Mental health counseling
Improve Your Life with Our Mental Health Services
Get your life on track with our mental health counseling, case management and medication management services in Vancouver and Clark County, Washington. Our clinic is small and friendly, and we offer personalized services.
Our team of non-judgmental, compassionate mental health professionals help people recover from or manage a wide range of symptoms. Our specialty areas include:
- Trauma – especially the treatment of PTSD
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Culturally sensitive and inclusive services
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
- Mindfulness-based therapy
- Grief Therapy and support for life limiting illness
Mental Health Services
Our case management services will help you access health services, including primary and specialty care. We also help clients sign up for essential social services such as veterans administration benefits, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP or formerly known as Food Stamps) and other critical assistance.
We have three counselors. They all have a Master’s Degree in Counseling or a Master’s Degree in Social Work. We provide outpatient services only, but our counselors use a community-based approach. Most of our counseling takes place in our Vancouver office, and we are also available to meet with you at your home, a faith-based institution of your choice, a hospital or any place that is secure and comfortable for you. We offer counseling services in Brush Prairie. Our staff strictly adheres to Federal laws that require patient confidentiality.
Getting Started with Mental Health Counseling
Services are open to all Medicaid recipients who have mental health coverage with Molina or the Community Health Plan of Washington. You can self-refer to our mental health services, and we accept referrals from primary care clinics, crisis services, inpatient care clinics and others.
For new or returning patients, please call us at 360-694-5624 to set up an intake appointment. Intake appointments usually last 90 minutes. A clinician will discuss your symptoms, history, support structure and past treatments. Please arrive 10 minutes early to your intake appointment and bring your Molina or CHPW ID card with you. Intake for Brush Prairie counseling clients will take place in our Vancouver office.
We work with community partners who will provide additional services for you. For inpatient and other intensive services, we partner with the Peace Health ADAPT program, Telecare Evaluation &Treatment (E&T) Facility, Columbia River Mental Health and Community Services Northwest. For substance abuse services, we partner with Lifeline Connections.
If you or a loved one are having a mental health crisis, call the Clark County Crisis line at: (800) 626-8137. Counselors are available 24 hours/7 days a week for support and problem solving.
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