Behavioral Health Services

The stresses of daily life can cause everyone to feel down now and then. But if those bad days are coming more often or becoming more severe, or they are causing serious disruption to your daily life, it is time to get some help.

At All Med Medical Group we have experienced therapists, psychologists and psychiatrists who can assess and treat a wide range of behavioral health issues, including the most complex disorders. We provide comprehensive and compassionate care.

When you are dealing with a mental health issue, you want compassionate care from experienced professionals. If you have mild to moderate symptoms, outpatient therapy — seeing a mental healthcare provider once a week or so in their office — is usually a good choice.

We have compassionate and experienced professionals can help you resolve mental health issues and get back to living a full life, resuming the daily activities you once enjoyed. Our goal is to get an accurate diagnosis, get you started with appropriate treatment, and eventually help you manage your condition.

We can help you and your family members with many mental health issues including:

  • Eating disorders
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Addiction (i.e. drugs, alcohol)
  • Medication monitoring

If you’re having trouble coping with emotional events in your life, such as work or family problems, a child’s behavioral issues, the aftermath of a traumatic event or the loss of a loved one, experienced counselors and specialists can guide you through them.

There are many ways to access our mental health services. We offer individual and group therapy sessions. Don’t wait until your mental health issues get worse or become disabling. Let us help you recover from behavioral health disorders, learn coping mechanisms and restore balance to your life.

Evaluation and Diagnostic Services:

We offer a variety of services to help diagnose your condition and create the most appropriate treatment plan. We use tools to assess your mental health including:

  • Psychiatric evaluation — A thorough assessment of mental health status, looking at symptoms, behaviors, effects on school, work, and relationships, speech and language abilities, and your personal and family history of related disorders.
  • Psychological assessment — Standardized question and answer tests that assess areas such as intelligence, cognitive functioning (ability to think, reason and speak), personality style, and level of depression or anxiety.
  • Medication assessment — A review of all medications you are taking, including assessment of possible side effects and interactions.
  • Addiction assessment — An examination of your current and past use of drugs and alcohol, withdrawal symptoms, effects on relationships, work, finances and health, your substance use treatment history, and your family history of addiction.
  • Eating disorder assessment — A comprehensive psychological and medical review of eating patterns and body image issues and the effects on physical health.


Counseling and Therapy Services

Once your healthcare provider makes a diagnosis, he or she will talk with you about a treatment plan. We offer many different options.


Individual, Family and Group Counseling

We provide one-on-one therapy meetings with a counselor, therapist, social worker or other mental healthcare provider. Many people meet once a week with their therapist; depending on your needs, therapy might continue for just a few weeks or for several months.

At many of our locations, we also offer group counseling led by mental health professionals. Groups may focus on issues such as social and functional living skills, learning about mental health conditions and medications, relapse prevention skills, stress reduction techniques, managing symptoms, safety planning, and occupational and recreational therapy.

During family counseling, marriage and family therapists help partners and other family members explore issues that are preventing the family from functioning well, and learn skills and communication techniques that can improve relationships.

In your individual, family or group sessions, your healthcare provider might suggest some specific types of therapy:

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) — CBT focuses on how a person’s thoughts and beliefs influence their behavior and moods, and helps change their thinking to more healthy patterns.
  • Mindfulness therapy — This type of therapy combines cognitive therapy with the principles of mindfulness (training the brain to deal with negative thoughts by accepting them, but not trying to change them or react to them).
  • Occupational therapy — Can help patients regain daily living skills such as cooking, managing finances, personal hygiene and socializing.
  • Recreational therapy — Activities such as art programs, pet therapy, drama therapy and others that help patients reduce symptoms, build confidence, learn to socialize better, improve physical health and develop other living skills.


Psychiatric Care

For some people with more serious or complex disorders, psychiatrists, medical doctors who specialize in mental health, can provide specialized care. Psychiatric treatment involves comprehensive evaluations, treatment plans and managed medication.