Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services
Who are these services for?
Are you experiencing:
- Panic or anxiety
- Feelings of hopelessness, difficulty sleeping, nothing makes you happy anymore
- Nightmares, flashbacks, outbursts of anger
- Trouble in relationships
- Worries about your drinking
Everyone has problems at one time or another, and people of all ages can benefit from speaking with an experienced clinician. Problems with relationships, family, work, substance abuse, or in any other area of life can be helped by the appropriate intervention.
What can I expect?
When you call, our intake staff will ask you some basic questions to allow us to try to match you with a clinician who can meet your needs. Your first appointment will be for an assessment–– a time for you alone, or with your family, to talk about what is going on and make a plan for treatment. You can expect to meet with a trained professional who will listen carefully, try to understand your concerns, and work respectfully with you to make the changes you want in your life.
We realize that confidentiality is very important. What is talked about in therapy is private and will not be shared outside the clinic without your permission. Therapy can give you the support and different perspective with which to move forward when you are stuck.
What do we offer?
We offer a variety of evidence-based treatments for depression, anxiety, substance abuse, trauma and relationship issues which take a whole-person approach. What does evidence-based treatment mean? It means that the model of therapy used has been studied and found to be effective in a variety of clinical trials. It reflects our commitment to providing the best care to you and your family.
- Trauma-informed individual and group therapy (Click here to learn more about our groups)
- Family and couples therapy
- Cognitive-behavioral, psycho-dynamic and mindfulness-based treatment
We have specialized services for:
- people with developmental disabilities and their families
- people who experience intense, seemingly unmanageable emotions (DBT)
- people struggling with substance abuse (often with other issues such as ADHD, depression, anxiety and trauma)
- Complete psychiatric assessment
- Medication Management
For appointments and locations, click here.