Outpatient Services are designed to provide therapeutic interventions to individuals who need to address emotional, behavioral and psychological concerns. The focus of outpatient therapy is to improve an individual’s well-being and functioning. This can be achieved in many different ways and the personalized interventions may take the form of individual, couple, group or family sessions.
Outpatient therapy is best suited for individuals who have identified difficulties and symptoms that are not severe enough to require hospitalization or residential care. Outpatient therapy can also be used as a step down from more intensive therapy or a recent hospitalization.
We utilize a wide range of treatment approaches that are specifically tailored to meet the needs of the individual or family. Our clinicians utilize a variety of evidence-based approaches that many include, but are not limited to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy, Person Centered Therapy, Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, Existential Therapy and/or Group Therapy. We additionally offer clinicians with training in Play Therapy, which provides an alternative to traditional talk therapy for children and adolescents.
Bright Horizons also offers a wide range of social skills groups. Our social skills program is an integrative psychoeducational program which is designed to focus in on social skills with school-aged children and young adults in a small group setting. We have also recently begun an art therapy group run by a registered art therapist.