Compassionate mental health treatment
Compass Health Services provide a wide variety of mental health services for people of all ages, from children, adolescents, adults, and older adults, all in one convenient location. We have one-on-one counseling sessions that allowing patients to apply newly acquired skills in real-world environments.
We address mental health and co-occurring disorder problems to improve their quality of life while maintaining their sense of normalcy as much as possible. Our goal is to help those addicted to alcohol and drugs achieve healing of the inner person which results in long-term sobriety and complete deliverance from the compulsion to use and abuse mood-altering chemicals. Upon being referred to the program, clients will call our facility to set up a comprehensive assessment.
Provide evidenced based Psychiatric services that include:
Medication Management for Children (ages 5 and above)
Medications help children manage such conditions as ADHD, depression, anxiety, OCD, and others. Finding the right medication and dosage, however, requires our specialized expertise. Medication management is a way to organize and make a plan using medicines. A child with a mental health concern could need medication as a part of a comprehensive treatment plan.
Medication Management for Adults
Older adults tend to have multiple illnesses and therefore take more drugs. Seniors use more medicines than any other age group. Older adults often take multiple prescriptions, increasing the risk of drug interactions and potential side effects. So doses must be properly adjusted and monitored because there is also a higher risk of drug interactions in older adults. Medication review and intervention is another way to adjust medications to reduce the patient’s difficulties.
When you decide to see a professional to discuss thoughts, behaviors, and patterns, the process can result in substantial and positive changes. Individual therapy sees the patients treated on a one-on-one basis with a therapist. The primary goal of individual therapy is to increase understanding of one’s thought and behavior patterns, help increase function and well-being, learn how to effectively manage stress, and handle interpersonal difficulties or troubling situations.
Interpersonal therapy addresses social isolation or unfulfilling relationships, including how much support you have from others and the impact of these relationships on your mental health with the goal of strengthening relationships. Because your relationships and social life can affect your mental health, interpersonal therapy aims to cultivate strong attachments.
Psychodynamic therapy focuses on self-reflection and self-examination as a window into problematic patterns in the patient’s life and involves the patient having a deeper understanding of his/her emotions. Its goal is to alleviate the most obvious symptoms and help people lead healthier lives. Psychodynamic psychotherapy is effective for mental health symptoms like depression, anxiety, panic, and stress-related physical ailments.
At CHS our therapist uses cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) to explore the relationship between a person’s behavior and thoughts, feelings, or both. CHS therapist will work with the client to uncover unhealthful thought patterns. The therapist will discuss with the client how these patterns might or do cause self-destructive behaviors and beliefs. Together, the therapist and the client can work on developing constructive ways of thinking. These changes can offer a healthier, more positive outlook and help a person change their behaviors and beliefs.
Family therapy involves working with a family unit to help an individual within the family resolve specific issues. It helps the family understand and work through patterns of negative behavior that may cause underlying problems. This type of therapy can also help people with:
- substance misuse disorders
- eating disorders
- behavioral problems
- medical issues
Group therapy allows people experiencing similar issues to join together as a group to resolve them. In group therapy, a therapist leads the discussion, and individuals can comment or contribute personal thoughts and experiences. Group therapy helps a person see that they are not alone, and it offers people an opportunity to support each other. Group therapy can benefit people with:
- interpersonal relationship issues
- behavioral, learning, or family issues in children and adolescents
- medical issues
- aging issues
- difficulty recovering from a loss
- lifestyle issues
- personality disorders
We encourage families and loved ones by supporting them through our programs where possible. Contact us now.