The clinical department provides several professional services to children and families in the Anchorage and Mat-Su communities. These services include mental health assessments, individual, family and group therapies as well as medication management. We specialize in working with youth 3-21 who have previously been hospitalized, have been in residential care, are at risk of becoming hospitalized or receiving institutional care due to the severity of their behaviors, youth who are severely emotionally disturbed. Additionally, we provide services to anyone in the community in need of counseling services.
We provide comprehensive mental health assessments to children and families with children from 3 to 21 as well as adults. The purpose of the mental health assessment is to determine if an individual may benefit from behavioral health therapy (Individual, Family and Group therapy) or rehabilitation services (case management, skill development and or therapeutic foster care). Our master’s level clinicians conduct the mental health assessments.
Individual, Family, and Group Therapy
We provide therapy in an individual, family or group format, depending on client request and recommendations from the mental health assessment regarding most appropriate interventions for the client’s concerns. We provide treatment for individuals with a wide array of behavioral health challenges including: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional and Disruptive Disorders, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and other anxiety disorders, and mood disorders including: Depression, and Bi-polar Disorder. Our therapy services are provided through a variety of treatment modalities from more interactive or play therapy interventions to multiple insight oriented therapies.
We have a psychiatrist on staff to provide psychiatric assessments for the appropriateness of medication to assist in the treatment of a behavioral health challenges and to monitor the effectiveness of medication.
Clinical Services Brochure