Mental Health Services
Mental Health services are provided to clients who experience a wide range of mental health difficulties, including: Depression, Anxiety, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, mood disorders, behavioral problems, problems managing stress and demands of daily life, and other mental health related issues.
A Renewed Mind takes an educational and therapeutic approach for the prevention and treatment of traumatic stress disorders.
The evidence based curriculum is designed to enable clients with an understanding of trauma and the ability to gain control of trauma related reactions triggered by current daily life stresses.
Therapy both empowers and challenges trauma survivors to become highly focused and mindful to make good decisions and build healthy relationships.
Our treatment philosophy includes services that are holistic, respectful, and empowering.
We see our clients and their families as respected experts and partners in the treatment process.
Our staff is trained in a variety of evidence-based practices including: Seeking Safety, Trauma-Focused CBT, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, and Aggression Replacement Therapy, among others.
Clients have the opportunity to participate in individual and group counseling and Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment (CPST-Case Management). Family members, sober supportive peers, and various stakeholders are encouraged to actively participate in the recovery lifestyle development of each client served by A Renewed Mind.
Counseling: Individual, Group, and Family
Adult & Child Psychiatry
Trauma Focused Care
Family Services Programming
Crisis Resolution/Family Stabilization
Parenting Skills Development
Child & Youth Outpatient
Mental Health Treatment
The child and youth outpatient staff provide evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, and care coordination to children and their families.
Services include accessing and integrating supportive resources to assist the family in achieving and maintaining a functional family environment.
Clients, guardians, and community psychiatric supportive treatment providers or licensed therapists plan together to achieve higher levels of functioning in home and school environments and in family relationships.
Individual and group treatments are provided in a variety of topic areas including trauma focused treatment, behavioral problems, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and adjustment to environmental problems (divorce, moving, loss, etc).
Mental Health Treatment
The adult outpatient staff provide evaluation, diagnosis, treatment, and care coordination to adults between the ages of 18 and 70.
Services include accessing and integrating supportive resources to assist the client in maintaining or enhancing quality of life.
Clients and community psychiatric supportive treatment providers or licensed therapists plan together to achieve higher levels of functioning in work or school environments, in family and social relationships, and in daily living activities.
Individual and group treatments are provided in a variety of topic areas.
A Renewed Mind provides child psychiatry services to children, ages 3-17, with mental health diagnoses.
The physicians at A Renewed Mind work with the parents or guardians to evaluate, diagnose, and create a plan for treatment that will support the child’s success.
When this includes medication, the physician will coordinate with other treatment providers and family support systems to ensure a collaborative approach is used.
A Renewed Mind provides psychiatric treatment services to adults, ages 18-70, in both an outpatient setting and in conjunction with the Adult Day Treatment Program and the Men’s Fresh Start Residential Program.
The physicians at A Renewed Mind work closely with each patient to find the right course of treatment for him or her.
Physicians strongly encourage a coordinated, collaborative approach to treatment with counseling and/or case management integrated into the treatment plan to supplement any medications.
School Based Day
A Renewed Mind has partnered with a number of charter schools in the northwest Ohio region to address the behavioral health needs of the children who have not been able to be successful in a traditional academic setting. In these schools,
A Renewed Mind staff are integrated into every classroom to provide structured services in conjunction and collaboration with the educational staff.
Licensed therapists and medical staff are integrated into the program to provide one on one treatment during non-academic portions of the day or to provide de-escalations as needed.
Case Management and outpatient or home based counseling is also available for these students after school to help address any needs in the family that may be impacting school success.
Adult Day Treatment Services
The Adult Day Treatment program is designed to provide at least 4 hours of mental health treatment, including individual and group counseling, daily to individuals, age 18-65, with Severe and Persistent Mental Illness.
Treatment is focused on increasing independence and quality of life, providing positive coping and daily living skills, and providing education and symptom reduction and management.
Socialization, wellness, and recreational activities and opportunities are integrated into the program schedule.
Access to psychiatric medication management is provided for individuals in this program based on each individual’s needs.
School Break Treatment Programs
A Renewed Mind offers a number of School Break Treatment Programs in various locations throughout the region.
These are skill building programs for A Renewed Mind children who have severe emotional disturbances and require structure and support during school holidays.
Through games and activities, children learn important behaviors like sharing, helping, and cooperation. Art, music, and drama help build self-esteem and expression.
These activities, along with appropriate group and individual treatment, create the structure needed to maintain the child’s success and stability – even when school is out.
Cognitive Enhancement Therapy
Cognitive Enhancement Therapy (CET) is an evidence-based practice designed to help people with schizophrenia and related cognitive disorders improve brain and cognitive development, social cognition, and increase vocational capacities.
CET is a group-based, 48 week course in which participants attend a 3.5 hour session one day per week. Each session includes computer-based cognitive exercises, social cognition learning groups, and one-on-one coaching with a CET coach.
Small groups allow participants to develop supportive peer relationships and meaningful roles in their lives.
School Based Services
A Renewed Mind has partnered with schools in various counties and cities throughout northwest Ohio to provide mental health and substance abuse treatment in the school setting.
Students are referred through the school staff based on significant changes in academic performance, behavior problems, emotional regulation problems, or stressors in the home that are affecting school functioning.
These students receive a full diagnostic assessment and have the support of case management staff and licensed therapists in the schools to help with coping skills, attention, de-escalation, and other treatment, as needed.
Services are provided in conjunction and coordination with the services the school district may offer, such as school counselor services, guidance counselor services, or prevention education services and primarily serve the students who are in need of services of a more intensive nature than the school staff are prepared to provide. Case
Management and outpatient or home based counseling is also available for these students after school to help address any needs in the family that may be impacting school success.
Adult Transitions Program
The Adult Transitions Program is designed to provide intensive case management and treatment focused on reducing and eliminating the barriers to successfully transitioning to adulthood for at-risk individuals ages 17-25 with severe emotional disorders/severe and persistent mental illness.
Eligible individuals include clients who have “aged out” of the child foster system, clients who are homeless or at significant risk of homelessness, and clients who did not complete a high school education and have been unable to find stable employment.
Community Psychiatric Supportive Treatment providers and licensed therapists work with these individuals to identify specific life goals, immediate barriers, and needs.
Providers and therapists also work to create a treatment plan that allows these clients to overcome the barriers that their diagnosis and environmental factors have created to success and a high quality of life.
For more information about our Mental Health Programs, please call (419) 720-9247