The Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic in West Springfield, MA offers professionally trained counselors, psychotherapists, psychiatrists and clinical nurse specialists to help individuals and families overcome emotional and mental challenges – and enjoy a happier, more fulfilling life. The West Springfield Clinic also offers Dialectical Behavior Therapy groups and groups for parents dealing with depression and anxiety as it relates to parenting. Our Clinic has many counselors who specialize in helping children struggling with school performance issues, ADHD, sadness or anxiety and divorce related difficulties among other issues.
Counseling expertise: Depression, anxiety, drug and alcohol issues, couples therapy, divorce mediation, family therapy, trauma treatment including Dialectical Behavior Therapy.
The Center for Human Development (CHD) manages Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinics that offer individual, couples, family, and group counseling to help children and adults. CHD's counselors help with issues such as anxiety, depression, parenting concerns, behavioral challenges, alcohol and substance abuse, relationship issues, physical or sexual abuse, GLBT (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender) issues, and other concerns. Medication management is also available in conjunction with counseling.
- 246 Park St.
- West Springfield, MA 01089
- New clients, referrals and information
- (413) 737-4718
- W. Springfield Clinic
Outpatient Behavioral Health Clinic (West Springfield)
New clients, referrals and information: 1–844–CHD–HELP
246 Park St.
Agency: Center for Human Development
Languages Offered: English, Spanish and Russian
Program Fees: Fee for each parent. A fee waiver may be possible for low-income families. Private insurance also accepted including Blue Cross / Blue Shield, Health New England, Cigna, UBH and many more. Medicaid, Medicare, MassHealth and Tricare. Please call with insurance questions. We can help!
Eligibility: For families and children struggling with divorce and other parent/child issues, as well as those seeking treatment for behavioral, mental health, and substance abuse issues