Pathway Counseling Services
Individual and Group therapy services - Our individual and group therapy assist in the restoration and strength of every individual mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. We are concerned about the whole person and incorporate services which address the person’s individual needs.
Marital Counseling - We provide services for couples to build and maintain intimacy, communication, and unity.
Family Counseling - educate, enrich, restore, and bring support to each member of the family component. Through creative and structured programs, individuals, families, and marriages will not only be transformed but also equipped with the necessary tools to live purpose-fulfilled lives.
Education/Training - We provide psycho educational and training services to improve the persons overall wellbeing, understanding of self and others.
Supportive services - Support services provide opportunities for individuals to build social supports while empowering them to develop effective strategies for resolving similar issues. Members are invited to share information in a relevant and purposeful way based on shared experiences. Types of some supportive services offered based on need will include:
- Alcoholics Anonymous and Al anon
- Anxiety Disorders
- Domestic Violence
- Gamblers Anonymous
- Mood disorders
- Special needs children/adults and their families
Accomplished through providing Structure, Opportunities, Acceptance while fostering Resilience
Our Mission is to provide a structured environment to support the unique and diverse needs of children and their families where children can be engaged, lives can be enriched and their potential maximized within the kingdom and the community.
The Role of the Buddy
- To provide consistent one-on-one attention to a child with special needs.
- Foster rapport and relationship with the child
- Get to know the child’s interests and motivators.
- Observe and learn to anticipate triggers that might precede negative or undesirable behaviors.
- To support the child so that he or she gets the chance to participate with peers in class activities.
- Help model and modify activities for the child, if needed.
- Provide praise for accomplishments and desired behaviors.
- Communicate with parent/caretaker.
- Communicate with group leader
The Role of the Behavioral Team
- To consult with teachers regarding potential behavioral, learning, communication or attention challenges among students.
- To provide objective observations and communicate concerns with families/caregivers.
- To recommend individualized interventions that may improve the child's learning and worship experience.
- To arrange consultations with parents and discuss expectations.
- To act as a liaison between parent/teacher/buddy/community
- To provide observation and strategies/plan for an identified and possible newly identified student in need of a buddy or other clinical services.
- To collaborate with a total team approach and provide feedback specific to our areas of expertise.
- To discuss/review concerns, current IEP ( if available) or any information that may be helpful in creating a plan within the SOAR program