Our Services

Our Services

Journeys in Mental Health & Wellness offers a variety of services to help our clients on their individual journeys. We provide psychiatric assessments, medication management, individual psychotherapy, family and couples counseling, comprehensive addiction services, and case management services. We tailor our services to each client’s unique needs and work with them to create a treatment plan that will help them reach their goals.

Our team is dedicated to providing compassionate, individualized care. We believe that everyone deserves access to quality mental health services, and we strive to make our services affordable and accessible to all. We accept most major insurance plans and offer self-pay rates.

If you are struggling with your mental health, we encourage you to reach out to us. We are here to help you on your journey to wellness.

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A psychiatric assessment is a meeting between a mental health professional and a person who is experiencing symptoms of a mental illness. The purpose of the assessment is to determine whether the person has a mental illness and, if so, what type of treatment would be most effective.

During the assessment, the mental health professional will ask questions about the person’s symptoms, medical history, and family history. They will also observe the person’s behavior and appearance. The assessment may also include a physical examination, lab tests, and psychological testing.

If the mental health professional determines that the person has a mental illness, they will work with the person to develop a treatment plan. The treatment plan may include medication, therapy, and other support services.

Medication management is a service provided by a mental health professional to help people who are taking psychiatric medications manage their medications. The goals of medication management are to ensure that the person is taking the right medication at the right dose and to help the person cope with any side effects they may be experiencing.

During medication management appointments, the mental health professional will review the person’s medications and make sure they are taking them as prescribed. They will also assess the person’s symptoms and side effects, and make any necessary adjustments to the medication regimen.

Individual psychotherapy is a type of therapy that is provided by a mental health professional to an individual. The purpose of individual psychotherapy is to help the person identify and work through the issues that are causing them distress.

During individual psychotherapy sessions, the mental health professional will ask the person questions about their symptoms, their thoughts and feelings, and their experience of the world. They will help the person to understand their symptoms and to develop coping skills to deal with their distress.

What are the Types of Psychotherapy?

CBT: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a structured evidence-based psychotherapy that focuses on solving current problems and teaching skills to modify unhealthy thinking and behaviors. 

DBT: Dialectical Behavior Therapy is a specific type of Cognitive behavior psychotherapy that focuses on teaching skills to regulate emotions to improve one’s quality of life and functioning. 

TF-CBT: Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is time-sensitive psychotherapy specifically for children and adolescents suffering from symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).  TF-CBT will teach skills to cope with trauma, regulate emotions and modify unhealthy thinking patterns and behaviors. 

CPT: Cognitive Processing Therapy is psychotherapy for adults that have experienced trauma and struggle with symptoms of PTSD. CPT will teach skills to cope, regulate emotions and modify unhealthy thinking patterns and behaviors to improve quality of life and functioning.  

Motivational interviewing is a counseling method that helps people resolve ambivalent feelings and insecurities to find the internal motivation they need to change their behavior. 

Holistic Therapy: Treatment that focuses on the whole person, taking into account all aspects of their health – physical, mental, social, etc.  
It’s about all the ways in which people interact with their world and their overall sense of being. Clients are guided toward self-awareness and then allowed to lead their own journey through self-discovery and healing. 

Family and couples counseling is a type of therapy that is provided by a mental health professional to a family or couple. The purpose of family and couples counseling is to help the family or couple identify and work through the issues that are causing them distress.

During family and couples counseling sessions, the mental health professional will ask the family or couple questions about their symptoms, their thoughts and feelings, and their experience of the world. They will help the family or couple to understand their symptoms and to develop coping skills to deal with their distress.

Comprehensive addiction services are a type of treatment that is provided by a mental health professional to people who are struggling with addiction. The goals of comprehensive addiction services are to help the person overcome their addiction and to develop coping skills to prevent relapse.

During comprehensive addiction treatment, the mental health professional will work with the person to develop a treatment plan. The treatment plan may include detoxification, medication, therapy, and other support services.

Case management services are a type of service provided by a mental health professional to people who have mental illnesses. The goal of case management services is to help the person connect with the resources they need to manage their mental illness.

During case management appointments, the mental health professional will assess the person’s needs and make referrals to appropriate resources. They will also provide support and guidance to the person as they navigate the mental health system.

AT THIS TIME, WE DO NOT OFFER THE FOLLOWING SERVICES:

  • Journeys in Mental Health & Wellness does not provide any animal emotional support letters. 
  • Journeys in Mental Health & Wellness will not fill out, nor provide any disability or other forms for new patients. Patients should have at least 6 established visits in order to have any paperwork filled out by the provider. 

Are you or someone you know struggling with mental illness or addiction?

Are you looking for help, but not sure where to turn? We offer expert evaluation and treatment for psychiatric issues in an open, comfortable outpatient setting. Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

“When your heart and mind work together as one,

you will have the ability to make anything happen.”

-Roger Lee