Integrated Behavioral Health

"Our clinicians foster mutually respectful therapeutic relationships, seek out feedback, and make adjustments to treatment as necessary.  We recognize that many people with IDD have complex support systems which are critical to their day-to-day success.  We partner with these team members and include them in treatment when indicated.  The end result is a service system designed to meet the unique needs of people with intellectual disabilities, maximizing their opportunities to live full and meaningful lives." - the IBH team at InVision Human Services


InVision's Integrated Behavioral Health (IBH) is uniquely designed to consider both the intellectual and/or developmental disability (IDD) as well as the mental health concerns.  Particular attention is provided to those individuals who are dually diagnosed and present with significant behavioral concerns, as well as those who have problematic sexual behavior and are at risk for re-offending.

InVision has developed IBH as research indicates the prevalence of mental health concerns in people who also have an IDD is 40% versus the rate of approximately 19% in the general populous.  There is a significant need for these services in our very own geographic area; people with IDD are without services and suffering due to the lack of support.

IBH_Brochure_Cover3.JPGInVision employs innovative and scientifically proven treatment approaches, including but not limited to:

  • Solution Focused Brief Therapy
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Recovery Based Therapy

In all situations, treatment is forged as a partnership between the clinician and client, because we believe that mutual respect is the foundation for successful treatment.  The following services are currently available:

  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Medication management
  • Evaluations
  • Specialization in treating people with an IDD and problematic sexual behaviors
  • Family therapy

The mental health professionals in InVision’s IBH have extensive experience treating people with a dual diagnosis, and participate in internal trainings focused on working with people with intellectual disabilities as well as person-directed services.

View our Integrated Behavioral Health brochure by clicking the link.