Outpatient Therapy Services
HSC offers counseling/therapy through the outpatient department to address a wide range of struggles that an individual or family with behavioral health concerns may face. Highly trained Masters Level Clinicians utilize short-term, solution focused and strategic therapeutic approaches to respond to behavioral health needs of individuals and families and help them return to optimal levels of functioning.
The objective of Adult Outpatient Services is to utilize brief, short-term therapy to respond to mental health needs of individuals. Group and family therapy are offered in addition to individual psychotherapy. The emphasis of Adult Outpatient Services is on providing recovery oriented therapy to help reduce the effects of mental health difficulties while working to improve or maintain overall functioning in the individual’s current environment.
The objective of Child and Family Outpatient Services is to provide solution-oriented therapy to children and adolescents ages 0 – 18 and their families, focusing on the elimination of distress, while helping the individual to return to his/her normal routine as soon as possible. While treatment is child-centered, the importance of the family as a resource and source of support is recognized and utilized as an essential element of intervention.
Therapists in this program have earned advanced degrees in the behavioral health service delivery, have received extensive training in human development and psychotherapy, and are licensed or in to process of becoming licensed clinicians in the state of Pennsylvania. In addition, program therapists have received training in multiple therapeutic interventions, and provide specialty care related to may struggles individuals and families.
For further information, please contact:
Matthew D. Nord, MA., LPC
Director of Assessment and Outpatient Services
Fax: (724) 656-1325