R&K Wellness & Mental Health
Outpatient Counseling Services (OPT)
We use client-centered and evidenced based approaches to develop an assessment and individualized treatment plan to assist our clients in developing the necessary coping skills, while exploring how their thoughts, feelings and behaviors interact. Through the utilization of counseling modalities such as cognitive behavioral therapy, solution focused brief therapy, motivational interviewing, mindfulness work, trauma focused work and other evidence based practices, we work on adapting to the needs/areas of improvement that our clients want to work on, while also incorporating a wellness and psycho-educational component into the client’s treatment. Our clinicians work with our clients, families and caregivers to offer and explore strategies to help adults and children understand, manage and prevent their mental health symptoms, while improving their daily living, skills of independence and self-awareness/understanding within the home and community.
In-home Support Services - for Adults (DLS)
We use a client-centered approach to create individual treatment plans that target specific areas of improvement, promote growth and teach skills of daily living/independence. We will assist our clients in identifying their goals and areas of treatment, and will actively support and provide ongoing feedback while clients work towards accomplishing their desired goals. We will monitor client progression and skill development, which will help the client and treatment team continue to refine the client's treatment objectives and goals. We want to develop long term strategies that assist our clients with overcoming barriers and increasing their skills of independence in their homes and community.
Section 92 – Behavioral Health Home Case Management for Adults & Children
We utilize an individually based or child and parent(s)/caregiver(s) client-centered approach to collaboratively develop an individualized treatment plan that targets the client’s areas that require improvement, psych-educational understanding, support, guidance and skill development to enhance independence and wellness. Through establishing a professional and therapeutic alliance with the individual adult or child and parent(s)/care-giver(s), we customize plans that address but are not limited to; accessing medical and mental health providers on regular and recurring basis, education, social and interpersonal functioning, vocation, daily living skill enhancement, community engagement, medical and psychological management. We also partner with clients and/or legal guardians/parents to help support them increase their skills to independently access and address various personal needs and obligations. Our BHH Case Management team also consults on a monthly basis with a professional licensed multidisciplinary team that consists of a Medical Practitioner, Psychiatrist, Registered Nurse, Clinical Mental Health Counselor and Certified Peer Support Specialist to analyze BHH cases through various professional lenses, which increase efficiently and effectively of the treatment and delivery of BHH Case Management services. Our Certified Peer Support Specialist collaboratively work with BHH clients and BHH Case Managers (through individual meetings, co-facilitating groups and attending various appointments) to assist with BHH client care, treatment, wellness and independence. Through this collaborative and multidisciplinary collective team approach that integrates numerous disciplines in client care and treatment, it supports an environment that assists in increasing client’s progress, success and outcomes of established BHH Case Management goals.
Case Management Services - for Adults (CIS)
We use a client-centered approach to create individual treatment plans to assist our clients with problem solving, decision making, coping skills and connect with various community resources to maximize strengths, resources, and increase independence. The CIS Adult Case Manager will help clients meet a robust set of needs such as accessing medical and mental health providers, housing, vocation, education, food, entitlements and other identified needs. We will also monitor client's progress, set and adjust goals as needed throughout the duration of treatment to assist clients in achieving their envisioned goals successfully.
Targeted Case Management Services - for Children (TCM)
We utilize a child and parent(s)/care-giver(s) centered approach to collaboratively develop an individualized treatment plan that targets the child’s areas that require improvement and support. Through establishing a professional alliance with the child and parent(s)/care-giver(s), we customize plans that address but are not limited to; accessing medical and mental health providers, education, social and interpersonal functioning, vocation, daily living skill enhancement, community engagement, medical and psychological management. Our team works with the child and parent(s)/care-giver(s) to ensure that the child is being linked to the appropriate services within the home, community and academic environments, while also developing plans to assist and monitor the child’s areas of improvement. We also partner with the parent(s)/care-giver(s) to help support them in accessing resources and increase their skills in independently providing a wide range of support to their child.
Reiki & Hypnotherapy
We utilize a client-centered approach in both Reiki and Hypnotherapy. Reiki is a technique (usually requires some therapeutic touch, if approved by client) that helps with relaxation, stress reduction and healing which facilitates the process of recovery. One of Reiki's philosophies is that people can connect with their own healing energy and utilize it to strengthen energy in themselves and help others. Hypnotherapy is a type of alternative and holistic therapy that uses hypnosis to assist clients use their mind's natural abilities to alleviate stress, help resolve issues and reframe their perception of various life issues. Hypnotherpay can be utilized to bring relief to existing conditions and alter identified areas in a positive manner.
Share Living Provider (OADS sections 20, 21, & 29) - FOR THOSE WHO ARE INTERESTED PLEASE COMPLETE & SUBMIT A PROVIDER QUESTIONARE WHICH IS DOWNLOADABLE IN THE REFERRALS BELOW
Shared Living is one option in a range of housing and support services for individuals with intellectual disabilities, autistic spectrum disorders, and other related conditions. Shared Living is supported by the Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) through the MaineCare program (Sections 20, 21 and 29) as one of the least restrictive and most cost-effective options of home support services available in Maine. Shared Living allows an individual to live in a family-style setting and become a member of the household, the family, and the community. Shared Living is for any individual with intellectual disabilities or autism who prefers to live in a family-type home, and whose Person-Centered Planning (PCP) team has determined this to be an appropriate living option. Shared Living can be for any individual if the correct match is found. The Shared Living model has proven to be a good means for providing inclusion in a person’s community when an individual is matched and well supported by a Shared Living Home Provider. Shared Living can provide a consistent and stable support system while minimizing the impact that is inherent in shift staff residential models related to multiple staff and turnover. Shared Living is a lifestyle choice that allows the Shared Living Home Provider to provide services from their home.