Here at Crimson Heights, we have the heart and passion to teach skills that increase mental wellness and behavioral health.
Integrity- Doing the right thing for the right reason, exhibiting trustworthiness and honesty. Following through on commitments, being impeccable with our word, and doing our best. Trusting what one says or does, and honestly communicating barriers before they are asked. Consistent follow-through is always upheld.
Quality – A commitment to follow best practices, provide premier service, and do the job to the best of our abilities. It involves training our team on best practices, implementing evidence-based approaches, and maintaining consistent communication with clients. Quality also means ensuring thoroughness, going above and beyond, and seeking feedback for improvement.
Relationships – Building strong and meaningful connections with others is essential. This involves communication, understanding, collaboration, and trust. It’s about finding ways to benefit everyone involved and aligning with the company’s mission and values. Taking the time to develop personal relationships creates a supportive and compassionate work environment.
Accountability means taking ownership of tasks and being proactive in finding solutions. It involves acknowledging mistakes and taking action to fix them, rather than blaming others. It also includes communication, delegation, and taking personal responsibility for completing tasks in a reliable and timely manner.
Innovation is the act of seeking new and creative ways to solve problems, living and thinking in the solution. It involves enhancing performance through collaboration and sustainable systems, focusing on ideas over problems. It requires a creative, problem-solving approach with thought, time, and energy invested. It also involves taking risks on creative solutions to achieve goals and create unique circumstances for more efficient, positive, and productive results.
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Social isolation is one of the main barriers to educational and vocational success. Download our brochure to learn more
Not every counselor is trained the same. Here are some common definitions that you will hear.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) has completed a masters degree in behavior analysis or education. They have 1500 hours of training in applied behavior analysis under the supervision of a BCBA. They have passed the BACB behavior analyst certification board national exam.
Clinical Mental Health Counselor (CMHC) has completed a masters degree in clinical mental health and at least 2 years of counseling under supervision and passed the national test. Or they were grandfathered in if they started practicing before 1991. A ACMHC is still under supervision and is working toward the full license.
Licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) has training in marriage and family therapy. They often also provide couples counseling. They have received a masters degree in marriage and family counseling and passed the national exam.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) have training in social work and have the broadest view. A LCSW has completed a masters degree in social work and 4000 hours of supervision under a licensed clinical social worker who received their supervision training plus an additional two years of field experience.
Yes we do! The most effective and evidence based practice for individuals with autism is applied behavior analysis (ABA). Practitioners of ABA are board certified or licensed professionals who observe, measure and change behaviors that are socially significant and sensitive to the rules of the local community. Evidence-based methods are utilized, behavior data is collected and used as a tool for decision making, and each behavior-change strategy applied is monitored closely for effectiveness. Some of the basic procedures used in ABA learning programs include shaping, prompting, differential reinforcement, errorless learning, extinction, and generalization. These programs may be adjusted based on the techniques used to “fit the individual’s learning needs” and response to intervention.
Depending on the program (Psychology, Counseling or Social Work) a counselor’s focus in therapy can be very different. Ask follow-up questions so that you are informed.
Counselors usually have an idea of how long clients attend therapy with them. Depending on what you are looking for, this can be an important question to ask.