Supports Intensity Scale (SIS) Assessments for the CAP-MR/DD Program
Types of Therapy :
Individual therapy is only a single patient and the therapist. This may be conducted with children, adolescents, or adults. The setting is
usually the therapist office, but in some instances, it may be done in the patients home, or even school. The therapist and the individual will usually meet
once a week for nearly an hour each visit. This is the most common type of therapy.
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a type of therapy that combines elements of usual talk therapy with
eye movements or tapping to relieve reactivity such as anxiety related to fears, trauma, negative beliefs and experiences one may have had.
This can be especially helpful with people who experience fear of dental or other procedures or who have had a difficult medical experience
or a poor or unexpected outcome to treatment which has caused them emotional distress. To find out more about EMDR you may
All services are confidental.