People face life challenges every day that can sometimes become overwhelming. For example, grieving the loss of a loved one, trying to cope with a traumatic event, managing problematic moods, or dealing with an addiction may seem too much to deal with. Our services may help.
Pamela Messore, Director of Outpatient Services, provides counseling at our 800 Clinton Street offices.
Treatment & Counseling
We help individuals, children and families overcome barriers as they face a myriad of challenges with the following.
Clinical therapists work with individuals in our offices using best practice standards.
When necessary, psychiatrists provide medication treatment for psychiatric and/or addiction symptoms that you might be experiencing.
Substance use is often a part of the problem many people face. Once recognized, therapeutic approaches and counseling techniques can be effective to support long-term recovery. We have licensed addictions professionals who are fully trained to treat people struggling with addictive behaviors.
Knowledge and life skills that bolster recovery from co-occurring substance use and mental health problems are provided in this structured holistic program.
Our DUI Program includes a treatment curriculum in a safe, non-judgmental, and supportive setting that meets state requirements for reinstatement.
Problem Gambling Counseling
One of only a few in the state to provide counseling for gambling that has become detrimental to health, home and career.
Participating in groups is a way to gain from the expertise of others who have overcome similar experiences and can share their strengths. Proven therapies, such as Dialectic Behavior Therapy and Cognitive Behavior Therapy, as well as anger and relapse prevention tools are integrated into group discussions.
Family, Marriage and Couples Counseling
Family issues may arise throughout people's lives. We provide counseling services and education to help people in these difficult times.