Clinical and Behavioral Supports

Many clients require goal-directed therapeutic services and interventions to help them address psychological issues that hinder their ability to live satisfying, healthy and productive lives.  For some, short-term treatment is focused on resolving or adjusting to a new challenge or transition. Others with a complex emotional history require a continuation of their earlier treatment or long-term care. Referrals for clinical services are usually initiated by the case manager and participants are matched with an onsite behavioral health professional, or a provider in the vicinity if appropriate.

Behavioral health services include:

  • Onsite psychiatric evaluations and monitoring (private pay)
  • Monitoring of medications, if required
  • Short-term or long-term counseling
  • Crisis intervention
  • Behavioral interventions
  • Family counseling
  • Relevant groups and workshops including anger management/conflict resolution and social skills development

There is active communication throughout all JESPY House departments regarding the client’s progress and adaptations. Such interdisciplinary collaboration is essential to remain focused on achieving the client’s identified goals.

Staff within Clinical and Behavioral Supports is credentialed with Master’s Degrees in the human services field and have extensive experience in special education, counseling and clinical social work.  In addition, a consulting psychologist and two consulting psychiatrists are onsite regularly.

Overall, Clinical and Behavioral Health Supports focuses on the strengths, interests and talents of the clients while providing the appropriate stimulation needed in their growth towards greater independence.

Clinical and Behavioral Supports Staff


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