Mental Health Counseling
**As Holy Family Institute continues to respond to issues concerning COVID-19, our behavioral health services are more important now than ever. Continuity of care for our clients is paramount, as is the ability to seamlessly serve any individual or family in need of our services.
If you are a current client in our mental health, family health or substance use disorder programs, please contact your counselor about ways to continue your sessions.
If you are new to HFI’s services and want to begin counseling, we are offering our services through video or telephone calls (Telehealth). Please fill out the referral form below to schedule an appointment.**
Providing adults, children, and families with therapeutic and psychiatric treatment to overcome their struggles and improve their quality of life.
When children, youth, or adults struggle with mental health issues, the whole family feels the impact. Holy Family Institute’s experienced mental health professionals create a unique treatment plan for each individual. These customized plans may include individual therapy, couples and family therapy, and psychiatric treatments like cognitive behavioral therapy, which help patients understand how thoughts affect feelings and behaviors.
Our trained counselors also offer individual and group sessions personalized for all age groups: children, pre-adolescents, teenagers, adults, and senior citizens. Our mental health professionals are committed to aiding the positive, continuous growth of every person in their care. Many of our clients also face issues related to abuse, neglect, trauma, depression, parent-child conflict, anger management, attachment disorders, and low self-esteem.
Holy Family Institute accepts most insurance plans. If you do not have health coverage, we will determine your payment using a sliding scale based on income.
Are you or a loved one coping with any of the mental health concerns described above? If you would like to make an appointment, please fill out the referral form below and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Or, if you prefer, you can call the office to complete the form over the phone. To do so, or if you have any questions, please call 412.766.9020 x1222.
MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
Trains individuals to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illness or addiction to help someone in crisis or experiencing a mental health concern. Offered training includes Adult and Youth Mental Health First Aid.
An intensive and comprehensive in-home program for families that include a caregiving parent with recent or active substance use and a young child who is at risk of removed by the Department of Children, Youth, and Families.