Community Integration Counseling (CIC) AND Community Psychiatric
Support and Treatment (CPST)
CIC is an individualized service designed to assist the waiver participant to more effectively manage the emotional difficulties associated with adjusting to and living in the community from an illness or after an injury. It is a counseling service provided to a participant coping with altered abilities and skills, the need to revise long term expectations, and changed roles in relation to significant others. This service is generally provided in the participant’s home. It is offered and provided via NYS Department of Health Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Nursing Home Transition and Diversion (NHTD)Waivers.
CPST is counseling services also provided in the home. This service is very similar, however it is offered for those suffering with mental illness, substance addiction or both via the NYS Health and Recovery Program (HARP). These services are available to participants and/or anyone involved in an ongoing significant relationship with the participant.
CIC/CPST can be provided as one-to-one and/or with family members. K.I.G.I. 's CIC/CPST department providers are all licensed clinicians. Agency clinicians provide amazing support and coping component of recovery from a substance addiction, mental health, injury, disability, illness or any combination of these.
Nicole Miceli LMHC – Clinical Director
Michele Forte LMSW, PhD – Clinician
Dana Foucault LMSW – Clinician
Susan Fitzpatrick LCSW – Clinician
Staci Dury LMSW – Clinician
Heather V. Ault LMSW – Clinician