Outpatient Mental Health

Center for Family Development (CFD) provides mental health therapy to individuals and families struggling with stressors including, but not limited to:

  • grief and loss
  • blended family adjustment
  • difficulty in relationships
  • trauma history 
  • life stage growth and development

CFD therapists also work with problems such as:

  • anxiety
  • depression
  • impulse control
  • anger management
  • eating disorders and body image
  • relational conflict
  • low self-esteem
  • difficulty in school
  • sexual behavior problems
  • child, adolescent and family adjustment

Individuals may receive individual, family and/or group therapy. An intake therapist assesses the individual's needs and CFD assigns an appropriate therapist. Individuals typically see therapists weekly or biweekly in our office or, when necessary, in the community.

Find our mental health groups list here.

In coordination with therapy at Center for Family Development, support services are provided in community settings. Behavioral Support Specialists teach life skills and coping strategies to children and adolescents with severe emotional and behavioral issues. Peer Support Specialists provide emotional support to individuals and families; together, they can informally discuss issues, increase coping skills, identify strengths and talents and envision recovery.