By Lizette Smith, PhD and Jennifer Evans, PsyD There are many different types of psychologists in the U.S. Over 15 types or specialties within psychology include proficiencies such as neuropsychology, social psychology, developmental psychology, forensic and public service psychology, and health psychology–to name a few. Many times, when the public hears the term “psychologist”, they… Read more »
By Lizette J. Smith, PhD. Psychotherapy is a form of treatment for persons experiencing difficulties in daily living. Licensed mental health practitioners, such as psychologists and clinical social workers have been trained to utilize scientifically and research-based procedures to manage these problems. Although many persons think of psychotherapy as “talk therapy”, there are many types… Read more »
At Keystone, our Clinical Social Workers are all fully licensed mental health care practitioners who seek to improve the mental health and well-being of our clients. We meet with children, adults, and families to assess and treat many types of difficulties such as depression, trauma reaction, anxiety, school problems, attention problems, disruptive behaviors, family and relationship problems, loss and grief, and parenting needs.
Mental health is essential to everyone’s overall health and well-being, and mental illnesses are common and treatable. Seeking professional help when self-help efforts to improve your mental health aren’t working is a sign of strength, not weakness.