As a care giver, it can be scary to see that your child is struggling. If you notice your child is battling with mood swings, anger, bullying, grief, attention deficient and/or hyperactivity, CNS Healthcare is here to help you help your child.
CNS Healthcare is a pediatric provider, and our Child, Youth, and Family Services are designed to provide behavioral-focused treatment, prevention, and educational services for those age 0-17. CNS Healthcare also provides Applied Behavior Analysis referrals for Autism (age 0-21) and services to persons of all ages diagnosed with intellectual or developmental disabilities.
Children who meet the eligibility requirements can receive the following services based upon need: psychiatric evaluations, evaluation and testing, medication management, psychotropic medications, long-acting medication (LAM), Medication assisted treatment (MAT), school clearance, and Individualized Educational Plans (IEP).
Children’s Mental Health Services are aimed at supporting and improving children’s emotional well-being and development. The services also assist children in their relationships with family and friends, aid in their ability to get along with others as well as function effectively at home, school, and in the community.
CNS Healthcare is pleased to offer psychotherapy and psychiatry for minors, under the age of 18. Our trained and experienced staff is equipped to provide a variety of psychotherapy interventions and modalities, for children and adolescents, including Play Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Behavioral health service, Developmental disability, Intellectual disability, Learning disabilities, Solution Focused Therapy, and Substance Use Therapy. Our therapists have experience helping clients with a variety of problem areas including, but not limited to, anxiety, depression, trauma, coping with divorce, adjustment problems, conduct disorders, and Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders.
ASPIRE Program provides specialized services for children, adolescents, and adults with intellectual, developmental and/or physical disabilities. These services are currently provided in Wayne and Macomb Counties.
Baby Court focuses on promoting the well-being of infants and young children involved with the child welfare and court systems. This program is a collaboration of judges, infant mental health, clinicians, foster care agencies, and the Michigan Department of Human & Health Services.
COP strengthens family relationships to improve functioning at home, school, and in the community. The program provides services that are member-directed, goal oriented, and family-focused
IECMH is a home and community-based service that helps caregiver(s) and infants/young children develop healthy relationships. Topics include: substance use disorders, domestic violence and mental health issues such as post-partum depression and more.
IHB addresses on-going challenges that keep children from doing their best at home, school, or in the community.
Parent Support Partners empowers parent(s) and other caregiver(s) with the knowledge and skills to make informed choices. Parent Support Partners seek out resources and supports and shares them with the community
A psychiatrist is a physician who specializes in psychiatry, the branch of medicine devoted to the diagnosis, prevention, study, and treatment of mental disorders.
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A therapist is a broad designation that refers to professionals who are trained to provide treatment and rehabilitation. The term is often applied to psychologists, but it can include others who provide a variety of services, including social workers, counselors, life coaches, and many others
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TF-CBT is an outpatient or home-based service to help children overcome trauma. The program helps decrease negative symptoms of trauma by supporting the child-caregiver relationship.
Many things can trigger anger, including stress, family problems, and financial issues. We’re here to help.
Bullying, like bullying outside the school context, refers to one or more perpetrators who have greater physical or social power than their victim and act aggressively toward their victim by verbal or physical means.
Cornerstone provides guidance to youth as they transition to adulthood. This program improves functional skills in education, employment, social supports, wellness, self-management, and residential stability.
SBS provides mental and physical health services to eligible students in an educational setting. Services are provided in the school or home and include therapy, diagnostics services, case management, and more.
Wraparound Program is a family-led service promoting success and safety in the home, school, and community
Youth In Transition provides mental health services for young adults ages 18-25.
YPS empowers youth by developing skills to improve their quality of life.
It is important to note that a minor, 14 years of age or older, who has received services from Community Healthcare based on section 330.1707 of the Mental Health Code must authorize release of information regarding provision of outpatient services to their parent, guardian and/or a person acting in loco parentis. Loco parentis means the legal responsible person or organization that takes on some of the functions and responsibilities of a parent. An exception to this authorization process can occur, when a mental health professional determines there is a compelling need for disclosure based on a substantial probability of harm to the minor or another individual, and if the minor is notified of the mental health professional’s intent to inform the minor’s parent, guardian or person in loco parentis.