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Mental Health
The only mental health provider that offers offer mental health care at comfort of your home.


Our multidisciplinary team of experienced professionals works together to support your loved ones’ rehabilitation after an illness, injury, hospital stay, or surgery, or to help manage their medical condition with the goal of preventing unnecessary hospitalization. Our holistic homecare services include:

Mental Health

Psychologists play a vital role in providing assessment, diagnosis, therapy, support, education, and crisis intervention services to promote the mental health and well-being of patients receiving home care and their caregivers. Below are some key roles:

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Key Roles:
Assessment and Evaluation

Psychologists conduct comprehensive assessments to evaluate the mental health status of your loved one receiving home care. This may include assessing cognitive functioning, emotional well-being, and any underlying psychological issues.

Diagnosis and Treatment Planning

Based on assessment results, our psychologists diagnose mental health conditions and develop tailored treatment plans. These plans may involve therapy, counseling, behavioral interventions.

Psychotherapy and Counseling

Psychologists provide patient and family therapy sessions within the home care setting. They offer evidence-based interventions to address a wide range of mental health concerns, such as depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, and adjustment difficulties related to illness or disability.

Cognitive Rehabilitation

For patient experiencing cognitive impairments due to conditions such as dementia or traumatic brain injury, our psychologists provide cognitive rehabilitation interventions. These interventions aim to improve cognitive functioning, enhance memory and problem-solving skills, and promote independence in daily activities.

Supportive Counseling for Caregivers

Psychologists offer support and counseling to caregivers who may experience stress, anxiety, or depression while caring for their loved ones at home. They provide coping strategies, emotional support, and guidance on self-care to help caregivers maintain their well-being.

Crisis Intervention

Psychologists are trained to respond to mental health crises that may occur in the home care setting, such as severe agitation, or emotional breakdowns. They provide immediate support, stabilization, and referral to appropriate resources or emergency services as needed.

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