Behavioral Health Counseling
for Children and Adults
Community Healthcare Center’s Behavioral Health Counselors can see children through seniors. Our Counselors evaluate the needs of the patient to assist them in making healthy behavioral choices in their life. When necessary, the Counselors share the evaluation information and treatment plan with the patient’s Primary Care Provider. The Counselors will utilize community resources and may provide or assist their patient, as needed, with appropriate referral options.
Counseling at Community Healthcare Center is focused intervention counseling, which consists of brief 20 to 30 minute counseling sessions. Behavioral Health Counseling at Community Healthcare Center is not traditional one-hour counseling sessions. These brief sessions are specifically designed to treat the issue that the patient is currently struggling with, and if more traditional counseling is necessary, the counselors will refer them to community resources that are available for the level of counseling that is needed. Our Behavioral Health Counselors will be able to help with, but not limited to:
• Mental health concerns, such as depression, anxiety, etc.
• Weight management and education
• Managing and living with a chronic illness
• Behavioral issues in children, including ADHD
• Smoking cessation
• Alcohol/drug abuse
• Managing chronic pain
Appointments can be made directly with our Behavioral Health Counselors, or through your Community Healthcare Center Provider. Children and adults can both benefit from our Behavioral Health Counseling Services.
Sliding fee scale available based on family size and income, regardless of insurance status.
You may request a new patient counseling appointment using the form below, or you may call us at (940) 766-6306. Once you have completed the form and submitted it to us you will be contacted by phone no later than the next scheduled business day.
Due to the current situation with Covid-19, and in order to best care for our existing patients and our employees, Community Healthcare Center is only accepting new patients at its Wichita Falls service sites (including TodayCare) within the following vulnerable populations:
- Under 21 years of age,
- Ages 65 and older, or
- Pregnant women.