Our services include the following:
- Psychiatric services
- Individual counseling
- Family counseling
- Marriage counseling
- School-based counseling
- Play therapy
- Group therapy
- Parent-Child Interaction Therapy
- Specialty counseling
Therapists in Mercy Mental Health Services are responsible for the coordination and provision of counseling services for clients and their families. These responsibilities include:
- Participating in provider treatment team decision-making regarding other treatment needs and modalities
- Providing consultation to other providers and staff
- Assisting clients in gaining access to other treatment services as needed
Our Psychiatric Services were developed to enhance the quality of excellence in assessment, diagnosis, medication administration, evaluation and professional education to our patients. Mercy employs a board-certified psychiatrist and psychiatric nurse practitioners who work with the rest of the Mental Health Services team, as well our primary care providers, to provide a quality team approach to mental health services.
Mercy School-Based Therapeutic services provides onsite clinical therapy schools within Franklin Special School District and Marshall County Schools.. Our approach is unique and integrative, as we provide therapy onsite during your child’s school day.
Mental Health is an important part of our Integrated Health Model. Integrated care acknowledges the relationship between physical health and mental health and works to provide same-day services that treat the whole person. At Mercy, patients are given the opportunity to receive both medical and behavioral health care from a single point of service to assist clients with needs ranging from management of diabetes symptoms to coping with anxiety.