Therapy. 2. Environmental (Classroom, School Building or School District) a. School and community surveys or other strategies for determining the conditions contributing to harassment, intimidation or bullying; b. School culture change;
Therapy. 2. Environmental (Classroom, School Building or School District) a. School and community surveys or other strategies for determining the conditions contributing to harassment, intimidation or bullying; b. School culture change; c. School climate improvement; d. Adoption of research-based, systemic bullying prevention programs; e. School policy and procedures revisions; f. Modifications of schedules; g. Supervision; h. Small or large group presentations for fully addressing the behaviors and the responses to the behaviors;
Therapy. Time during normal working hours will be granted to an employee for psychological or psychiatric therapy outside the Employer in the belief that such therapy would benefit the agency as well as the individual employee. No compensation other than time off, at a maximum of one hour per week, plus traveling time, not to exceed one hour, will be made for such therapy.
Therapy. I am a licensed psychologist specializing in treating individuals and couples coping with infertility, cancer, grief, anxiety, and depression. Therapy is not easily described in general statements. It varies depending on the personalities of the therapist and patient and the particular problems you are experiencing. There are many different methods that may be used to deal with the problems you hope to address in therapy. Approaches to treatment may include individual, family, and/or group therapy. Therapy is not like a medical doctor visit. Instead, it calls for a very active effort on your part. In order for the therapy to be most successful, you will need to work on things both during your therapy sessions and outside of therapy (e.g. at work school and/or home). The initial focus of therapy is on understanding the thoughts, feelings and life situations that are of concern to you. Therapy has many potential benefits. It often leads to better relationships, solutions to specific problems, improved self-awareness and significant reductions in feelings of distress. Therapy also has risks. Since therapy often involves discussing unpleasant aspects of your life, you may experience uncomfortable feelings such as sadness, guilt, anger, frustration, anxiety and helplessness. It is important to recognize that these feelings may be natural and normal and are an important part of the therapy process. Other risks of therapy include recalling unpleasant events, facing unpleasant thoughts and beliefs and a change in your desire to maintain certain relationships. It can also become a place where major life decisions are made including decisions involving separation within families, development of other types of relationships, changing employment settings and changing lifestyles. Although I expect therapy to be helpful, there is no guarantee that therapy will accomplish your desired goals. Goals for therapy are determined within the first few sessions and are periodically reviewed and refined. Termination occurs when we both mutually agree that the goals have been satisfactorily addressed or there is some other reason to terminate. You have the right to terminate therapy at any time, but I encourage you to discuss your concerns with me for at least one session before termination. You have the right to seek a second opinion from another mental health professional and a referral to other professionals, if requested or indicated, can be made at any time. PSYCHOLOGICAL EVA...
Therapy. 1. I understand Vision Restoration Therapy is a 6-calendar month therapy that must be performed as prescribed by a physician to potentially improve my vision.
Therapy. Therapy, including individual, family, and group therapy, must be provided by a Licensed Behavioral Health Professional (LBHP) or Licensure Candidate who must use and document a generally accepted clinical approach to treatment such as cognitive behavioral treatment, narrative therapy, solution focused brief therapy or another widely accepted theoretical framework for treatment. The therapy must be goal directed utilizing techniques appropriate to the individual consumer's service plan and the consumer's developmental and cognitive abilities. This service does not include social skill development or daily living skill activities.
Therapy. I will participate in group, individual, and/or community program therapy approved by the Aegis Health Group for a minimum of two years. If my therapist finds that I am not substance free, or have not been compliant with this agreement, or am unable for any reason to practice my profession with reasonable safety, my therapist will notify the Aegis Health Group immediately in writing and provide all related information.