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All State CMHC helps your LOVED ONES
achieve OPTIMAL LEVELS OF WELL BEING
through compassionate, innovative and effective
behavioral and emotional health services
All State CMHC proudly serves the unique needs of a diverse group of individuals of all ages and walks of life.
Our highly-qualified team of professionals strives to provide effective, compassionate and comprehensive care to those we serve.
Our philosophy is to develop meaningful relationships
to facilitate sustainable and essential change in the
behavior and lives of our clients.
In our quest to help treat and prevent emotional health issues, we treat your loved ones like family.
Receive treatment at our offices
or in your own home
No treatment plan is the same, we
design one specifically for your needs
Our diverse network of professionals
will help maintain better emotional
health for life
All State offers a broad range of treatments and therapies remotely in our comprehensive telehealth program, through which our medical staff delivers services electronically.
All State offers a wide variety of psycho-therapeutic interventions, ranging from more traditional group and cognitive-behavioral therapy to modern therapeutic approaches.
We offer family therpay, addiction specific therapy aimed at treating a range of mental health disorders.
All State has partnered with
MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
across South Florida
TREATMENT and TESTIMONIES
TRUSTED BY PROFESSIONALS
SERVICES we OFFER
OUR STAFF IS AVAILABLE TO ASSIST YOU 24/7 TO:
1- Individual/Group Therapy
2- Marital/Family Counseling
3- Psychosocial Rehabilitation
4- Child Therapy
6- Medication Management
7- Assessments, Screening and Referrals
8- Case Management Services
9- Clubhouse services
10- Community Outreach
• Resolve any sudden conflict affecting the individual or family in our care.
• Coping with sudden adjustment issues, changes or losses.
• Mood stabilization.
GROUP THERAPY SERVICES
The groud therapy program has multiple purposes, including:
• To provide an intense and structured level of care, in an outpatient setting, to prevent the need for hospitalization.
• To help the physicians or health care providers in managing patients with increasing symptoms or marked functional decline.
• To assist patients being discharged from an impatient setting, ensuring continuity of care and an appropriate re-integration into the community.
• To help individuals who suffer from a disability, any type of impairment or disorder in their mental health to attain their highest level of independence within their community.
Mental health services are provided at our community mental health center. The services may also be provided at an Enrollee´s Home or school. We offer outpatient services to those who are dealing with:
3- Bipolar Disorder
5- Grief Loss
6- Family Conflict/Relationship Issues
7- School/Work Problems
9- Eating Disorder
10- Positive Parenting
INDIVIDUALIZED SERVICES PROVIDED
Our clinical staff consists of Licensed Mental Health Professional who have advanced training in areas of expertise to better suit our client´s needs.
• Self Pay
• Private Insurance
Referrals to any of our programs can be made by health care professionals, individuals, concerned family members, employers or any other individual concerned about the person´s mental health. All State Community Mental Health Center LLC is dedicated on making a difference by educating those with/around mental illnesses with the best tools available in the field.
People often lose motivation and settle for less than they are capable of doing because they see no way out.
Worries and concerns can compromise a person's ability to live their daily life.
Some people may be unable to manage pressure and emotional outbursts.
Clients gain perspective
and look forward to living
their best lives.
Clients learn to cope and
gain a sense of relief.
Clients learn to manage their emotions and be happier in everyday situations.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHY DO PEOPLE
People come into therapy for many reasons. Some need to respond to unexpected changes in their life, while others seek self-exploration and personal growth. When coping skills are overwhelmed by guilt, doubt, anxiety, or despair, therapy can help. Therapy can provide support, problemsolving skills, and enhanced coping for issues such as depression, anxiety, lack of confidence, relationship troubles, unresolved childhood issues, bereavement, spiritual conflicts, stress management, body image issues, and creative blochs. People seeking psycho-therapy are willing to take responsibility for their actions, work towards selfchange and create greater awareness in their lives.
WHAT BENEFITS CAN I EXPECT FROM WORKING WITH A THERAPIST?
A number of benefits are available from participating in psychotherapy. Often it is helpful just to know that someone understands. Theraphy can provide a fresh perspective on a difficult problem or point you in the direction of a solution. Many people find therapy to be a tremendous asset to managing personal growth, inter-personal relationships, family concerns, and the hassles of daily life. The benefits you obtain from therapy depend on hew well you use the process and put into practice what you learn.
IF I CALL FOR HELP, DOES IT MEAN THERE IS SOMETHING WRONG WITH ME?
Going to therapy is, in fact, an indication of emotional maturity, an indication that a person can accept that he or she needs the help of guidance of another and is willing to do what is necessary to take care of himself /herself. The reality is that the majority of people in therapy are ordinary, everyday people dealing with everyday problems. Adjusting to major life changes, experiencing grief, processing anger, improving relationships, working on self-esteem, and addressing core beliefs about one´s body image are all examples of common issues wich bring people to therapy.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A PSYCHIATRIST,
PSYCHOLOGIST AND LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER?
All of the above practitioners provide mental health counseling and psychotherapy; the differences lie only in the type and length of training and whether they can prescribe medications. A Psychiatric is a Medical Doctor, they are qualified to order diagnostic laboratory tests and to prescribe medications, evaluate and treat psychological and interpersonal problems. Clinical Psychologists have graduate and doctorate degrees with special training in mental health assessment. Clinical Social Workers have obtained a Master of Social Work degree and often seen as patient advocate as they can help people´navigate the system´. LCSW are not able to prescribe medication for treatment.