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Among the many services offered by PsyCare are:

Services may vary by location. Please call the clinic to obtain additional information.

How to Access Services

To make an appointment, call the PsyCare clinic of your choice. Click here for specific information about each clinic.

Referrals are accepted from individuals, families, physicians, hospitals, agencies, schools, attorneys, clergy, etc. General clinic hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Evening and Saturday appointments can be arranged through the individual clinic.

Each clinic offers individual and family counseling for patients of all ages who need mental health, psychiatric and chemical dependency services. Specific clinics have specialized services.

Health Psychology

Health Psychology is a unique sub-field of Psychology that examines how psychological, biological, environmental, and social factors impact health and illness. While illness is, of course, determined in part by genetics or diseases, psychological factors (such as thoughts and behaviors) can also have a great deal of impact on a person’s health. Health Psychologists can help patients determine how these factors might be affecting their health, and then develop strategies for addressing these behaviors. Read More

Psychiatric Case Management (PCM)

CPST is a case management program for Medicaid-eligible children and adults. CPST provides services in the home, community and school. CPST serves as an extra support to outpatient counseling and medication management services. We strive to assist our clients in becoming as independent as possible. Read More

Integrative Family and Systems Treatment (IFAST)

Integrative Family and Systems Treatment (IFAST) is designed for complicated cases and difficult issues such as: delinquency, school failure or refusal, anger management, Children’s Services involvement, self-injurious behavior, autism, Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED), major mental illness, mood disorders, acting out, oppositional behavior, and ADHD. Read More