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Outpatient Clinic

  • Child and Adolescent
  • Adult and Geriatric

Memorial Counseling Associates has a team of psychiatrists, psychologists, licensed therapists and nurse practitioners who see children, adolescents, adults and geriatric patients in the outpatient clinic for counseling, medication management, personality testing, psychological testing, marriage/family/relationship therapy, individual therapy and group therapy.

Our mental health team assists patients who are suffering from mental illness, chemical dependency, emotional or behavioral problems such as:

  • – Adjustment Disorders
  • – Alzheimers Disease
  • – Anxiety Disorders
  • – Bipolar Disorder
  • – Childhood Trauma
  • – Dementia
  • – Disorders of Adolescence
  • – Disorders of Childhood
  • – Disorders of Infancy
  • – Dissociative Disorders
  • – Domestic Violence Trauma
  • – Dual Diagnosis
  • – Eating Disorders
  • – Gender Identity Issues
  • – Mood Disorders
  • – Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • – Phobia
  • – Personality Disorders
  • – Post Partum Depression
  • – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • – Psychotic Disorders
  • – Schizophrenia
  • – Substance Abuse
  • – Work Stress

The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry outpatient services provide a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation and treatment to children under 18 years of age. The clinic addresses a broad range of disorders including Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism spectrum disorders including Asperger’s Disorder, childhood depression, anxiety and psychotic disorders, and other developmental and behavioral disorders.

A comprehensive treatment plan is implemented following an initial diagnostic evaluation performed to assess a child’s or adolescent’s condition with attention to psychological, biological, social and environmental components.

Board and Care / Nursing Home Services / Assisted Living

Our nurse practitioners and psychiatrists visit Residential Care Facilities, Nursing Homes and Skilled Nursing Facilities to evaluate, manage and treat individuals who require psychiatric support through assessments, psychopharmacology, monitoring patients’ conditions, and educating patients and family members regarding illness and achievement of the best quality of life. They also provide educational services to the staff at the facilities.