Psychiatric Diagnostic Evaluation (Diagnostic Assessment) services are designed, through face-to-face contact, to determine the functional level, psychological state, and contributing medical conditions, and to formulate a diagnostic impression. A complete psychosocial history, mental status examination, screening tools, and psychological tests are conducted as part of the assessment.
Individual Psychotherapy (Counseling) services are face-to-face contact designed to help reduce the impact of the individual’s mental illness or emotional disturbance on their day-to-day life. Counseling may be provided in either individual, family, or group settings depending on your needs and goals. Through counseling, individuals are aided in maximizing the quality of their life through the use of therapeutic techniques.
Telehealth is the delivery of behavioral health services using interactive technologies (use of audio, video, or other electronic communications) between a clinician and a client who are not in the same physical location. When telehealth services are conducted, the client must be located within the state of Ohio. During the telehealth session, we conduct your counseling session as we would a face to face office-based session. You will be asked a series of questions prior to beginning the session to ensure your safety. The session will take place utilizing telecommunication technology, through Microsoft Teams. Microsoft Teams is a HIPAA secure service. The interactive technologies used in telehealth health incorporate network and software security protocols to protect the confidentiality of client information transmitted via any electronic channel. These protocols include measures to safeguard the data and to aid in protecting against intentional or unintentional corruption. No video, audio, and/or photo recordings will occur during your session. Telehealth health services rely on technology, which allows for greater convenience in service delivery. There are risks in transmitting information over technology that include, but are not limited to, breaches of confidentiality, theft of personal information, and disruption of service due to technical difficulties. If for some reason you are disconnected due to loss of connectivity or service, you can contact your clinician via phone at 740-687-0042. Reasonable and appropriate efforts have been made to eliminate any confidentiality risks associated with telehealth health sessions, and all existing confidentiality protections under federal and Ohio state law apply to information disclosed during these telehealth health sessions. To ensure your privacy and confidentiality, please participate in the session in a private space that is free from distractions and other parties. You may withhold or withdraw consent to the telehealth health services at any time without affecting your right to future care, treatment, or risking the loss or withdrawal of any program benefits to which you would otherwise be entitled. You will be advised of all the potential risks, consequences, and benefits of telehealth. Your clinician will discuss the information provided above with you. You will be given the opportunity to ask questions and receive answers about the information presented regarding telehealth services. Telehealth services may be covered by your insurance. It is important to check with your insurance company to ensure coverage.
Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment and Therapeutic Behavioral Services (Case Management and Therapeutic Mentoring) is a community-based clinical service designed to work with counseling services to help clients transfer their learning from the therapeutic office to the community. These services are available for children, youth, and adults who are having difficulties with social interaction, communication, problem solving, conflict-resolution and/or independent living skills. These services are designed to facilitate communication among various treatment providers and to ensure that you are getting your basic needs met.
Alcohol and Other Drug Services (AOD) and Substance Use Disorder Case Management Services (SUD) are designed to aid clients who are diagnosed with substance abuse or dependence create and implement a program of recovery that can be applied to living in the community. At Mid-Ohio Psychological Services, Inc. these services include outpatient assessment and individual/group counseling, and case management services designed to help individuals and families gain management over chemical usage and to decrease the impact of chemical abuse. These services are provided in a face-to-face fashion by a clinician who is qualified to provide substance abuse/dependency services. Mid-Ohio Psychological Services, Inc. provides low intensity outpatient treatment services, utilizing a “best practices” model that is sensitive to cognitive difference and varying levels of willingness to change.
Consultation services are a formal and systematic information exchange between an agency and a person other than a client, which is directed towards the development and improvement of individualized service plans and/or techniques involved in the delivery of mental health services. Consultation may be focused on the clinical condition of a person served by another system or focused on the functioning and dynamics of another system.
Prevention services are designed to be proactive and evidence-based, to reduce individual, family and environmental risk factors, increase resiliency, enhance protective factors and achieve individual and comprehensive community wellness through a team or collaborative approach.
Personal Growth Intake and Counseling
Personal Growth Intake and Counseling services are designed to help you find solutions in various areas of your life including times of growth and development, self-fulfillment, couples and marriage counseling, assistance during transitions, grief and loss, stress management, and Employee Assistance Program, etc. Personal Growth Counseling may be provided in either individual or family format to meet your needs and goals. Please note, this service is not covered by insurance and will require you to pay out of pocket or your employer may pay for this benefit.
OhioRISE (Resilience through Integrated Systems and Excellence) is a specialized Medicaid managed care program that focuses on children (under the age of 21) who have complex behavioral health and multisystem needs. Care Coordination is provided through OhioRISE specialized Medicaid care program. Care Coordination is typically a flexible and responsive way of bringing together resources with and for a child, youth, and family to streamline care across multiple providers and payers, not only for children with complex behavioral health challenges but for those with less intensive needs as well. The goal is to bring their care closer to home in their familiar communities and surroundings. In partnership with our care management entity (CME) for OhioRISE, The Buckeye Ranch, we support OhioRISE members who live in the eastern Franklin County. To learn more about OhioRISE services, please refer to the OhioRISE family flyer.
Behavioral Health Integration
Children who are seen for medical care may also have emotional, behavioral, and social needs. Our mental health clinicians join medical providers to provide high quality specialized behavioral health care for children, adolescents, and families. Our approach utilizes a systematic and cost-effective approach to provide patient-centered care. Currently, we are providing integrated care at Westerville Pediatric Associates. Please reach out to email@example.com to learn more about behavioral health integrated care.
School Based Care
Our mental health clinicians can provide counseling and prevention services within the school environment. We assist children to overcome life’s problems, feel better, manage their relationships with others and improve how they do in school. We currently provide school-based services in the following districts: Lancaster City Schools and Amanda-Clearcreek Local Schools. Please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about our school-based care.