Eternity's Path Counseling

Enlightening life's purpose through enrichment for a better tomorrow .   

 

Basic Skills Training & Psychosocial Rehabilitative Services

Basic Skills Training / BST services teach recipients a variety of life skills through individual skill training.  Services may include any combination of the following interventions:


  • Basic living and self care skills: Recipients learn how to manage their daily lives and learn safe and appropriate behaviors. 
  • Social skills: Recipients learn how to identify and comprehend the physical, emotional and interpersonal needs of others and how to interact with others.
  • Communication skills: Recipients learn how to communicate their physical, emotional and interpersonal needs to others and how to  listen and identify the needs of others.
  • Parental training: Parental training teaches the recipient's parent and or legal guardian BST techniques to help parents care in home and community based settings.
  • Organization and time management skills: Recipients learn how to manage and prioritize their daily activities;
  • Transitional living skills: Recipients learn necessary skills to begin partial and/or fully independent lives. 

Psychosocial Rehabilitative Services / PSR services help to build skills to better communicate, interact within society and handle situations.  Services may include any combination of the following interventions:


  •  Behavior management: Recipients learn how to manage their interpersonal, emotional, cognitive and behavioral responses to various situations.
  • Social competency: Recipients learn interpersonal-social boundaries and gain confidence in their skill
  •  Problem identification and resolution: Recipients learn and gain confidence in their problem resolution techniques and skills.
  • Effective communication: Recipients learn how to genuinely listen to others and make their personal, interpersonal, emotional, and physical needs known.
  •  Moral reasoning: Recipients learn culturally relevant moral guidelines and judgment.
  •  Identity and emotional intimacy: Recipients learn personal and interpersonal acceptance.
  •  Self-sufficiency: Recipients learn to build self-trust, self-confidence, and/or self-reliance.
  •  Life goals: Recipients learn how to set and achieve observable specific, measurable, achievable, realistic goals.