Most children and adolescents pass through their different developmental stages without significant problems. However, for some young people, one or more phases of the transition to adulthood can be difficult. When this occurs, it can lead to behaviors that may disrupt or threaten the child’s mental stability, thus requiring the support of professionals. Through our experience we have found that the best approach is collaborative care. Our cognitive behavior therapy program reflects this philosophy by having our staff and family working closely together. A confidential consultation with our team may be helpful if your child has experienced any of the following problems:
The most frequent diagnoses are mood disorders, psychotic disorders, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorders (ADHD). Patients are provided positive reinforcement in the form of praise, group support and rewards for appropriate behaviors.
Mood and anxiety disorders come in many forms—and even then, no two patients are alike. At Osana MHCS we treat men and women with all forms of anxiety and mood disorders, including:
No matter which disorder you suffer from, you’ll have a team of experts working collaboratively to provide you the customized care that you deserve and gives you the best possible chance for recovery.
Osana MHCS offers hope to seniors who are going through mental health difficulties. Our services provide a thorough assessment of each patient’s medical condition. Our team's focuses on treating the primary psychiatric diagnoses, by way of individualized treatment plans. During the course of treatment, we collaborate with the primary care physician. The Osana team is equipped in providing support to the mental health needs specific to older adults.
Treatment focuses on management of symptoms and stabilizing the individual. Through an integrated collaboration with specialized professionals– including psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, social workers, therapists and dietitians; we help identify each patient’s mental health needs and in return, we develop coping strategies. Symptoms of behavioral health problems may include: