Mental Health


Outpatient Mental Health Services address mental health symptoms, diagnoses, and associated functional impairments; help manage co-occurring health and substance use conditions that interact with and affect the mental health presentation; and provide support for psychosocial adjustments related to life cycle issues, including: birth and death; trauma; aging; marriage; divorce; parenting; intergenerational conflicts; reintegration challenges for service members and veterans; and adult, child, and family relations.

Individuals who receive Outpatient Mental Health Services that target goal-directed interventions for diagnosable conditions make gains in symptom reduction, improved self-management, and restored or enhanced daily functioning.

B.Y.R.D. House accepts Medicaid and other private insurances


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EMOTIONAL – Coping effectively with life and creating satisfying relationships.

  • Self Awareness & Assertiveness
  • Fear, Anger, Disillusionment
  • Joy, Happiness, Optimism

FINANCIAL – Satisfaction with current and future financial situations.

  • Earning Potential
  • Money Management
  • Debt Load
  • Budget
  • Long Term Planning

SOCIAL – Developing a sense of connection, belonging, and a well developed support system.

  • Community & Status
  • Family & Friends
  • Celebration & Personal Growth
  • Responsible Communication

SPIRITUAL – Expanding our purpose and meaning in life.

  • Self Esteem & Personal Style
  • Culture, Core Values & Beliefs
  • Religion, Faith & Integrity
  • Balance, Hope & Vision

OCCUPATIONAL – Personal satisfaction and enrichment derived from ones work.

  • Job Skills & Position
  • Career Goals
  • Career or Job Transition
  • Job Satisfaction
  • Competencies & Problem Solving

PHYSICAL – Recognizing the need for physical activity, diet, sleep and nutrition.

  • Experience
  • Stamina
  • Exercise, Health, & Self Care
  • Rest & Nutrition
  • Focusing & Self Motivation

INTELLECTUAL – Recognizing creative abilities and finding ways to expand knowledge and skills.

  • Accountability & Reliability
  • Knowledge & Education
  • Experience & Cognitive Skills
  • Ability To Set Goals
  • Reflection & Critical Thinking

ENVIRONMENTAL – Good health by occupying pleasant, stimulating environments that support well being.

  • Diversity and Social Consciousness
  • Personal Impact
  • Awareness of Self & Others
  • Social Responsibility
  • Interdependence & Respect

Download: Therapy Referral Form