This summer The Bradley Center will be launching an outpatient therapy program to serve children and families in the region. The need for mental-health services is great, particularly for therapists with expertise treating trauma. Bradley is committed to the holistic well-being of families and is well equipped to help in this pivotal time.
Beth Hines, Chief Program Officer, notes that the coronavirus pandemic has only heightened the need for accessible, caring mental-health services. Hines explains, “Coming out of COVID, children have suffered from a variety of challenges, including education issues, isolation, anxiety, and depression. There’s not enough help available. We are grateful to be able to come alongside these families.”
Individual therapy services are available for children, adolescents, adults, and families who suffer from symptoms of trauma, depression, or anxiety, or who need additional mental-health support. Our outpatient therapists work together with every participant ages 6–65 in order to develop an individualized treatment plan that includes clinical goals, measurable objectives, and a clear path to achieving better mental and emotional health.