The Behavioral Health department MFT clinician treat individuals, couples, groups, and families. During treatment with an MFT, the therapist will focus on understanding the patients’ symptoms and diagnoses within interactions and relationships.

Family therapy is a preferred method of treatment for depression, substance abuse, alcoholism, relational discord problems, and child/adolescent-parental challenges including suicide and high-risk behavior. Family therapy outcomes for severe mental illness include improved well-being, fewer medical illnesses, decreased medical care utilization, and increased self-efficacy.

Provides the following supportive: therapeutic assessment on developmental trauma, depression & anxiety management counseling, cognitive behavioral therapy, male sexual dysfunction, challenging behaviors/coping and family transition.
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