LifePath offers theraputic services designed to promote mental and emotional wellness, lifestyle health, and support to individuals, couples and families. LifePath works collaboratively with referring hospitals, primary care physicians, psychiatrists, schools and universities, and other social service agencies to ensure our clients receive responsive, integrated care.
Our licensed and certified providers are specialists in the behavioral health field representing a diverse array of specializations and treatment methods. This complement of service providers is designed to meet the equally diverse and individualized needs of those who seek our services. LifePath providers are knowledgeable and experienced in providing treatment for the behavioral and emotional aspects essential to mental health, and are skilled in facilitating the insight and action often needed to affect the personal changes being sought.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Motivational Interviewing (MI)
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT)
Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
Psychiatric Medication Management
Screening services at LifePath are provided by qualified behavioral health professionals who gathers information and engages in a process with clients, thereby enabling the professional to establish the need for a comprehensive assessment and identify treatment needs.
Assessment services at LifePath are provided by qualified behavioral health professionals who gathers information and engages in a process with clients, thereby enabling the professional to:
- Establish the presence or absence of a mental disorder;
- Identify the client’s strengths or problem areas which may affect the treatment processes; and
- Engage the client in developing treatment goals;
- Work with the client to identify other psychosocial need areas that may benefit from support.
Crisis intervention services at LifePath are provided by qualified behavioral health professionals providing a therapeutic intervention for the purpose of immediately reducing or eliminating the risk of physical or emotional harm to either the client or others.
Peer support services at LifePath are provided by individuals who have been trained and certified as a Peer Support Specialist, who have experienced a mental health disorder, and are willing to share their experience, strength and hope with clients experiencing similar mental health issues in order to bring about a desired social or personal change.
Peer support services are:
- Structured and scheduled non-clinical therapeutic activities with an individual client or within a group;
- Promote socialization, self-advocacy, preservation, and enhancement of community living for the client;
- Promote connection and fellowship in the community.
Group Outpatient Therapy
Group outpatient therapy services at LifePath are provided by qualified behavioral health professionals to promote the health, wellness, and self-determination of each client in the context of group support and fellowship.
Group Therapy is provided in a group setting of non-related individuals with groups not exceeding 12 individuals. Non-related individuals include a spouse, significant other, parent or person with custodial control, child, sibling, stepparent, stepchild, step-brother, step-sister, father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, grandparent, or grandchild.
Individual Outpatient Therapy
Individual therapy services at LifePath are provided by qualified behavioral health professionals to promote the health, wellness, and self-determination of each client.
Family Outpatient Therapy
Family outpatient therapy services at LifePath are provided by qualified behavioral health professionals and consist of therapeutic intervention provided between the therapist, the client, and at least one (1) member of the client’s family;
Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment
This service consists of:
- Use of standardized screening tools to assess clients for high risk behavior;
- Engaging clients demonstrating high risk behaviors in review of their referral options;
- Referring clients to additional services as needed.
Psychiatric Medication Management
Clients are supported in being active and informed participants in their medication management needs. Aside from knowing what medications should be taken and in what dosage, there are several factors a client might not understand about their prescribed medications, including reactions to other medications, side effects, and other problems that can affect their mental health. LifePath prescribers thoroughly address these issues. Clients will be engaged to understand their medicines’ purpose, safety, and effectiveness, as well as potential risks from mixing meds with food or supplements. Understanding why certain drugs may be needed and in what ways can encourage clients to take a more active role in managing their medications and their overall mental health.
Targeted Case Management
Case Management services work with clients and families to address need areas that are barriers to personal wellness and functioning. Case Managers also collaborate with other service providers involved in a client or family's care to assist in addressing social, emotional, educational, and vocational needs.