At KSB, we know that obstacles and challenges are a part of our everyday life and our providers are here to help reduce stress often associated with life’s challenging times.
At KSB, our Behavioral Health team strives to provide clients with a comfortable, non-judgmental atmosphere. Persons who receive care from our behavioral health providers are treated with confidentiality, respect, dignity, and sensitivity. Our team of professionals is committed to promoting wellness, helping individuals to function at their highest level, and improve their quality of life.
Mental Health Services
KSB’s outpatient team consists of psychiatrists, psychologists and licensed clinical social workers. Our mental health providers will conduct a thorough evaluation to help determine what is causing your distress, and how best we can help.
We offer extensive behavioral healthcare services, in both inpatient and outpatient settings and treat individuals of many age groups including adults, adolescents, and children six years of age and older.
Our team provides support for a variety of mental health illnesses, including:
- ADHD – Behavior Issues
- Adult ADHD
- Autism Spectrum
- Relationship Issues
- Sexual Assault
KSB is proud to offer the latest technology in Mental Health services. Our telepsychiatry technology allows increased access to mental health services through experienced Psychiatrists.
How Does Telepsychiatry Services Work?
This advanced technology is similar to video conferencing with special attention to confidentiality. You will be in a private room with a computer and video camera, while your psychiatrist will be in a private room off-site with the same type of equipment. You and your psychiatrist will be able to see and speak to one another, as one of our on-site clinical staff members remains in the room to provide support.
How is Telepsychiatry Different Than Seeing a Regular Psychiatrist?
There is very little difference. The only difference is not physically being in the same room together. This technology allows your psychiatrist to have access to your medical record and to make recommendations based on that information. Following your assessment, medications can be recommended and prescribed.