Services

PHA provides a variety of services for individuals, families and organizations.  All of their highly trained clinical staff are licensed or are completing postdoctoral residencies in psychology, the final step before licensure.


Services provided certainly include a full range of therapy services for individuals, families and couples, for both short-term and chronic difficulties.  In addition, though, PHA serves as a resource to businesses, churches, family practices, schools and organizations in our community.  This includes psychoeducational services, public speaking, training and consultative services.


Services include such things as the following:

Comprehensive Services for Families:


Video Chat Therapy Sessions

Advances in technology have advanced to the point that PHA can now conduct sessions by means of video chat, as an alternative to missing the session altogether when it is not convenient or possible to come into our office.


Whether you’re traveling, feeling under the weather, or pressed for time and money, we understand that it’s not always easy to get to our office. Now you can get high-quality behavioral health care from the convenience of your home or office, thanks to our “Virtual Behavioral Health” (VBH) capabilities.  For more information, click HERE.


Assessment and Evaluation Services:

  • Psychological evaluations
  • Educational evaluations for children & adolescents
  • Personality assessments
  • Diagnostic clarification
  • Disability evaluations
  • Neurological screenings
  • Vocational planning 
  • Missionary screenings for candidates being considered for missionary work


Consultative Services:

  • School consultation (for teachers, administrators, guidance counselors)
  • Pastoral care consultation (PHA clinicians, free of charge, provide consultation to pastors on matters pertaining to emotional, relational or psychiatric concerns they have for individuals in their congregations, or people that they shepherd or mentor.  This includes general consultation and giving direction for risk management situations)
  • Psychoeducational consultation (including “second opinions” for school evaluations or educational planning)
  • Family practice consultation (for psychiatric or behavioral health-related issues or concerns)
  • Employee Assistance Programs


Workshops and Public Speaking:

  • Inservice training
  • Volunteer training and workshops for churches and youth groups
  • Annual meetings keynote presentations
  • For examples of presentations that have been done in recent years, click HERE


Group Therapies:

  • Social skills and "Friendship" groups for children and teens
  • Parenting classes
  • Support groups for parents and spouses and children of people with emotional or psychiatric problems
  • For more information on some of the groups currently offered at PHA, click HERE.