Mental/Behavioral Health Outpatient Treatment
Our Outpatient Clinic treat a wide range of emotional and psychological needs such as, depression, anxiety, mood swings, difficulty managing anger, suffering from loss (death, relationship, employment, etc.), exposure to trauma (recent or in the past), feeling overwhelmed, overwhelmed with stress, relationship struggles.
What services are available?
- Individual Therapy: This involves working with a trained therapist to discuss problems, create treatment plans, develop a collaborative relationship, learn new coping skills, and finding creative solutions.
- Group Therapy: This is in addition individual therapy and includes the added benefit of support of peers, many of who are suffering similar symptoms and circumstances. Groups are facilitated by a trained therapists and focus on specific areas.
Examples of group topics are:
- Working through Trauma
- Anger Management
- Women’s Life Challenges
- Working through Relationships
- Grief and Loss
- Parenting skills
- Recovery and Support
Potential Benefits of Outpatient Services
- Experience more meaningful and improved relationships with others
- Be able to experience an improved quality of life.
- Do more of the things that you like, need, and want to do.
- Have more influence over what you feel and think.
Adult Intensive Outpatient Program
- Were you hospitalized recently?
- Are your symptoms getting worse?
- Are your medications not working?
- Would you like to see a therapist more often?
- Is how you are feeling interfering with the things that you enjoy?
If you answered Yes to any of these questions, then you may be interested in the Intensive Outpatient Program.
Intensive Outpatient is short term, usually 2-8 weeks in duration and is group based. You will continue to see your individual therapist, (nurse, CRNP, and psychiatrist) and other team members. Group often include topics such as wellness, relationships, and stress management.
Groups Can Help!
- While groups could seem intimidating, they can also be fun, exciting, and helpful.
- It’s often a relief to hear others talk about similar difficulties. You may not feel so alone.
- Talking and listening to others can help put our own problems in perspective.
- Group members can help develop ideas for making the best of tough situations.
- By seeing how others take on problems, you may discover new strategies for your issues.
- Group facilitators use proven evidence- based strategies to make sure that you get the most from group.