When overwhelming anxiety, depression, stress and anger prevent you from living life to the fullest, Pathways is here to help restore your happiness and well-being.
Pathways licensed therapists and clinicians help people of all ages by providing personalized, restorative, outpatient mental health services and treatment for substance abuse disorders. We know each individual’s situation is unique and therefore each treatment plan must be personalized. Our outpatient psychotherapy and counseling services offer a dynamic process using professional skills, knowledge and training to help those facing debilitating mental illness. Individuals fully embracing our services learn to recognize and use their strengths and abilities to take control of their lives and restore their happiness.
Restore and Renew with Pathways Mental Health Services
Pathways comprehensive mental health services are offered individually, in groups or with families, and are provided by our licensed mental health therapists and clinicians. The behavioral health team at Pathways includes psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, clinical social workers, licensed mental health counselors and substance use disorder counselors. We provide diagnosis, counseling, and specialized psychotherapy treatments, along with drug and alcohol treatment.
Our mental health services include:
- Individual counseling
- Family Counseling
- Marital counseling
- Diagnostic services
- EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing)
- Educational and preventive programs
- Pre-hospitalization screening
- Post-hospitalization aftercare
- Group counseling
- School-based programming
- Consultation and coordination with other agencies
- 24-hour emergency services
- Medication management
- Peer and community support services
Not sure if treatment is right for you or your loved one? People turn to Pathways for help for many reasons, and we are happy to answer your questions so you can better prepare for the next steps.
Common Reasons People May Seek Our Services:
- Childhood problems
- Marriage problems
- Physical symptoms identified by a family doctor
- Medication problems
- Family concerns
- Anger management
- Work- or school-related problems
Your path to recovery and renewal starts today with Pathways. Call 319-352-2064 for more information about our mental health services and our addiction counseling and treatment options.