Outpatient services are designed to provide therapeutic interventions to individuals who feel the need to address emotional, behavioral and psychological concerns. The focus of outpatient psychotherapy is to improve an individual’s well-being and functioning.  

This objective can be achieved in different ways and the intervention may take the form of individual, couples or family sessions.

 We utilize a range of treatment approaches that are tailored to the specific needs of the individual or family. Our clinicians use a variety of evidenced-based or evidence-informed approaches that may include, but are not limited to, Structural Family Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Solution-Focused Therapy. In addition, we have several clinicians with specialized training in Play Therapy and Art Therapy, which provide an alternative to traditional talk therapies for children and adolescents. We work with individuals of all ages including children, youth and adults.
 
Outpatient therapy is best suited for individuals who have identified difficulties and symptoms that are not severe enough to require hospitalization or residential care, and it can represent a step down from more intensive forms of care such as Intensive In-home services.
 
We accept Medicaid and most major private insurances,  self-pay and CSA funding.

To initiate services or obtain additional information please call Gretchen Wilhelm, Director, at (540) 437-1605 or click here to complete the form.