Agency COVID Status:
- 30% of clinicians willing to go in person/in community as per family preference. 70% of Supreme clinicians serving virtually
- As clinicians get vaccinated, these ratios will change.
- Supreme Consultants COVID Policy
As a Medicaid provider and vendor of the state’s In-Community Program, Supreme Consultants aids in addressing the need to provide professionals and para-professionals with the linguistic and cultural competence skills often required by families coming from other parts of the globe. We provide a cognitive behavioral therapy approach, among others, to aid children and their family in addressing troublesome issues.
Children and their families are seen in the comfort of their homes at a time that is mutually convenient for both the clinicians and families. Youth typically undergo sessions once or twice a week for an average period of approximately 12 weeks. Each service provider’s goal is to assess the child and his/her family, execute a treatment plan and work with a team (composed of a mentor, behavioral assistant, clinician, case manager and possibly others) to reach certain goals.
Supreme Consultants provides the following services below:
- Intensive In-Community Services (IIC) are therapeutic services, intended for a restoration of a youth's functional level after a decline related to behavioral health episode or a significant life stressor or trauma. These services are provided by licensed practitioners, and may include individual and/or family therapy interventions.
- Behavioral Assistance (BA) is a process of intervention and ongoing evaluation resulting in effective modification of a youth's identified behavior(s). The services involve applying positive behavioral principles within the community, using culturally based norms to foster behaviors that are rehabilitative and restorative.
- Mentoring: A person who can be a positive role model for a child and spend quality time with a child and offer support, encouragement, and fun.
- BioPsychoSocial Assessment (BPS) is an assessment authorized by PerformCare or our providers in order to make an accurate evaluation of your child's needs and the most appropriate resources or services. This means a licensed clinician will meet in person with you and your child to collect more information.
- Psychological Evaluations: A psych evaluation observes and measures a person’s behaviors, thoughts, and emotions to determine a diagnosis and appropriate treatment plan.
- Psychosexual Evaluation: Focuses on a person’s psychological and sexual functioning. This evaluation examines the person’s sexual interests, attitudes and behaviors to see if there are deviancy issues. It also evaluates the person’s risk for re-offending or acting out sexually in the future.
- FireSetter Evaluations: An evaluation that may use a variety of instruments that are available to determine the depth of the youth experience with fire setting and their risk level for repeating the behavior.
- Tutoring: A tutor is someone who helps a student understand the material they are learning and gives additional, special, or remedial instruction.
- Interpreting Services: Translating a foreign language, as in a conversation between people speaking different languages.
- Nurturing Parenting®: Is a Program that is a family-centered trauma-informed initiative designed to build nurturing parenting skills as an alternative to abusive and neglecting parenting and child-rearing practices.
- Parent Mentoring: Parent mentors help parent and caregivers gain the knowledge and skills required to raise emotionally, psychologically, and physically healthy children.
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Last Updated: 09/25/21