Not knowing that her highly distressing symptoms were psychosomatic, she obtained 7 hospital ER health evaluations in 3 months. Being told each time, ‘nothing is wrong’, she became perpetually confused and dejected. She found MHA-Triad. . .and completed a professional mental evaluation. The evaluation revealed she was experiencing extremely high generalized anxiety with panic reactions, and phobias . . .
. . . After only a year, as she planned the gradual completion of treatment, her anxiety and depression had decreased to the lowest measurable levels. She began to have periods of happiness and joy.From Client Notes
Fees. The costs of outpatient services are covered by Medicaid, private insurance, or fees can be assessed on a sliding scale. The agency can also serve individuals with no insurance or other financial resources.
How to Make Referrals. Referrals for outpatient services can be made by any type of professional including physicians, mental health clinicians, attorneys, managed care organizations, or EAP counselors. Family members and significant others can also call us. Finally, those concerned with a mental health or an addiction problem can refer themselves.
Schedule an appointment. Our goal is to see clients in a reasonable time period. We make every effort to schedule appointments that work with your schedule. We ask that you try to schedule an appointment as early as possible if you have concerns. You may schedule an appointment at by calling 336-822-2827.
Outpatient Treatment Services
Our brief solution-focused psychotherapy approach focuses on treatment that addresses a broad range of mental health services for the community which may include the following:
- Diagnostic evaluation
- Comprehensive clinical assessments
- Individual Counseling
- Substance Use Assessments
- Psycho-educational workshops
- Referral to other specialists
- Referral to a psychiatrist for an evaluation for medication
The outpatient services staff is committed to helping you by offering individual counseling in which you can explore in a confidential setting concerns including:
- Evaluation for substance use
- Grief and loss
- Relationship difficulties
- Stress and time management
- Adjustment disorders
- Life skills