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    Programs that specialize in providing therapeutic interventions that are based on the premise that there is a basic interrelationship and interdependence between intrapsychic conflicts and the social environment in which they occur. The task of the therapist is to view the client in the context of his or her social environment and to assist the client to examine and deal with his or her intrapsychic conflicts and the impinging environmental factors as they take priority in the course of treatment. The therapist assists the client to gain insight into his or her conflicts and to manipulate the environmental factors that may be contributing to the problem. The vehicle for treatment is a therapeutic personal relationship in which the client's trust in the therapist, the therapist's observations and feelings about the client, and the interaction between the client and therapist lead to a mutual understanding of the nature of the problem and the appropriate methods to use for resolution.

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    Bryn Mawr Terrace - Social ServicesSocial Services: A member of our social services staff meets with each resident and conducts a social history and assessment upon admission. When short-term residents are ready to return home, social services staff helps residents determine the best options for a safe discharge. This includes reliance on home health care, durable medical equipment, community services, and support groups. Social services staff assesses the psychosocial needs of each long-term resident and visits for socialization and emotional support. The social services staff also acts as a liaison for community services that might be required for residents. All residents are invited to care conferences facilitated by the social services staff where the resident’s progress and plan of care are discussed.DelawareBryn Mawr Terrace - Delaware; Bryn MawrBryn Mawr Terrace
    Fellowship Health Resources - Psychosocial RehabilitationFHR's Psychosocial Rehabilitation Programs provide a staff-supported, therapeutic, center-based, consumer-driven psychoeducational and skill-building milieu dedicated to a wide variety of skill developments. Programs are staffed from 8:00 AM. to 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday. Evening and weekend hours are scheduled according to program activities. Referrals will be from Primary Psychiatrists, Community Mental Health Programs, and FHR Programs. Service needs are determined by staff and individuals served and are approved by the County, Local Managing Entity and/or Third Party Insurer, and include structured socialized activities, leisure time activities, a meal program, and self-management of treatment.Chester*Main Site (Fellowship Health Resources, Inc.)Fellowship Health Resources
    Kardon Institute for Arts Therapy - Individual SessionsBefore starting a program, all clients have an hour long assessment. A therapist spends time with each individual prior to entering the program in order to assess his/her interests, talents, and skills. Observations and recommendations are then discussed and an individualized program is created which may be 30, 45 or 60 minutes in length depending on the skill level and/or attention span of the individual. Hours vary at each location. Generally, sessions are available Monday through Thursday and Saturday.PhiladelphiaKardon Institute for Arts Therapy - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaKardon Institute for Arts Therapy

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