Did you know that 1 in 5 youths experience a mental health concern each year? Early diagnosis and treatment can make a lifelong difference.


Outpatient Counseling

There are many reasons why families seek outpatient services. Their children may be having behavior problems at school or at home. They may have experienced trauma or loss or family conflicts.

According to the Centers for Disease Control, Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), behavior problems, anxiety and depression are the most commonly diagnosed mental health problems in children.

When children are struggling with these or other problems, Beech Brook’s outpatient therapy can help them get back on track.

Outpatient services are available for children up to age 18, as well as for their parents, if they choose.

When a child is referred to Beech Brook, our therapists will conduct a diagnostic assessment to help determine the best treatment plan, including individual and family therapy and case management services.

Common diagnoses include:

  • Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Mood Disorders
  • Behavior Disorders
  • Anxiety
  • Adjustment Reactions
  • Post-Traumatic Stress

To learn more, contact the Beech Brook Intake Department or call 216.831.2255.


Want to make a referral for Outpatient Services?

Use the link below to submit a referral directly online.

Make a referral

You may also print or email the referral form using the PDF or Microsoft Word Fillable Forms below.

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College Now - Telehealth Mental Health Services for Students in the College Now 2020/2021 Cohort

College is a big adjustment for most students. It's also a tremendous achievement, especially for students in the College Now program! They've taken a big step forward on their journey to success in life.

But even with scholarships, financial aid, advisors and mentors, some students need additional mental health support once they enter post-secondary education. They may be experiencing anxiety, depression and other life stressors that can get in the way of their studies.

That's why College Now has turned to Beech Brook for brief, solution-focused therapy to help students manage those feelings and stay on track.

Beech Brook's telehealth services, including assessment, therapy and case management, are currently available to College Now students in the 2020/2021 Cohort at any Ohio's post-secondary institution. (Students enrolled in out-of-state programs or taking online courses are also eligible but must be physically located in Ohio at the time of the services.)

For more information, contact Amanda Nowak, Beech Brook Assistant Clinical Director.


Want to make a referral for College Now Mental Health Services?

Use the link below to submit a referral directly online.

Make a Referral

You may also print or email the referral form using the PDF or Microsoft Word Fillable Forms below. Once completed, please email these forms to Sam Pitts at spitts@beechbrook.org.

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