Services at Spectrum Behavioral Health
Spectrum Behavioral Health provides a full range of mental health services to people of all ages, from very young children to older adults. Please browse our services listed below, and if your needs are not here, please call our office and let us know how we can serve you.
Individual therapy is can increase your compassion and self-esteem as you learn skills for making healty decisions and handling difficult situations.
Many children have problems that affect how they feel, act, or learn. Child therapy can help them cope better, communicate better, and do better.
Some kids dance through adolescence with little turmoil, while for others, a puberty time bomb goes off and nothing is the same.
Being depressed can make you feel helpless and trapped. Let our clinicians help you fight back to be in control of your life again and be happier.
It’s not just events in our life that cause high stress, it’s also the way we think about them. Learn healthy ways of dealing with the your stress.
Anxiety disorders can keep you from living your life normally due to constant and overwhelming fears or worries.
A learning disability is a problem that affects how a person receives and processes information, and has nothing to do with how smart a person is.
Whether it is relationships, grief, mobility, illness, or other such issues, let us help you find joy and contentment again. It is never too late!
Wouldn’t it be nice if everyone just got along? But family harmony can be hard to maintain with each member experiencing their own separate worlds.
Couples counseling can help fix unhealthy behavioral patterns, improve your communication skills, and help find ways to mend broken relationships.
Medications are often utilized at the same time as other forms of treatment such as counseling, life management skills, and behavioral therapies.
Sometimes where there is nothing else for it, a marriages and relationships need to go their own way.
Changes in your relationships, your environment, or your body can result in social or academic issues, or even cause physical ailments.
People with ADD may appear dreamy or off in another world, while those with ADHD have difficulty sitting still.
Often talking with a group of people puts your problems into perspective. And listening to other’s problems can show you that you are not alone.