Convenient access to outpatient psychotherapy
The therapists and psychologists at Main Line HealthCare Behavioral Health Services provide compassionate psychotherapy to address your behavioral health needs. Offerings at this practice include psychotherapy and assessments for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Psychotherapy appointments are held either in-person or virtually after the initial visit, while ADHD assessments are available in-person only. Our clinicians are credentialed with most commercial insurance plans and Medicare for psychotherapy. Self-pay is also an option. Assessments for ADHD are available for a self-pay rate only. Our goal is to improve the overall mental health and wellbeing of each patient we serve, and this practice is open to individuals age 14 and older.
We offer behavioral health treatment for conditions including:
- Panic attacks
- Social anxiety
- Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD/ADD)
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)/Trauma
- Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Postpartum depression
- Bipolar disorder
- Stress management
- Grief and loss
- Chronic illness or pain
- Parenting concerns
- Social or relationship difficulties
The providers in this practice do not specialize in forensic psychology. For patients seeking court-ordered or mandated treatment, treatment for anger management issues, evaluations for child custody cases or other concerns relating to the judicial and legal systems, it is recommended to seek out a forensic psychologist or therapist who specializes in court-related issues.
What is psychotherapy?
Psychotherapy―also referred to as talk therapy―is a general term used to describe the process of treating psychological disorders and mental distress.
Our trained experts apply a variety of evidence-based techniques, and establish targeted treatment goals, to help patients find relief from distress, identify solutions to alleviate specific issues and modify behaviors to achieve better outcomes.
One of the most common techniques our therapists and psychologists use is cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). CBT helps individuals to identify and change thinking and behavior patterns that are harmful or ineffective.
Patients participating in outpatient psychotherapy typically attend one session per week, with the total number of visits falling between 12 to 20 sessions, and sometimes as many as 30. Each session runs 40- to 50-minutes in length.
It's important to note that psychotherapists are not licensed to prescribe medication.
Scheduling an appointment
To schedule your initial appointment (which is in-person), call our central scheduling number at 888.227.3898.
- Follow-up appointments will be scheduled directly with your provider.
- Both in-person and virtual care appointments are available for psychotherapy follow-up visits.
Main Line Health MyChart patient portal
MyChart makes it easy for you to schedule appointments, request prescription refills, pay your bills, send messages to your doctor's office when you have non-urgent medical needs, and more—from any device.
Our patient portal offers you personalized, secure online access to your health information and makes it easy for you to:
- Schedule primary care visits
- Request prescription renewals
- Send secure messages to your care team
- Coordinate care for your family
- Pay your medical bills
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The therapists and psychologists in this practice are credentialed with commercial insurance and Medicare. Self-pay is also accepted.
Committed to your overall health and well-being
Main Line Health has long been committed to serving the behavioral health needs of our community, offering comprehensive services that range from professional counseling for mood disorders, to treatment for addiction, to crisis intervention, and so much more.
With in-house psychologists and counselors embedded in several primary care practices, specialized services for women at two wellness centers, inpatient and outpatient treatment centers for substance use disorders and mental health concerns, and an inpatient psychiatric unit, expert human care is close to home.