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Specialties

Behavioral Health

Behavioral Health Services provides mental health counseling, therapy and case management services for adults, children, adolescents and their families. Our psychiatrists, psychologists, mental health specialists, therapists, counselors and case managers work as a team to provide individual and group therapy, assessments and evaluations, medication management, case management and advocacy services.

Psychiatrists

Psychiatrist: Medical Doctors (MD or DOs) who have specialization in psychiatry.  They provide psychiatric assessments, medication management and consultation, and therapy services to children, adults and families.  Psychiatrists may also be board certified to work with specific patient populations.

Psychiatrists

Psychologists

Psychologist: Licensed Psychologists (PhD or PsyD) who provide psychological evaluations, consultations, and therapeutic services to children, adults, and families. Psychologists are also trained in cognitive and personality testing and assessment.

Psychologists

Mental Health Professional

Mental Health Professional (MHP): A Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Psychiatric Advance Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP), or a Social Worker.   May also be a person with a master’s degree, or further advanced degree in counseling who has at least two years experience in direct treatment of persons with mental illness or emotional disturbance.

Mental Health Professional

Therapists

Therapist: Mental Health Professionals who are also state-Licensed Mental Health Counselors or Licensed Independent Clinical Social Workers.  The therapists specialize in providing individual, group and family therapy to persons with complex mental health disorders and life situations.

Therapists

Counselors

Counselor: Master’s level direct service workers who provide therapeutic services to children, adults and families through individual, group and family counseling sessions.

Counselors

Peer Certified Counselor

Peer Certified Counselor: Direct service workers who have experienced mental illness and are on their own recovery journey are employed as Certified Peer Counselors. They are well grounded in their own recovery and model competency in ongoing coping skills. They help youth and families identify goals that promote recovery and resiliency and assist them in identifying services and activities to help them reach these goals.

Peer Certified Counselor

Case Managers

Case Manager: Bachelor level direct service workers who have specialized education and training in parent education, treatment of behavioral disorders, community resource connections and skills groups.

Case Managers

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA): Direct service worker with a master’s degree in Behavior Analysis or related field and relevant supervised experience, certified by the national Behavior Analysis Certification Board and the state. The BCBA provides Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children with a diagnosis of autism.  The BCBA completes a comprehensive functional assessment with the child and family to determine current levels of functioning including strengths and deficits, and then develops a multidisciplinary, individualized, goal-directed treatment plan based on the child and family needs.

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

Psychiatric Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN)

Psychiatric Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN): Also called Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners, these are advanced trained nurses with specialty in behavioral health and counseling. They can do evaluations, consultations, therapy and supportive counseling, and prescribe and monitor medications.

Psychiatric Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN)

Youth Chemical Dependency Professional (CDP)

Youth Chemical Dependency Professional (CDP):  Certified through the state as a CDP, this professional administers assessments, provides education, develops treatment plans and provides treatment groups to help individuals obtain sobriety.  After care is provided for up to four months.

Youth Chemical Dependency Professional (CDP)

Behavioral Health Consultant

Behavioral Health Consultant:  Located in the medical clinics and working side-by-side with primary care providers, these clinicians are mental health professionals with training in brief behavioral assessment and problem-focused interventions.  While coordination of care is part of the job duties, the majority of the Behavioral Health Consultant’s activities are focused on providing clinical interventions with patients, and behavioral consultations to the primary care team.  Behavioral Health Consultants can be licensed psychologists, psychologists receiving residency training, licensed therapists and licensed social workers.  

Behavioral Health Consultant