Outpatient Services, Counseling & Medication Management
Individual & Family Counseling
Counseling services are provided to individuals of all ages, families, or groups in all of our locations or can be provided in-home if there are special circumstances limiting an individual’s ability to complete sessions at our office. Clinicians who provide outpatient therapy services are appropriately licensed Professional Counselors, Clinical Social Workers or Marriage and Family Counselors.
Individuals seeking counseling services must complete an initial intake assessment with a Clinician at our office to be eligible for services. Our therapists each have a unique style and theoretical orientation.
During the initial intake, the Clinician will assess the individual’s level of need as well as personal preferences to determine which of our skilled clinicians will best be able to successfully provide service. After a Therapist is selected, an initial appointment will be scheduled to begin treatment.
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) - A hands-on, play-based model of therapy, to improve communication and relationships in families. It also helps redirect aggressive and hyperactive behavior in children.
Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT) - A model of therapy designed to help children work through trauma they have experienced, and reduce any anxiety or trauma symptoms. Caregivers participate and support their child during therapy.
Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) - A short-term cognitive behavioral therapy program for adolescents and adults that assists them in reducing symptoms of trauma, PTSD, and related conditions.
Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing (EMDR) - A model that uses advanced brain science to help work through trauma and reduce anxiety- or trauma-related symptoms.
Medication Management services are available at all of our locations. We provided services to children, adolescents and adults. A Licensed Physicians Assistant provides our Medication Management services. Persons requesting medication management are scheduled to see a prescribing Medical Professional in the first time slot available.
During the initial appointment, the prescribing Medical Professional completes an evaluation to determine if medication is necessary. The evaluation will include questions such as: review of any current and past medications, history of substance abuse, dietary needs and restrictions, past adverse reactions to medication or side effects, allergies or other pertinent information. If he/she feels that medication is an appropriate course of treatment, a prescription is given and a follow-up appointment is scheduled. If we are unable to provide service as requested, a referral will be given to another community-based provider in the area.
*If you wish to look up your medications, and side effects to medications you can reference: https://www.medscape.com
Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient
(SAIOP)is structured individual, family, and group activities and services provided on an outpatient basis. Services are designed to assist individuals with addiction disorders to begin recovery. SAIOP provides education on both wellness and recovery.
SAIOP services include the following (note service components are provided based off one’s goals in their plan):