Some FHF clinicians are now seeing clients in the office or barn, some are continuing with telehealth services and some are doing a combination of the two.
The state guidelines state the following:
"Telehealth must continue to be utilized and prioritized to the greatest extent possible, whenever feasible and appropriate. Care that can be appropriately delivered via telehealth should not resume in person. Health care providers should expand in-person services cautiously, using their clinical judgment to prioritize urgent services, chronic disease management, and preventive care. "
Flying High Farm is a mental health practice dedicated to children, adolescents and young adults. Through the therapeutic power of animals, the clinicians at Flying High Farm work closely with individuals to build rapport, increase motivation for change, develop and practice positive behaviors and skills, promote effective communication, etc.
We do not provide the following services:
Our mission is to optimize the behavioral, emotional and social growth of youth. We incorporate the animals to help establish rapport with clients, to improve compliance with treatment, to maximize the individual's involvement and motivation for treatment.
Our clinicians utilize a variety of therapeutic methods to best help individuals living with anxiety, autism, depression, low self-esteem, post traumatic stress disorder, bipolar disorder and a variety of other conditions.
Of the children in treatment at Flying High Farm, more than 50% are diagnosed on the Autism Spectrum. This prompted the genesis of Puzzle Ponies, a psychotherapy practice for youth that incorporates ponies to best meet the various needs of this diverse group .
Telehealth is a way in which we can provide psychotherapy services to our clients via a computer, cell phone, tablet or laptop.
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