CSI offers outreach mental health psychotherapy for families struggling with high risk situations stemming from serious emotional disturbances, psychiatric impairments, addictions, and high-stress life situations such as foster care, homelessness, returning combat PTSD, or sudden unemployment.
All psychotherapy is provided under the watchful eyes of a multi-disciplinary team including a child psychiatrist, psychologist, and social worker. Clients have access to a 24 hour, 7 day a week phone support, and back-up psychiatric evaluation and medication management.
Home-Based Individual and Family Therapy for Adults and Children
CSI pioneered the approach of using home-based, Medicaid-funded outpatient mental health treatment, building on Dr. Sacco’s first book, Outreach Family Therapy (Clark, Zalis, Sacco, 1982) and his experiences in Massachusetts’s de-institutionalization movement beginning in the mid 1970’s.
Office Based Therapy for Post Incarceration and Dual Diagnosis
CSI offers medically-supervised outpatient psychotherapy for clients struggling with dual diagnosis conditions including personality disorders, chronic mood disorders, and trauma-inflicted psychiatric conditions. CSI offers culturally-sensitive clinicians conversant in Spanish. Treatment uses evidence-based approaches like neurofeedback and supportive, relational therapy combined with psychiatric monitoring.