Mental Health Services

At Community and Family Resources, we understand that seeking help can be a very difficult, but rewarding decision. During the course of a lifetime we may all need a shoulder to lean on or someone to hear our struggles. The professionals at Community and Family Resources have been there through life’s transitions with thousands of people – just like you. We can help you look at your life with compassion, assist you in discovering a new direction, and work together to develop life solutions. Together we can utilize your strengths and resources to help you build stronger relationships, develop better communication, and transform your life.

 

Therapy and Counseling
Our therapy staff is experienced in treating a broad scope of emotional issues and mental health disorders using a wide variety of individualized treatment approaches. Therapists help each of their clients assess, understand, and work toward resolution of their concerns. Counseling may focus on concerns such as depression, anxiety, self-esteem, relationships, anger, emotional regulation, and support through life’s decisions. Services are available in individual, group, couple, and family formats.
    Specialty areas include:
  • Trauma Informed Care
  • Emotional Regulation Therapy (Dialectical Behavior Therapy-DBT)
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Therapy Services
  • Anger Management
  • Integrated Co-Occurring Services (Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services)
Outpatient Psychiatry
Our Psychiatry staff conducts comprehensive mental health assessments, develops treatment plans, and provides medication management services. Psychiatry providers treat conditions such as anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, attention-deficit disorder, and schizophrenia.

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
An EAP is designed by an employer to provide a wellness benefit for employees. It enables employees to obtain professional counseling help for personal or emotional problems. Such programs give employees easy, no-cost access to confidential professional assessment, brief counseling, and referral services. An employer designs its EAP pro

Education and Prevention Services
As a behavioral health care provider, we work to increase community awareness about mental health and available preventative measures and treatments. We also work to reduce the stigma around seeking help for mental health concerns.