Behavioral Health Services
Lifeworks’ Behavioral Health division provides an array of services to support adults and transition-aged youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder and co-occurring mental health conditions. Treatment services focus on resolving mental health symptoms, as well as improving emotional and behavioral management, social competency, community involvement, and overall daily functioning. At intake, each service recipient receives a full psychiatric diagnostic evaluation and, if warranted, an individualized treatment plan.
TBS services are goal-directed supports with a primary focus on improving a person’s daily functional and social skills, increasing community involvement, and emotional and behavioral management by utilizing evidenced-based psychotherapeutic treatments. TBS services can be provided on an individual or group basis and across a variety of environments, including but not limited to the person’s home, day program, in the community, and/or in an office setting.
CPST services are goal-directed services that focus on the person's ability to succeed in the community, to identify and access needed services, and to show improvement in the school, work and home settings. CPST services can be provided across a variety of environments including but not limited to the person’s home, day program, school, in the community, and/or in an office setting.
Individual psychotherapy at Lifeworks, also known as talk therapy or counseling, is a one-to-one service between a licensed mental health clinician and client, intended to address a person’s emotional difficulties and symptoms of a mental health diagnosis. Psychotherapy sessions are conducted in an office setting.
Group psychotherapy is provided by a trained mental health clinician to address participant’s shared emotional difficulties and symptoms of mental health diagnoses. Group psychotherapy sessions will focus on subject matter/ themes/ symptoms relevant to all participants and seek to resolve issues through shared discourse, problem-soling, and skill-development. Group psychotherapy sessions are conducted in an office setting.
Lifeworks is a certified behavioral health provider through the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services (ODMHAS).
Lifeworks’ Behavioral Health Services are provided by an interdisciplinary team of professional counselors, social workers, qualified mental health specialists, and behavior analysts.
Behavioral Health Services are provided within a variety of settings including, but not limited to, home, group home, office, community, or worksite. Service provision hours are flexible. Administrative hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
If you are seeking Lifeworks Behavioral Health Services and have questions that extend beyond the information offered on our website, please visit the Contact Us page, complete the required fields, and someone will get back to you as soon as possible. Otherwise, contact our Intake Department at 216-320-8623.