At Western Wisconsin Health, we help patients improve their overall mental health well-being by integrating behavioral health with our primary care services.
The WW Health Behavioral Health team consists of four psychiatric professionals (two psychiatric nurse practitioners and two psychiatrists), two psychologists, and six behavioral health counselors. Our behavioral health team provides child, adolescent, individual, family, couples, and marital therapy services. Psychologists also perform assessments for a number of potential issues, including Attention Deficit Disorders, learning issues, and Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Behavioral Health Services Include:
- Anger Management
- AODA Assessment
- Attention Deficit Disorders
- Behavioral Issues
- Chronic Pain
- Forensic Psychology
- Grief and loss issues
- Late Life Transitions
- Loss and Bereavement
- Managing Emotions
- Medication Management
- Nursing Home Visits
- Parenting/Family and School Issues
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
- Sexual, Physical, and Emotional Abuse
- Stress Management
We work collaboratively with other behavioral health resources in the area. Click here to download the Guide to Mental Health Resources.