Medication administration and education.
Evaluations and Diagnosis
for children, adolescents, adults, and families.
A compassionate way to care for families who have complicated needs.
Therapeutic intervention involving direct personal involvement of a counselor/therapists in small groups.
Bruce Professional Counseling Services utilizes an integrative therapeutic approach in addressing the mental health needs of its clients. We specialize in various counseling services including domestic violence classes, care/anger management, and more. View all of our services below.
Psychosocial Rehabilitation Skills
Services are designed to assist the individual with compensating for or eliminating functional deficits and interpersonal and/or environmental barriers.
*CORE SERVICE IN MS & LA
Community Psychiatric Support Treatment
Services are goal-directed supports and solution-focused to help eliminate social and behavioral barriers that interfere with everyday functioning within the community, school, home, and/or friendships.
*CORE SERVICE IN LA
Services are provided to a person who is experiencing a psychiatric crisis and are designed to interrupt and/or ameliorate a crisis experience via a preliminary assessment, immediate crisis resolution, and de-escalation and referral and linkage to appropriate community services to avoid more restrictive levels of treatment.
Through our education program, we provide training and specialized consultation to professionals and lay persons throughout the community. Topics include parenting, physical and sexual abuse, pregnancy prevention, grief and loss in childhood, suicide and violence prevention, and many other child/family oriented education programs.
Psychosocial Rehabilitation (PSR) Services
Psychosocial Rehabilitation is a core service for Mississippi and Louisiana. Adults with medicaid or the appropriate insurance can request sessions for PSR. These sessions will be offered from 9AM until 2PM on available dates. For more information or to request an appointment, click here.
Wraparound is a compassionate way to care for families with complicated needs. Wraparound teams are made of caring professionals, friends, and family who use wraparound principles to meet the needs of families.
What are the 10 principles of WraparoundThe 10 principles of Wraparound include: Persistence Team-Based Collaborative Family Driven Individualized Strength-Based Natural Supports Outcomes-Based Community-Based Culturally Competent
Who is eligible for Wraparound?Wraparound is for families involved with multiple service agencies (juvenile justice, child welfare, schools, mental health, etc.) who need help keeping their children or youth in the home, school, or community.
Who provides Wraparound?Trained and certified facilitators provide wraparounds in each community. The facilitators help families develop their wraparound teams and make sure families have access to the services and support they need.
What happens in Wraparound?Although every wraparound is different, every BPCS Wraparound must have four separate and unique phases: Engagement: The family and the wraparound facilitator get acquainted. Then, the family chooses the members of their wraparound team. Planning: The Wraparound facilitator, family, and team create a wraparound plan. The plan is based on the strengths and needs of the family. The plan uses services and support that are traditional along with those that are creative and non-traditional such as respite, mentoring, tutoring, community activities, parent training, and more. Implementation: The wraparound team follows the wraparound plan and meets regularly to review the progress and to update the plan. Transition: The family is empowered and is able to get the services and supports they need in their community, school, and home.