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We offer treatment in varied settings and modalities to help you achieve your treatment goals.

What Is Outpatient Psychotherapy?

Outpatient psychotherapy, sometimes called ‘talk therapy’ is the process of working with a licensed therapist to resolve emotional, behavioral, relational, or other psychosocial problems. A psychotherapist may be a licensed clinical social worker, counselor, marriage & family therapist, psychologist, psychiatric nurse, or psychiatrist. Short term outpatient therapy may range in duration from 6 to 12 months with a frequency of 1 to 2 treatment sessions per week. More intense treatment may be required for individuals and families who present with more chronic, persistent, or severe problems.

Treatment targets a broad range of psychological concerns, including:

  • Depression
  • Marital Conflict
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Self Esteem
  • Women’s Issues
  • Addiction & Substance Abuse
  • Grief & Loss
  • Identity concerns
  • Anger Management
  • Personality Disorder
  • Men’s Issues
  • Trauma and PTSD
  • Child Conduct Problems
  • Psychosis
  • ADHD
  • Relationship Issues
  • Parenting
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Domestic Violence
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Spirituality
  • School Behavioral Problems
  • Codependency

Depending upon identified need, licensed therapists utilize one or more of the following primary treatment modalities:

  • Individual therapy – clients work one-on-one with a licensed therapist
  • Family Therapy – Families work with a licensed therapist to addresses specific issues such as crisis, conflicts, or communication barriers that affect the psychological health of the family.
  • Group Therapy – A group of patients work through problems by interacting with a therapist and a group of individuals with similar struggles.
  • Marriage/Couples Therapy – Spouses, couples, or partners in intimate relationships work with a therapist to achieve improved intimacy, understanding, conflict resolution, reconciliation or amicable separation.

Who can benefit?

Outpatient psychotherapy can be used to help a range of people. The following feelings are signs that an individual might benefit from this type of therapy:

  • Overwhelming feelings of sadness or helplessness.
  • An inability to cope with everyday problems.
  • Difficulty concentrating on work or studies most of the time.
  • Drinking too much, taking drugs, or being aggressive to an extent that is threatening or harmful to oneself or others.
  • A sense that problems never improve, despite receiving help from friends and family.
  • Feeling constantly on edge or worrying unnecessarily.
  • Intrusive, unwanted, recurrent thoughts that interfere with sleep, daily functioning, or sense of peace.

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