Services We Offer
At Intrust Healthcare, we provide treatment and intervention for thousands of families in the South Central and Eastern Kentucky regions. Our tagline is Let’s Grow Together because we understand that as our communities and clients grow and change, the services we offer may need to change as well. We also love this tagline because our therapists work daily to make sure our clients are growing as individuals, and experiencing positive changes to their mental health.
Individual Therapy is a process through which an individual works one-on-one with a trained therapist to work toward positive change. Common goals of counseling can be to inspire change, to improve quality of life, or to face issues that are difficult to face alone. Therapy is a personal opportunity to receive support and experience growth during challenging times in life through personalized care.
Goals of Individual Counseling
- Can help overcome obstacles to well-being.
- Can increase positive feelings such as compassion and self-esteem.
- Allows one to explore their own feelings, beliefs and behaviors.
- Aids in working through challenging or influential memories.
- Enables a better understanding of oneself.
- Set personal goals and work toward desired change.
- Increase coping skills.
Case Management is a service that utilizes our highly skilled staff to connect individuals to needed resources throughout the community. Case Managers (also referred to as Service Coordinators) work along with the therapist to help monitor progress towards treatment goals, identify needed resources, coordinate care, and to be an advocate for their clients.
How can Case Management Help Me?
- Connect you to needed resources such as housing, employment and assistance.
- Assist in appointment scheduling and follow-up.
- Assist in reunification with family and aid in DCBS cases.
- Help to create and maintain a budget.
- Direct you to classes for parenting, further education, couponing, etc.
- Assistance with schools and IEP meetings as well as court and diversion programs.
What types of Resources are available to me?
- Further Education
- Bill Assistance Programs
- Items needed for home such as beds, furniture, cleaning supplies, personal care items, etc.
- Aid in the Application process for Medicaid, Social Security and Disability
- Other Financial Assistance programs
Family Counseling is a form of therapy that seeks to reduce stress and conflict by improving communication between family members in an open environment. The therapist and family will work together to identify and heal any mental, emotional or psychological issues negatively impacting the family. Some common situations that may cause the need for family counseling are: the death of a family member, addiction, financial issues and divorce.
Goals of Family Counseling
- Improve communication between family members.
- Solve family problems.
- Understand and work together towards solutions for family situations.
- Create a better functioning home environment for everyone.
Drug and Alcohol Counseling
Drug and Alcohol Counseling is a form of therapy in which someone with a history of substance use works one on one with their therapist to overcome destructive behavior and addiction through support, rehabilitation and guidance.
Goals of Drug and Alcohol Counseling
- Reduction or elimination of substance use.
- To identify what triggers behaviors that often lead to substance use.
- Relapse prevention through understanding of one’s own triggers, behaviors and experiences.
- Develop healthy stress-management techniques.
- Connection with support networks to encourage ongoing sobriety.
Probation and Parole Services
Probation and Parole Therapy is counseling services tailored to those who are court ordered to receive therapy services in order to remain in compliance. Much like Individual Therapy, Probation and Parole Counseling is a process through which an individual works one-on-one with a trained therapist to work toward positive change.
Goals of Probation and Parole Services
- Focus on recovery and relapse prevention.
- Assist in transition into community.
- Give tools and insight needed to rebuild & repair relationships and to build confidence.
Domestic Violence Assessments & Counseling
Domestic violence is a pattern of behaviors that includes emotional, psychological and social abuse and effects people in all races, classes and genders.
Therapy for Survivors
It can take time for a survivor of domestic violence to adjust to life after the abuse. While recovery can feel overwhelming, the healing process enables survivors to develop inner strengths and lessen the fear and anxiety often caused by violence. Common psychological effects of abuse are: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, feelings of hopelessness, difficulty trusting others, suicidal thoughts, and drug & alcohol use. Our therapy services for abuse survivors aims to give the tools needed to cope and heal.
Goals of Therapy
- To enable healing through the development of inner strength and coping techniques.
- Enable a better understanding of oneself.
- Increase self-esteem and self-worth.
- Aid in working through challenging or traumatic memories.
BIP for Perpetrators
While there are many programs to help the victims of domestic violence, there are few programs to help the perpetrator. Our Batterers Intervention Program (BIP) aims to stop violence in the home starting with the source. Abusive behavior is a learned behavior that can be changed through therapy, re-education, replacement and practice. Our BIP Program offers one-on-one or group therapy classes focusing on issues of power and control and the underlying attitudes and beliefs used to justify the acts of a domestic violence offender.
Goals of BIP Services for Perpetrators
- To stop abuse (whether verbal, physical or psychological) in the home.
- To identify beliefs, attitudes and ideas that enable abuse so that they may be addressed and treated.
- To identify constructive and non-violent methods for resolving conflict in a relationship.
While BIP Services are often court ordered or required by social service agencies, it can also be self-referred.
Couples counseling helps two people involved in a relationship gain insight, identify and resolve disputes, and improve satisfaction utilizing a diverse range of therapeutic interventions. With a straightforward set of treatment objectives, a therapist will work with you and your loved one to open communication, identify issues, and resolve conflict.
Goals of Couples Counseling
- Enable both partners to see their relationship in an objective manner.
- Decrease emotional avoidance.
- Provide the tools needed to communicate effectively through support and understanding.
- Reshape dysfunctional behavior.
- Promote strengths in areas in which a couple operates effectively.
Group therapy is a form of counseling in which several individuals facing similar issues meet and discuss their problems together under the supervision of a therapist. We often find that being a part of a group of people who have similar experiences helps people see that they are not alone in what they are going through to more easily work towards desired change.
Goals of Group Therapy
- To enable support and encouragement between members of the group.
- Offer a safe space for those dealing with similar situations.
- Promote social skills through the opportunity to practice engaging with others.
Darkness to Light is a 2 hour, 1 day training that teaches how to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to child sexual abuse. Research shows that 1 in 10 children will be sexually abused before the age of 18. D2L works toward empowering adults to prevent this abuse and the negative impact it can have on a survivor’s life. The impact of child sexual abuse is devastating for survivors, leaving them at an increased risk for: drug and alcohol use, delinquency and crime, academic problems, and emotional and mental health problems.
Goals of Darkness to Light Training
- Recognize symptoms of sexual abuse.
- Teach proper methods of reaction to this abuse.
- Break the cycle of abuse.
- Educate adults on the impact of this type of abuse on children.
Therapy through Telehealth Service
As a counseling service provider at the forefront of cutting edge technology, Intrust Healthcare is committed to providing quality services throughout Kentucky. Telehealth Services extend our ability to provide counseling and case management services to some of the most rural areas of Kentucky. Our new program allows us to hold therapy sessions through video chat software. These services are provided in a HIPAA compliant platform to ensure the utmost privacy and confidentiality in our services. For more information about this new service, please contact our Pulaski County Headquarters at (606) 676-0638.
Psychiatry & Medication via Telehealth
Intrust has recently partnered with Baptist Health in Corbin, KY to help expand new services in our communities. You can now receive psychiatry and medication services through a private and secure video conferencing tool in our office. This enables us to be a one-stop location for your counseling, case management, psychiatry, and medication needs without the long wait times and travel distances rural communities often experience. For more information about this new service, please contact our Pulaski County Headquarters at (606) 676-0638.