities
        • Transportation services

        The information gained from each assessment is used to develop an individualized, comprehensive treatment plan.