Need to understand your child’s behavior or school concerns?
Have you always wondered what would explain troubles managing stress, life transitions, relationships, sleep issues, or career difficulties?
Is it becoming unmanageable to experience one more slight against an aspect of who you are in your multiple intersecting identities?
Doctoral student clinicians at the Center for Behavioral Health at Spalding University offer services designed to meet your individualized needs. Our students are trained and supervised in the most up-to-date strategies to help you be successful in meeting your goals for improving your life. We provide assessment and therapy services with children, couples, adolescents, adults, groups, and families. Outreach and workshop opportunities are also available for groups and organizations (see Community In-Reach tab). We also have the MaeStreet Center housed within the CBH to provide services with clients experiencing race-based stress and trauma (see MaeStreet Center tab for more information).
Topics we talk about with clients who come to us for care are not limited to, but include the following:
Depression and mood-related issues Excessive worry or general anxiety
Obsessive-compulsive disorder Relationship issues and concerns
Social Anxiety Family conflict or divorce
Panic Parenting troubles or concerns
Gender and sexuality questions School difficulties or refusal
Attention and concentration issues Discrimination Experiences
Substance abuse Coping with trauma
Coping with chronic conditions Health and weight management
Problems at work or school Stress management
Disruptive behaviors in children Life transitions
CBH does not offer crisis services or after hours care. If you are having an emergency, please call one of the services listed below or dial 911.
Acute Child Psychiatry Service: (502) 589-8070
Emergency Psychiatric Services: (502) 562-3120