HIPT PHILOSOPHY:

Behaviors are acquired through conditioning – therefore, if you are able to condition children to adapt a level of consistency that motivates them to perform above their level of expectations then the child has an opportunity for growth and independence.


HIPT ADOPTED THEORY:

Our staff believes in the Health Action Process Approach (HAPA)

WHAT IS HAPA?

HAPA is a psychological theory of health behavior change that is designed as a sequence of two continuous self-regulatory processes: (1) a goal-setting phase (motivation) and (2) a goal pursuit phase (volitional). Health behavior changes refers to a replacement of health compromising behaviors by health-enhancing behaviors (such as physical exercise).

HOW DOES HIPT APPLY HAPA?

Our staff offers personalized counseling and mentoring that aims to motivate children to adapt HIPT’s philosophy. Our collaborative counseling method inspires and motivates our children to become functional members of society.

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SERVICES:

The HIPT: Rising Stars Academy provides the following services:

The HIPT - Therapeutic Behavioral Services (TBS) is an individualized, service for children up to the age of 18, who are diagnosed with a mental illness or development disability. Our program concentrates on decreasing maladaptive behaviors such as; behaviors that are harmful to oneself or other, developmentally inappropriate, and disruptive.  TBS is provided in the child’s school and community.  Open to all medical assistance recipients.

The HIPT – Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program (PRP) is designed to assist children, who are diagnosed with mental health disorders, to achieve recovery.  All of our services are offered on-site and/ or in the community.

Our PRP offers the following:
Children and Adolescent Services (ages 6-18):
Mentoring
Promotion of Self-Care and Daily Living Skills
Improving Communication and Social Skills
Physical Activities
Team Building Activities/ Events
Community Resources
Understanding Mental Health and Self-Advocacy