Empowering progress towards a happy,
requirements, schedule, lifestyle, history, and home environment of our client.
Mental Health Assessments
Our clinicians conduct a comprehensive initial assessment to understand our clients at a deeper level and direct them to services that most appropriately suit their needs.
Partial Hospitalization Programming (PHP)
This extra mental health support offers a minimally-restrictive environment that encompasses group, individual, family and/or couples therapy. Programming involves group therapy 4 hours/day, 5 days per week, and can serve as a midground option for clients stepping down from inpatient care. When in PHP, clients see a psychiatrist at a minimum of twice weekly.
Intensive Outpatient Programming (IOP)
A step-down level of care for clients to transition back to work or school, this program provides structure and support while clients practice enhanced coping skills. It includes at least 3 hours per day/3 days per week for adults and 4 hours per day/5 days per week for children. In addition, it includes individual therapy and family/couples therapy, as needed. When in IOP, clients see the psychiatrist a minimum of once per week.
In individual, couples, or family counseling, we provide a forum for exploring broad and daily issues, fears, and struggles. Our clinicians utilize cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), talk, and expressive therapies to help clients overcome setbacks, gain control, and build coping skills.
Clients are evaluated and monitored by a psychiatrist for medications, adverse reactions, and side effects to reduce their current mental health symptoms. This service is available as a maintenance option or in conjunction with outpatient therapy appointments.
We offer virtual sessions to conduct assessments, provide therapy, and assist with medication management.
Helping our students succeed.
We partner with multiple school districts in DFW to provide crisis assessments, outpatient therapy, group therapy, and PHP/IOP during school hours. This innovative approach eliminates barriers faced by families seeking treatment and allows students to remain in a familiar environment while receiving care.
Participation is initiated by school counselors who refer students to receive care on campus instead of attending classes.
Fort Worth ISD
Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD
Our facilities offer daytime and evening hours, for your convenience. Reach out today to inquire about scheduling options.
Call us at (817) 289-5307
Conditions We Commonly Treat
Symptoms may include: Sad or empty mood, loss of pleasure in activities you normally enjoy, weight loss or weight gain, diminished or increased appetite, sleep difficulties, restlessness, fatigue, feelings of worthlessness or guilt, indecisiveness, difficulty concentrating, thoughts of death or suicide.
Symptoms may include: Confusion, difficulty staying on task, denial or shock, anger, irritability, difficulty regulating mood, fear, anxiety, sadness, hopelessness, feeling withdrawn and disconnected. Sources of trauma may include: Car accidents, war, violence, prolonged abuse, natural disasters, serious illnesses, grief or loss, medical interventions, childhood neglect or abuse.
Symptoms may include: Anxiety/worry about work, finances, school, etc., difficulty controlling the worry, restlessness, feeling keyed up or on edge, fatigue, difficulty concentrating, irritability, muscle tension, sleep difficulties.
Symptoms may include: Sweating, rapid heartbeat, nausea, stomach cramps, shortness of breath, feeling of being smothered, chest pain, numbness, feelings of disconnection or unreality, hot or cold flashes, fear of dying, losing control or going crazy, trembling or shaking, feeling of choking, dizziness or light-headedness, feeling detached from oneself, fear of leaving your home.
Symptoms may include: Fear, dread, or avoidance of social situations, fear of acting in a way that will cause embarrassment, anxiety/panic in social situations, recognition that your social fear may be excessive and/or interfering with your normal routine.