Mental Health Services
Testing, Treatment & Counseling in the Seattle area
At Associated Behavioral Health Care (ABHC), we want to help people who are coping with mental health disorders—like depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder—find treatment that is personalized and steeped in evidence-based care. Our skilled team of psychiatrists, mental health therapists and medical experts are proud to provide individual services to those with mental health conditions in the Seattle area, both in-person and through online telehealth.
New in January 2021: Fresh Start Series
Get mental health support from ABHC in a safe, online class setting to kick-start the new year. Classes start in early January and space is limited. Check out the PDF below for more details.
Mental Health Evaluations & Treatment at ABHC
Our wide range of services—from psychological assessments and ADD/ADHD evaluations, to therapy for individuals, married couples and families—focus on finding the service that best suits your needs, and then providing it within a safe and nurturing environment.
Our clinician specialties include:
- Women’s mental health
- Men’s wellness
- Grief and loss
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) through eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR) treatment
- Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT)
- Acculturation difficulties
- Divorce and parenting issues
You’ll also find our team has a wealth of cross-cultural experience. We understand the challenges you may face if you belong to a minority group. We’ll help you achieve your goal of vigorous mental health.
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Our Approach to Mental Health
ABHC takes an integrative approach to mental health assessment and treatment. We are experienced with using dietary, holistic and alternative treatments. We’ll explore these options with you. Our goal is to help you live a medication-free life if possible. We welcome patients with a wide spectrum of diagnoses including:
- Depression (including our ground-breaking TMS therapy)
- Bipolar disorder
- Adjustment disorders
- Personality disorders
- Body image
We also help our clients work through complications caused by these issues, such as:
- Domestic abuse
- Substance abuse
- Anger management
- Tobacco cessation
Beginning Your Journey to Improved Mental Health
The doorway into one of these services is an intake appointment. This is an information gathering session with one of our clinicians—usually the person who will partner with you to reach your goals.
In this first meeting, you and your clinician begin to develop a relationship. He or she will take the time to hear your personal history and current life situations. You’ll share why you were referred and/or chose to come to this appointment. The more forthcoming you are the more accurate the evaluation of your current mental health status. It’s important for your counselor to understand how life circumstances, life experience, and family history affect your personal perspective and your world.
Your Options at ABHC
We offer the following:
- Day and evening appointments
- In-person and online telehealth programs
- Female/male clinicians
- Preferred provider for most insurance plans
- Multiple payment options
Let’s Get Started
Contact one of our four locations in North Seattle, West Seattle, Kent or Bellevue to talk to our mental health experts today, or fill out this contact form for a consultation. We have both in-person and online telehealth programs available, depending on the service you need.
Please have your insurance card and credit card available to confirm the appointment.
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