TelePsychiatry & TeleSubstances Abuse Treatment At Home

Psycho & Behavioral Therapy

Medicaid, Medicare & Commercial/Private Insurances!

Applied Behaviorial Analysis, ABA

Applied behavior analysis, also called behavioral engineering, is a scientific technique concerned with applying empirical approaches based upon the principles of respondent and operant conditioning to change behavior of social significance.

Prominent ABA therapy include discrete trial training (DTT), modeling, the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), and reinforcement systems.

What Conditions Benefit From Applied Behavior Analysis?

      • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Patients who suffer from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are generally hyperactive and have difficulty concentrating and controlling impulsive behaviors.
      • Autistic Spectrum Disorder.
      • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
      • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Behavioral Counseling

Impulse control, Protracted Abstinence: Anhedonia, anxiety and depression. Relapse prevention, resistance of peer pressure and self-respect. Assessment of previous/current high-risk situations (triggers) and plan for potential slips. Adjust structure to fit progress.


Individual Therapy

Refusal training, psychoanalysis, psychodynamic, behavior, cognitive, humanistic and integrative/holistic)

Group Therapy

Wilderness, Adventure, Yoga Therapy, Alcoholic Anonymous sessions

Complementary Therapy

Nonverbal ways of healing: Art therapy, music therapy and animal assisted therapy

Psychosocial Rehabilitation, PSR

PSR is a treatment approach designed to help improve the lives of people with disabilities. The goal of psychosocial rehabilitation is to teach emotional, cognitive, and social skills that help those diagnosed with mental illness live and work in their communities as independently as possible.

Support Groups

Peer Support Groups

Alcoholics anonymous, opioids anonymous, bereavement, medical, weight loss, life transitions.

Spiritually Groups

Referral. Whether the patient is religious or not, recovery involves making changes in their values and their goals in life, and people who have spiritual resources to support them are usually more successful in recovery. Spiritual support systems help keep patients grounded and on a positive mental track.

Meditation Groups

If a patient is not religious, meditation or other positive groups can serve him or her well as an additional external focal point that is not connected to treatment.


Impulse control course

Relapse prevention

Resistance of peer pressure


Anger management

Domestic Violence

Parenting, skills development

Negative impact of alcohol on body’s physiology

Negative impact of opioids on body’s physiology

Negative impact of cannabis on body’s physiology

Negative impact of stimulants on body’s physiology


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