WMBH offers children's and adult outpatient therapy. WMBH also provides children's therapy to Mt Blue School District's students in their school on a limited basis. WMBH performs Vineland assessments without a waitlist and rapid reporting.
The Four Skill Modules. DBT Skills training is made up of four modules: core mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, and interpersonal effectiveness. They are designed to specifically assist individuals in better managing behaviors, emotions and thoughts.
Case management consists of several services, an intake and assessment for eligibility, an Individual Service Plan (ISP) detailing the strengths and needs of the child and the services necessary to address these needs. The case manager will work with the family to assist with the coordination and advocacy of services for the child.
Adult case management services designed to improve the quality of life for individuals who have behavioral health or special developmental needs. Case managers determine the person’s strengths and needs and then help identify and access resources and services to promote independence and integration in the community.
The goals of the treatment are to develop the member’s emotional and physical capability in the areas of daily living, community inclusion and interpersonal functioning, to support inclusion of the member into the community, and to sustain the member in his or her current living situation or another living situation of his or her choice. Families will work with a licensed clinician and Bachelor's level BHP.
Rehabilitative and Community Services (RCS) is for children or youth up to the age of 21 who have a developmental disability that affects their every day functioning. Services include skill building in activities of daily living and behavior management.