Adult Outpatient Mental Health Services
Outpatient psychotherapy is the process of openly sharing your concerns, thoughts and feelings with a professional in a group or individual setting. At Community Behavioral Health, psychotherapists offer:
- Honesty, Privacy and confidentiality
- Treatment in a decent and respectful manner
- Realistic emotional support
- A neutral, non-critical and nonjudgmental environment
- A professional relationship
- Adherence to ethical codes to assure that therapy remains safe.
We can help you if you are dealing with any of the following:
- Adjusting to/coping with new life circumstances (aging, unemployment, medical illness or disability)
- Inadequately developed sense of identity/self, passivity, non-assertiveness, timidity
- Excessive emotional sensitivity
- Difficulty with intimacy/commitment
- Indecisiveness, self-doubt
- Lack of motivation or excessive feelings of inhibition
- Chronic feelings of bitterness, doubt, or negativity
- Long-standing unresolved conflicts with others
- Psychosomatic symptoms (for example: tension headaches, fatigue and insomnia)
- Chronic worrying, anxiety
- Feelings of inadequacy
- Communication problems
- Interpersonal problems
- Facing difficult problems
- Unresolved wounds from the past
You don’t have be diagnosed with serious mental illness to need therapy. Therapy can be used for both serious mental illness and life problems that cause distress. Your therapist can help evaluate your needs and develop a therapy plan.
Finding a Therapist
Talk to your case manager. If you are not sure who that is, a secretary can direct you appropriately.
Duration of Services
In most circumstances, you can expect to attend weekly therapy sessions as deemed clinically appropriate by your doctor and therapist. Often, these sessions last until the issue that brought you into treatment has been resolved.
||8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
2600 W. 9th Street
Chester, PA 19013