This service is for adults experiencing emotional problems or disorders (e.g., anxiety, depression, stress) and/or individuals wishing to reduce their drinking and/or abstain from alcohol or other drugs. We also support individuals already working recovery programs who wish additional individual therapy for co-occurring problems. Empirically-supported short-term treatments are emphasized. We will work with your physician or refer you to a medical provider if you are interested in an evaluation for mediations as well as therapy.
This service provides comprehensive LD/ADHD assessments primarily for ECU students referred from ECU Disabilities Support/Student Health Services. The evaluation involves an extensive interview(s), completing 3-4 testing sessions, and receiving feedback/recommendations.
This service is for children, adolescents, adults or families struggling with weight management and interested in engaging in a lifestyle change, not diet, program. This evidence-based treatment focuses on making small, non-restrictive lifestyle changes relative to individual's baseline patterns that result in maintained weight loss, along with addressing thoughts, behaviors, and emotional factors that contribute to weight gain and create barriers to effectively lose weight. This program is approved for NCFlex reimbursement.
This service provides an evidence-based treatment to help individuals quit (or decrease) smoking/tobacco use while managing their weight. In the program, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is offered in conjunction with nicotine replacement therapy, which research has shown to be the most effective combination. A weight gain prevention component is also incorporated. This program is approved for NCFlex reimbursement.
This program is also offered in groups or on an individual basis, depending on therapist availability.
The Pediatric Specialty Service provides service to children, adolescents, and their families for a wide range of issues at home and school. These services would include: Adherence with medical treatment, anxiety and depression, chronic pain (migraine, abdominal pain), development disabilities (autism, intellectual disabilities), oppositional, defiant, aggressive behaviors, sleep problems (bedtime resistance, nighttime awakening, etc.), and habit disorders. This service also provides comprehensive, psycho-educational evaluation and school/family consultation services for school-age children and adolescents who present with problems such as inattention, hyperactivity, impulsivity, and academic underachievement.
This service is for adults who feel depressed or down most of the time, or who don’t feel like they are enjoying things like they want to. Our empirically-supported treatment first helps people to identify what they want to get out of their lives. Then, we identify achievable goals that, added together, reduce depression and increase engagement and happiness. Treatment typically takes 10-12 weeks.
We provide individual and couples therapy on a sliding fee scale to women experiencing a number of mental health issues including: Depression, anxiety, and PTSD; Adjustment to significant life stressors; Coping with stressful or difficult relationships; Coping with issues surrounding miscarriage, infertility, and fetal loss; and Coping with chronic pain and chronic health issues.
Appointments and information: (252) 737-4180. Fax: (252) 737-4166
If you would like us to contact you please e-mail us at
firstname.lastname@example.org with your phone number and the best times to reach you. Please call the clinic directly for scheduling and additional information.
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