School Based Outpatient Therapy (SBOP)
Manheim Central School District is partnering with Community Services Group (CSG) to provide School Based Outpatient Therapy to our district students. The therapist will work with the school social worker, Carrie Heinsey, and Student Assistance Program (SAP) to meet the needs of any student struggling with emotional or behavioral challenges. Students will schedule flexible appointment times around their school schedule to ensure their academic success.
The CSG therapist will assist students in utilizing their strengths to overcome challenges and help them to apply their skills to enhance their future. School based therapy can address concerns in the following areas: depression, anger management, grief/loss, social skills, family concerns, school refusal, or any need area.
Insurance Requirements: CSG is able to accept several insurances including Medical Assistance and some private insurances.
Please contact Carrie Heinsey at 717-664-8535 or via email for more information or if you are interested in School-Based Outpatient Therapy for your student.
My name is Aimee Bernstein, LCSW. I completed my Master of Social Work degree in January, 2002 at Temple University. I received my clinical social work license in August of 2004. I accepted the outpatient, school-based therapist position through Community Services Group in November 2017, to work in the Manheim Central School District. Prior to this, I worked for 10 years as an outpatient therapist for Pinnacle Health Psychological Associates, with children and adults. Additionally, I provided services to the hospital system with on-call, post-partum depression consults, bariatric weight loss surgery evaluations and Critical Incident Stress Management. Earlier this year, I also worked part-time for Family First Health, providing collaborative care services for adults and adolescents, relating to their physical and mental health needs. Prior to 2007, I worked in a counseling role in outpatient partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient services for adults; family reunification and preservation with children and families; with survivors of sexual assault and domestic violence and with a work release program for female offenders. Additionally, I was an adjunct faculty instructor for Drexel University in their Behavioral Health and Addictions counseling program, for 2 years. I believe therapy is a unique opportunity to provide support, encourage growth and self-care and assist individuals and families in coping with the challenges they face. I am excited to begin in this new role as a school based therapist.