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Behavioral Health Clinic

Our licensed and certified clinicians provide mental health services to children, adolescents, adults, and families.

Anyone of any age can receive services.


Lifelong Access Behavioral Health Clinic meet our clients where they are in an individualized approach as we prioritize finding the best fit between out therapists and clients. This personalized care aligns with clients’ specific circumstances and empowers them to achieve their desired outcomes.


We believe in a holistic, flexible, trauma-informed practice. Our understanding of mental health embraces a range of perspectives, ensuring our services are adaptable and inclusive.


The Lifelong Access Behavioral Health Clinic provides mental health services to anyone, regardless of diagnosis. Our specialty is supporting individuals who are experiencing mental health and intellectual disability or other developmental delays.


We work hard to help our clients thrive in their daily environments from home to work, school, and the community.



· Integrated Assessment and Treatment Planning is the initial step in receiving mental health services. During this process we identify your strengths and your needs to assist in developing your treatment goals and mental health diagnosis.

· Preventative Diagnosis is an individual 21 and under who do not meet the full criteria for a diagnosis but can receive up to 8 sessions to determine criteria. (Medicaid-Eligible only)

· Therapeutic Counseling offers a supportive and non-judgmental environment for individuals and families to explore their concerns, develop coping strategies, and work towards a healthier and more fulfilling life.

· Community Support plays a vital role in fostering social cohesion, resilience, and well-being with communities by addressing diverse needs and empowering individuals to thrive and contribute to their communities.

· Client Centered Consultation Case Management involved collaborative partnerships between the case manager, the client, and other stakeholders, such as family members, caregivers, healthcare providers, educators, and community organizations.

· Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) is an evidence-based treatment approach designed to address behavioral and emotional difficulties in your children (typically aged 2 to 8 years) by enhancing the parent-child relationship and improving parenting skills.

· Group Counseling typically consists of 6 to 12 members who meet regularly, often weekly to address a wide range of issues such as, depression, anxiety, trauma facilitated by a therapist who provides support and assists in developing coping skills within a supportive and empathetic community.


We offer in-person sessions, virtual sessions, hybrid of both virtual and in-person sessions, and in-home sessions.

Lifelong Access Behavioral Health Clinic helps with:

· Mental Health and Intellectual Disability Diagnoses

· Depression

· Anxiety


· Autism Spectrum Disorder

· Trauma

· Healthy Boundaries

· Healthy Relationships

· Self-esteem

· Mood dysregulation

· Attachment concerns


If you or someone you know may be considering suicide, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988.

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