Coping with mental health disorders such as depression or anxiety can interfere with your ability to live a happy and rewarding life. That’s where we can help.
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), one in five adults experiences a mental illness within a given year. We recognize that people have different needs at different stages in the lives. That’s why our mental health professionals offer assessments, evaluations and customized, evidence-based treatment programs for you or your loved ones.
Charlotte Behavioral Health Care offers a full array of mental health care programs including individual, group, and family therapy. First, we perform an assessment to understand your unique concerns and establish a diagnosis that leads to a custom treatment plan targeting the gains you want to make and the types of services we provide that offer the level of care you need. The experienced mental health professionals at Charlotte Behavioral Health Care are here to provide you and your loved ones with care that restore hopes and changes lives.
*Pregnant women will receive priority admission status
Our outpatient team provides assessments as well as individual, family, and group therapy to individuals of all ages. Therapists utilize short-term evidence-based practices to manage a variety of problems, including mental illness, co-occurring disorders, and trauma-related problems.
We also offer these specialty outpatient psychotherapy services to meet your needs:
- Teleservices. Teleservices is the delivery of health related services through electronic communication. What that means for our patients is that they can have their therapy session using a computer or smartphone. Basically, teletherapy allows you to see your therapist from the comfort of your own home, while sitting in the car, or on your lunch break. It’s healthcare in the palm of your hand, from anywhere! For more information on teleservices, click here to visit our Teleservices page.
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). EMDR enables people to heal from the symptoms and emotional distress that are the result of disturbing life experiences. EMDR therapy involves attention to three time periods: the past, present, and future. Focus is given to past disturbing memories and related events. Also, it is given to current situations that cause distress, and to developing the skills and attitudes needed for positive future actions.
Children and adolescents face unique developmental, social, behavioral and emotional challenges, so their plan of treatment is different than it is for adults. To learn more on the variety of services we offer specifically tailored to meet their needs, click here to visit our Children & Adolescent Services page.
Charlotte Behavioral Health Care’s Substance Abuse Outpatient treatment services aim to help people of all ages — adults, adolescents and children — who genuinely want to recover from chemical dependency and drug or alcohol problems. To find out more, click here to visit our Substance Abuse Outpatient page.
This service provides psychiatric assessment and medication treatment for psychiatric disorders, both for children and adults.
S.H.A.R.E. Spot is a drop-in center for people with severe, persistent mental illness. This peer-run, evidence-based program focuses on socialization, advocacy, and self-help for each member on a personal journey to recovery. Peer specialists run a variety of activities including self-help groups, education groups, arts and crafts, self-expression activities, and featured guest speakers. Peer specialist also provide emotional support to all members. S.H.A.R.E. Spot empowers members while instilling hope for a brighter future. For more information, click here to visit our S.H.A.R.E. Spot page.