Trinity Behavioral Health Case Study

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The Organizational Behavior of Trinity Behavioral Health
Unit 1
Philen Cummings
Belhaven University

“A desire to be in charge of our own lives, a need for control, is born in each of us. It is essential to our mental health, and our success, that we take control” (Robert Bennett). Thus explaining the importance of my workplace Trinity Behavioral Health, which is located in Jackson, Mississippi. We provide services for the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual well-being of troubled youth and their families. Trinity is committed to helping children in need; it is dedicated to healing and renewing youths with a history of troubles and abuse. Trinity provides the unconditional acceptance, treatment, counseling, education,
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It is measured as the recurrence of arrests or imprisonment within a particular period (Aalsma, White, Lau, Perkins, Monahan, Grisso, 2015). In many cases, we get patients from the confinement focus, and they typically repeat guilty offenders whom the court has given another chance to before they have to go to jail for three months. After the court decides to send them to counseling, we will typically give the patients three months maybe more depending upon their issues. “Evidence indicates that detained youths have significant behavioral health needs, and interventions that target behavioral health issues have the potential to reduce recidivism” (Aalsma, 2015). The reason we strive so hard to help them because most of time we are the only people who listen or pay them any …show more content…
After completing the intake information, the guardian and the patient meet with Phylandria for a one on one session after completing that they are taken around to meet the staff while given a tour of the facility. However, the patients in the facility that comes every day are picked up from school brought back to the facility for their group session, individual session, and to do their homework. After completing each task, the company van takes them to their residence. “Rather than seeking out mental health services in the community, patients have reported that they prefer to receive services at the offices of primary care physicians, where they have already built a level of trust” (Glueck, 2015). They all tend to enjoy group because they get to listen to the people around them while allowing themselves to let their guard down not only with their peers but with us as well. Most answers we get our negative, whether but that is what we expect, however, it is our job to turn that negative aspect into a positive

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