Our expert psychiatrists, psychologists, and licensed behavioral health professionals offer personalized and advanced treatments for anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, depression, bipolar disorder, and wide range of behavioral health disorders.
It can be uncomfortable to seek mental health care for the first time. Our behavioral and mental health professionals foster a welcoming, nurturing environment to help you feel as comfortable as possible during this transition.
When you seek care with us, we start by giving you a diagnostic assessment, or mental health test. A diagnostic assessment is made up of questions that tell us more about your mental health. Based on your answers, we determine what type of mental illness you may have and the best ways to manage your condition.
If you are facing a serious mental illness, such as mood or psychotic disorder, you might benefit from inpatient services. Our inpatient psychiatric units help you find effective ways to treat your illness while maintaining your safety.
Learn more about our inpatient psychiatry and mental health services.
Frequent interactions with a behavioral or mental health professional can help patients manage their illness during particularly difficult times. Our intensive treatment options provide an extra layer of support for people living with a mental illness:
Get more information about our adult intensive day treatment programs and other intensive outpatient programs.
Our psychiatrists and psychologists offer traditional outpatient services, such as psychotherapy and medication management. Often times, people who experience mild psychiatry and behavioral health disorders, such as mild depression, anxiety, and stress, seek outpatient therapy a few times a month. In many cases outpatient therapy is a key component of depression and anxiety treatment.
Learn more about our outpatient mental health services.
We specialize in treating behavioral health disorders in children, including:
We also provide counseling services and other therapies for children experiencing:
AHN is home to the nationally-recognized Center for Traumatic Stress in Children and Adolescents (CTCSA). Our behavioral health team provides unparalleled care for children and adolescents who have experienced traumatic events, such as the loss of a loved one, abuse, or domestic violence.
Learn more about treatment for trauma in children and adolescents at AHN.
You shouldn’t have to face difficulties alone. If you or a loved one could benefit from psychiatry, mental, and behavioral health care, please contact us at (412) DOCTORS (412) 362-8677.
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