Outpatient Mental Health Services

Individual Psychotherapy

A process that is focused on helping the patient heal mentally and address problems or issues in a constructive manner. It also provides support when the patient is experiencing difficulties due to stress, work, family or social problems.

Play Therapy

A type of therapy geared towards younger children that uses “play” to communicate with them, while resolving or preventing issues that may occur. Observation of the patient playing with toys helps the therapist to determine causes of certain behaviors.

Grief/Loss Counseling

Helps patients cope with grief that may occur due to a death of a loved one or a major change in their life that trigger feelings of grief or loss. The goal is to address the individual grief or loss in a healthy manner and provide a positive adjustment for them.

Anger Management

A process to learn and recognize signs of anger in order to take action in dealing with the situation and calm down in a positive way.

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Therapy that focuses on changing an individual’s thought to change their behavior or emotional state. The therapist challenges negative patterns that are present to treat many types of mood disorders and help the patient become aware of them so they can respond to situations clearly and effectively.