Outpatient Mental Health Services
Four County offers outpatient services to address a wide range of mental health issues. In order to proceed with the most effective forms of therapy, it’s important to gather information from our potential clients. This may be done during your first appointment, over the phone or email.
First-time appointments may include a walk-in or same-day service, scheduled admission or a specialized assessment. The purpose of your first appointment is to assess your current needs and take steps to help you. After your first appointment, you may be referred to one of the following mental health outpatient programs for additional help.
Individual therapy may also be known as “counseling.” Individual therapy is a collaborative time between a client and therapist to talk through challenges and identify goals and steps to help you on your path to wellness.
This type of therapy is led by a licensed provider in a group setting of individuals with similar needs. Sharing and learning from other people is a proven method to help individuals recover from common behavioral health problems. Most groups have around 6-10 people.
Family therapy involves structured sessions with a licensed therapist and relevant family members. It is an effective tool that can help improve communication and work through problems in a safe environment.
Additional Services (not available at all locations): Couples counseling; psychological testing; parental psychological evaluations; anger management groups; and specialized early childhood evaluations (ages 0-5).