At Mental Health Specialists, we provide a large variety of services to meet your needs. In a comfortable and supportive atmosphere, we offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each of our clients individual needs to help attain the personal growth they’re striving for. We approach every client as unique and tailor services to his/her specific needs. We work closely with our community partners to assure the highest possible level of care.
We offer Psychiatric Services for children and adolescents by Harvard and Stanford University trained Dr. Manuel Sierra, MD and Dr. Matt Torbenson. Adult Psychiatric Services are offered by Dr. Spring Neihart, DNP PMHNP-BC APRN and Dr Greg Klingler, MD.
Some of the challenges that we can help people with include:
- Depression and Anxiety
- Parenting Support
- Grief Counseling
- Work and Career issues
- Stress Management
- Addiction & Recovery
- Conflict Resolution
We offer the following therapy types:
Individual, one on one therapy where a person meets with a counselor who helps the person identify and change troubling thoughts, emotions and behaviors and learn skills to cope more effectively.
Couples, facilitates understanding and communication between people in a relationship and assists them to work through their unique challenges.
Family counseling, facilitates understanding and communication between family members to work through their unique challenges.
Group therapy, learning skills with people with similar challenges.
Psychiatric medication services, physiological assessment and care of mental health with a focus on medication management.
Neurofeedback, a noninvasive procedure that assists in enhancing overall functioning using a nuero-feedback assistive approach.
Case Management, a service type that assists clients by connecting them to resources that help to enhance wellbeing, i.e., housing, transportation, food assistance, disability services, etc
Targeted Care Coordination, a service type that works in similar way as case management for children. It is a part of the YES program of care for children.
Respite, - Short-term relief for primary care givers of children. Kids spend a few hours a week under the supervision of Respite providers doing fun activities.
CBRS. -Community Based Rehabilitation Services. This is designed to assist client in skills learning, acquisition, and implementation in the community.