PSYCHO-EDUCATION GROUPS: Learn about the long-term effects of substance abuse and relevant healthy coping mechanisms through speaking series, presentations, video training, and more.
FAMILY/COUPLES COUNSELING: Nurture change and development in a safe setting under the guidance of a certified therapist with your spouse and/or loved ones.
COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY: Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of therapy aimed at changing thinking patterns by helping you understand your behaviors and their motivations.
DIALECTICAL BEHAVIORAL THERAPY: Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) is a form of cognitive behavioral therapy focused on emotion regulation and awareness.
TRAUMA THERAPY: This specific approach to therapy recognizes the long-lasting effects of traumatic events and the emotional responses they incite.
EMDR: Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing is a form of therapy where patients focus on memories of past trauma while experiencing bilateral stimulation that helps them resolve their trauma.
ART THERAPY: Art therapy enriches the lives of individuals through active art-making, creative processes, applied psychological theory, and human experience within a psychotherapeutic relationship. Art therapy allows clients to express themselves creatively in order to process feelings and emotions associated with mental health disorders.
EQUINE THERAPY: Clients navigate emotional and behavioral changes through facilitated interactions with horses. Develop a close bond with the horse while taking good care of its basic needs and providing it with a safe environment.
Why choose Bold Steps Behavioral Health?
We’ll help you apply for Medicaid and demystify the MLTCP application process, rightfully allowing you to receive the homecare services you deserve.
Feeling too ill or bedridden to visit the doctor’s office? We’ll bring the physician to your home for individualized, medical care.
As a new patient, you’ll be visited by a skilled nurse who’ll create a customized plan of care designed to maximize your health and minimize future hospital readmissions.