Behavioral Health Therapy
What We Do in Behavioral Health Therapy
In order for a child who is neurodiverse to function at their fullest potential they must be able to go beyond the basics at home, school and in the community. Parents and siblings and other caregivers must be mentally and emotionally healthy enough to take on highly interactive roles in creating systems that promote learning and growth. Sometimes even the strongest families need a little extra support.
Behavioral Health Therapy works with families, couples, and individuals to better navigate mental, social, and emotional issues related to neurodiversity. It seeks to help clients use their own strengths to overcome difficulties with anxiety, depression, relationships, and trauma. The ultimate goal of Behavioral Health Therapy is to celebrate the client’s strengths and leverage them to find solutions that create change.
We are experienced in working with the following:
- Behavioral issues at home school in other settings
- Couples therapy
- Adjustments related to medical or mental health diagnosis in self or family members
Please call our office to discuss a Behavioral Health Therapy evaluation if:
- Your doctor has recommended behavioral health therapy or counseling.
- You or someone in your family has failed a screening related to anxiety, depression, suicide, or ADHD
- You or someone in your family is experiencing a life issue that is difficult or made more difficult with a family member who is neuro-divergent.
- Your child is experiencing difficulties in following directions or focus at home or school that isn’t better addressed through Occupational Therapy or Speech Therapy.
- You or your child is experiencing a high level of anxiety or depression.
- You or a family member is currently on medication for anxiety and depression and would like additional support.
- You or a family member is self-harming or having suicidal ideation.
- Your child or loved one struggles to stay calm and focused, has tantrums or meltdowns, shuts down or “checks-out” when overwhelmed.
- Your child or loved one is getting school or community help but you think they need more support.
- Your gut tells you something isn’t right.
To learn more about our counseling services or to schedule an appointment, email email@example.com or give us a call at 616-559-1054
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you accept insurance?
We accept many insurances, including:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Blue Care Network
- United Health Care
- United Health Care- Community Plan
- Priority Health
If your insurance is not on here, reach out to us anyway. We can check with our insurance folks to see if we can add them to our list!
What if my insurance doesn't cover it?
All service fees are adjusted on a sliding scale, based on income. For programs like Therapy and Fun, we offer payment plans (not based on credit) over 6-9 months.
What documents do you need to get started?
We usually need the following items before we can schedule you:
- a copy of your insurance card
- a doctor’s referral (fax to 616-559-1056)
- a copy of your child’s IEP, if applicable
How long does it take to get an appointment?
We can usually see new clients within two weeks. The longest part of the process is usually waiting to hear back from insurance.