Psychiatry Office: 662-456-1230 Facility: Trace Pathways
Pathways provides a wide range of services. Our goal is to insure that each of our patients receives an individualized plan of care to make sure that we are doing all we can to improve their quality of life. We proudly serve older adults who have become sad, nervous, confused or withdrawn may be experiencing a treatable illness. When care providers excuse these symptoms they often overlook treatment as an alternative. That is when the Trace Pathways Program can help.
The obstacles we face in everyday life effects each of us differently. Each of has a different ability to manage adversity. At Trace Pathways our treatment team uses a broad range of therapeutic assessments to pinpoint the problems that are keeping the patient from enjoying a fuller life in the most independent setting. We then devise an individualized treatment plan to help the patient manage those problems.
Confidential Evaluation Services
The Pathways team is ready to provide free evaluations for those people who think might need help dealing with life’s problems. A staff member is on call 24/7 for assessments. If you, or someone you love needs an assessment, we will come to your home, hospital, assisted living facility or nursing home to determine your needs and offer recommendations for your continued care.
The Treatment Team
The interdisciplinary team consists of Dr. Ken Lippincott, who has served as our Medical Director for more than 16 years. He is board certified in psychiatry and has earned accolades as a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. Marianne Johnson, RN MSN has served as the Director of Clinical Services for the past 9 years. Chris Lancaster, LCSW acts as our Director of Social Services and has been with Pathways for more than 10 years. Will Howard, BA is our Activities Director and has served in this role for more than 16 years. We are staffed 24/7 with RN coverage. There is also 24/7 medical coverage for any medical complexities that might arise during the course of the patient’s hospitalization.