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Individual Outpatient Psychotherapy 

We offer outpatient mental health counseling or psychotherapy for adults, and in some cases, adolescents 14 years of age and older. Outpatient therapy refers to a level of care in which an individual sees a counselor once or twice per week. If need is greater than that for the individual to be stable and functioning, then it is likely that a higher or different level of care is warranted, and a referral would be made.  

Couples and Family Psychotherapy 

Some of our therapists regularly see couples and families and some do not. Please see the profile for each practitioner to determine if they are a good fit for your needs.  

Psychological Testing 

At this time psychological assessments are limited to the following: personality assessments, general diagnostic evaluations for clinical clarity, return-to-work (aka fitness for duty) evaluations, police candidate evaluations, and compensation, and pension evaluations for veterans.

Eating Disorder Treatment  

If you wish to be seen for an eating disorder you will be required to have a 15-minute consult with Dr. Castleberry, prior to admission, to determine the appropriateness of outpatient therapy. Information gathered in that time will include current weight/height, status of medical labs, state of menstruation if applicable, frequency of purging and/or restricting, age of onset of disordered eating symptoms, and willingness to actively participate in the healing process. If you are accepted as an outpatient client then you will also be required to have regular appointments with your primary physician and consultations with a registered dietitian with experience in treating eating disorders.  

We accept the following insurances:

Please note that we are unable to accept medicaid (Centennial Care) or Medicare at this time.

Please call your insurance provider to inquire about out-of-network coverage if you have an insurance not listed above.

“Life doesn’t make any sense without interdependence. We need each other, and the sooner we learn that, the better for us all.”

— Erik Erikson