We believe in treating the “Whole Person”. Our team of psychiatrists, physician assistants and psychotherapists are focused on helping the children, adolescents and adults who come to our practice feel better.
Psychiatrists and psychologists at MRC Behavioral Health Services are experienced in structuring sessions to meet your specific needs. We work with individuals and families, in addition to offering group sessions for people who might benefit from interacting with others in similar circumstances.
Parents seek treatment at MRC Behavioral Health Services for ADHD behaviors at home, school, and in the community. All of our therapists are experienced in effective behavioral, parenting, and social learning interventions to improve the child’s daily functioning across these settings.
Medications are an important part of effective treatment for many mental health conditions. The decision to start or to continue psychiatric medications is not one to be taken lightly. Our approach to psychopharmacology (or “medication management” as it is sometimes referred) is designed to respect your individuality and to acknowledge the complexity of this intervention.
Our In-Home Family Counseling staff comes to your home, provides help, and strengthens your family in the privacy and comfort of your own living room. We have qualified staff in three different regions of Indiana prepared to travel to you to meet your counseling needs.
At MRC Behavioral Health Services, we provide marriage, couples and family counseling to enable more satisfaction and joy in these relationships. We use multiple models of marriage and family therapy, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and take an active role in exploring and clarifying the causes of the problems and conflicts. We provide clear strategies and advice to help you solve the current problems in your life while equipping you to be able to solve similar problems in the future.
MRC Behavioral Health Services offers techniques to help individuals cope with or lessen the physical and emotional effects of everyday life pressure. Stress management involves controlling and reducing the tension that occurs in stressful situations by making emotional and physical changes.
Parent training has been evaluated as a treatment of children’s behavior problems in hundreds of studies. Most of these studies have been conducted with families of children between 3 and 12 years of age. Children in these families showed a variety of conduct problems, including failure to obey their parents, temper tantrums, stealing, lying, and fighting.