Keystone Mental Health Services
Keystone offers a broad range of mental and behavioral health care, tailored to meet several individual needs. Clients may enter as an assessment/evaluation recipient or treatment recipient only, or combination of both. However, continuity of care necessitates that assessment directs and is tied to treatment planning, and this connection between treatment and on-going assessment is maintained throughout the service encounter of a client.
Services at Keystone
Individual and Family Psychotherapy
From addressing the very complex to more straightforward difficulties, the selected treatment method is specific to the assessed concerns, diagnosis, and strengths of each individual case. Most child clients are also treated in the context of a family systems approach.
Comprehensive Psychological Evaluations
Tailored to the reason for referral, evaluations are designed to address clinical questions, clarify diagnosis, make recommendations, and guide treatment. Evaluations are conducted by experienced licensed, doctoral-level Clinical Psychologists with advanced training in psychological tests and measures.
Mental Health Assessments
Each psychotherapy case begins with a bio-physical-social assessment to direct the Individualized Treatment Plan and Goals of each case. Assessments continues on a quarterly basis to update the Individualized Treatment Plan and Goals.
Mental Health Screenings
Screenings are used to identify the need for further evaluation or treatment, the screening is especially helpful for children entering foster care, when there may be limited information on their prior functioning.
This intervention assists parents with helping their children and families manage identified symptoms or relationships. This may often occur within established family psychotherapy.
Parenting assessments identify parenting strengths and needs, and make recommendations for addressing these needs. Although many are court ordered, these assessments are also available to parents on a voluntary basis.
Psychiatric Medication Management (for established Keystone psychotherapy clients only)
When the Individual Treatment Plan and Goals of psychotherapy identify the need for additional treatment methods of medication to manage mood or behavioral symptoms, our child psychiatrist provides these services within our same offices.
Community and Professional Training and Education
Our clinicians are available to provide regular, on-going consultation to other professionals, and to offer professional training and education as needed or part of a larger conference. Topics may come from the areas of child development, mental health/behavioral health, and professional development.
To schedule an appointment or learn more about our services please call
(314) 533-2229 x223
Questions? Please call our Director of Clinical Programs, Dr. Lizette Smith, (314) 533-2229 x200