Frequently Asked Questions
The Center for Therapeutic Interventions is a comprehensive co-occurring outpatient counseling agency. CTI provides assessments and screenings to determine what types and levels of counseling one might need. Therapeutic sessions are provided in a variety of settings such as individual, family, group, couples, educational skill building, and case management to facilitate the empowerment of people improving a person’s overall functioning. Co-occurring or integrated treatment is defined as an individual and/or family working through mental health and addiction issues simultaneously.
Most initial assessment appointments are scheduled within a week. Once you become an established participant regular appointments are scheduled. The frequency and time frame for counseling services will be determined based on the level of need.
Call us 918-384-0002
To access services or ask further questions, please call 918-384-0002. You will be connected with a person who will ask you some questions such as name, date of birth, referring agency (if any) payor source, current concerns, or any symptoms you are experiencing.
Any person from the age of 3 years and up with some mental health, addiction, and or behavioral health problem is able to obtain services at CTI. Any person under the age of 18, seeking services must be accompanied by the legal guardian at the time of the initial appointment.
Many of our services are free of charge to those consumers who meet eligibility requirements. CTI has many contracts through the Department of Mental Health that allow for consumers to access services for free. CTI is also a provider for Medicaid, Soonercare and Tile IXX. Please notify us if you have health insurance with behavioral health benefits. CTI also accepts private pay, cash for services, based on a sliding scale.
At CTI we consider our children & adolescents program a special population within all of our programs. We also provide services to the following special populations:
- Family Drug Court
- Tulsa County Felony Drug Court
- TANF/Child Welfare
- Children in foster care
- Intense consumers with multiple issues
- Co-occurring consumers
Consumers must meet the following criteria for admission: (can access services)
- Currently experiencing mild, moderate to severe functional impairment; and
- With therapeutic services, functional improvement is possible; and
- Be able to actively participate in and derive a reasonable benefit from treatment as evidenced by sufficient adaptive and cognitive abilities, communication skills, and short-term memory.
- Consumers must be DSM-IV diagnosable
Exclusionary criteria: (needs a referral)
- Consumers who show imminent danger towards themselves and/or others (medically unstable) are inappropriate for Behavioral Health Outpatient Services.
- If CTI cannot provide the level of care that is most appropriate or desired by the consumer (such as IP, 24 hour medical detox, residential, halfway) the potential consumer shall be referred to another agency, but the consumer will be offered the next closest level of care if a higher level is not available.