Every person deserves a meaningful and fulfilling life. At the Center for Behavioral Health at Woods, we specialize in helping people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism, and other challenges achieve their highest potential and independence.
No two people are exactly alike, and there is no such thing as a one-size-fits-all approach to behavioral health. We take the time to get to know every one of our clients: their strengths and goals, their needs and interests. We focus on each person’s individual choices to develop personalized interventions that promote healing, growth, and autonomy that foster long-lasting change.
Our wellness team includes psychiatrists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, psychologists, nurse navigators, counselors, and family therapists. Our robust array of outpatient services includes:
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Intake, psychiatric, and diagnostic assessments
We offer comprehensive assessments to identify the individual needs of people with mental health and behavioral health issues.
Medication review and coordination
Schedule an appointment with a psychiatric nurse practitioner or psychiatrist to evaluate the effectiveness of current medications and need for adjustments.
Complex condition nurse navigation
For eligible clients, our nurse navigators will meet with you once a week for the first 30 days to provide individualized case coordination, intensive case management services, and support services.
We also offer individual, group, and family therapies, behavioral health supports, and psychiatric care.
Cognitive behavioral therapy
Dialectical behavior therapy
Telehealth and telepsychiatry
An accurate diagnosis is the first step to helping every child or adolescent with autism live up to their full potential. Diagnosis opens the door to a world of interventions and treatments that can improve social and communication skills and reduce frustration and difficult behaviors.
Our experts are here to help you every step of the way. We assess and diagnose people from one year of age to adulthood, make treatment recommendations, and help you navigate the treatment journey.
Make an appointment with our clinical team to begin the assessment process.
Our team will first meet with you to discuss your child’s history and any emotional, social, or behavioral concerns. We will gather observational data from multiple sources, including families, teachers, and others, to get the most accurate picture of how your child manages/navigates in a variety of settings.
In addition to formally evaluating autism spectrum disorder, we assess for the possibility of accompanying intellectual or language impairment. Standardized measures to evaluate these nuanced skills are utilized for all individuals regardless of age and language ability.
Appointments available. Schedule now.