Outpatient Counseling

Outpatient counseling allows a patient to receive treatment options and support within a much more free and open time schedule. While programs are structured, outpatient counseling is best for those stepping down from a higher level of care, seeking limited treatment options or testing out treatment for the first time.

Individual Therapy

  • This one-on-one therapy allows patients to work through personal and emotional issues with a trained professional.

Group Therapy

  • Psychotherapists work with multiple people at the same time in order to foster a feeling of community and help patients understand and trust that they are not alone.

Couples Therapy

  • Couples therapy is a comfortable and safe space for couples to discuss their problems and issues without feeling the threat of judgment or anger while working on fixing those same issues.

Family Therapy

  • Designed to help families resolve conflicts, family therapy can be a useful tool to improve communication.

Medication Evaluation and Management

  • Many mental health issues require medical treatment. Medical evaluation will determine whether or not a patient is the right candidate for medicated treatment and medication management will assure that the patient receives the right treatment for them.

School-Based Treatment

  • School is an important facet of every child and adolescent’s life, and treatment designed around school can be beneficial while not significantly interrupting the life of the patient.

Elder Services

  • The mental health of older adults can often get overlooked, but our elder services are designed to put the patient first and get seniors the treatment that they need.