BEHAVIORAL ISSUES PROGRAM FOR PROFESSIONALS
The New Mexico PRN Behavioral Issues Program is designed to address the specific issues and meet the unique needs of licensed professionals. The New Mexico PRN Behavioral Issues Program can help organizations who employ licensed professionals to meet professional and ethical standards for appropriately addressing employee behavioral problems.
- The New Mexico PRN services are completely confidential. Our records are protected by Federal Confidentiality rules (42CFR Part 2) and HIPPA.
- The New Mexico PRN specializes in services for licensed professionals.
- The New Mexico PRN is ever mindful of the personal and professional risks that healthcare providers take when they seek counseling services.
The New Mexico PRN clinical staff and affiliate providers understand that workplace behavior issues are complex and usually include multiple factors including, but not limited to:
- Systemic factors
- Cultural factors
- Individual personality and mental health issues
- Deficits in interpersonal relationship and problem solving skills
- Stressors that are unique to organizations that provide professional services
Therefore, the New Mexico PRN Behavioral Issues Program includes the following components:
- Thorough assessments
- Consultation with the workplace
- An education program that addresses interpersonal relationship, ethical, and behavioral knowledge and skills deficits such as: coping with stress, coping with change, communication skills, constructive confrontation, boundary issues, and team builting
- Individual and group counseling
- Because the New Mexico PRN offers substance abuse, mental health, and behavioral programs, we are able to identify and appropriately address the needs and issues of each individual participant.
- The New Mexico PRN clinical staff and affiliate providers are trained in and qualified to offer a variety of treatment approaches that incorporate a range of perspective and techniques.
- We work with our clients to develop treatment schedules that coordinate with their personal and professional responsibilities.
- The New Mexico PRN clinical staff members and affiliate providers are licensed in the State of New Mexico at the independent level with masters degree training or greater and have at least 5 years experience in working with professionals and organizations that employ professionals.
- The New Mexico PRN clinical staff and affiliate providers represent a variety of specialties including psychology, clinical mental health counseling, social work, art therapy, and employee assistance.
- All New Mexico PRN clinical staff members and affiliate providers are experienced in the treatment of mental health and behavioral issues.
- All New Mexico PRN clinical staff members and affiliate providers understand licensing, credentialing, and insurance rules and requirements.
- Outpatient psychiatric preatment
- Substance use issues program
- Clinical case management services
- Educational workshops
- Therapeutic monitoring programs and monitoring of settlement and return to work agreements
- Adjunctive and specialized therapies such as: art therapy, women's and men's groups, recreational and leisure counseling, and occupational counseling