Comprehensive Clinical Assessment & Individual Counseling
Comprehensive Clinical Assessments (CCA) are face-to-face evaluations completed by a mental health professional to help develop an appropriate treatment plan which may include Individual therapy - one-on-one sessions with a therapist.
Group counseling is a form of counseling where a small group of people meet regularly to discuss, interact, and explore problems with each other and the group leader.
Family therapy is a type of psychological counseling (psychotherapy) that can help family members improve communication and resolve conflicts.
Telehealth is electronic and telecommunications technologies and services used to provide care and services at a distance. Telehealth at Yotaron includes telemedicine and teletherapy which use two-way, real-time interactive audio and video to deliver behavioral health services.
Psychiatric Medical Providers use their clinical experience to treat mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders using medication and psychotherapy.
Substance Abuse Counseling/ Assessments
Substance Abuse Assessments define the nature of substance use. To develop specific treatment recommendations, such as substance abuse counseling for addressing the problem or diagnosis.
School-Based Mental Health Services
Students receive social–emotional and mental health support during school to achieve better academics.
CARE Training for Educators of Pre-K -12th Grade
CARE is for any adult working with children or teens to improve relationship and reduce mild-to-moderate behavior challenges: Educators will learn and practice skills designed to strengthen healthy relationships
Be CALM Specialist
The Be CALM Program is based on current developmental science and integrates evidence-based mindfulness and cognitive-behavioral strategies which increases teachers' intentional use of self-regulation support strategies with students.