Mental Health Issues Affect People of All Ages and Backgrounds
1 in 5 individuals experience mental health challenges. It’s not just teens and adults who have difficulty with depression and anxiety. Young children and adolescents face challenges too. They may have mood swings, difficulty paying attention, experience severe anxiety or they may fight with peers or family. No matter who you are, you likely know someone experiencing mental illness, or experience it yourself.
The Uncertainty Can Be Devastating
For those experiencing challenges with mental health, finding the right care can be difficult. Fraser is Minnesota’s largest and most experienced provider of early childhood mental health services. We also offer mental health care to adolescents, teens, adults and families. If you or someone you love is experiencing mental illness, we can help you find answers.
Mental Health Services From Birth Through Adulthood
Our clinicians start with a diagnostic evaluation or assessment. We gather information about the concerns and problems you or your loved one is experiencing. From there, we offer a diagnosis and treatment plan. An individualized treatment plan may include a variety of services:
- Mental Health Evaluations and Assessments
- Fraser Family Consults
- Preschool Mental Health Day Treatment – addresses social, communication and coping skills through intensive group therapy for children ages 2-6 years old.
- Parent-Child Interaction Therapy - improves relationships and teaches parents skills to manage their children’s behavior, for ages 2-6 years.
- Parent Coaching - assists parents in developing skills to help their child, like implementing structure, strategies and behavior management techniques.
- Individual, Group and Family Therapy – focused on social-emotional regulation and education about their mental health diagnosis, for those ages 0-17. Group therapy offers a variety of groups depending on an individual’s diagnosis, for those over 18. Family therapy helps families connect, interact better and resolve conflict through discussion and problem-solving.
- Children’s Mental Health Case Management
- Support groups
- School-based mental health services
- Foster Care and Adoptive Family Support – support for children and families dealing with issues like trauma, attachment development, identity, grief and loss, separation and managing challenging behaviors.
- Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy – teaches coping strategies that improve behavior, well-being and the family dynamic, for children and teens, ages 3-18, who have experienced trauma.
- Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-Up (ABC) – develops mutually responsive interactions and strategies to calm children, for ages 6-48 months.
- Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP) – strengthens the child-parent relationship through family-based therapy that addresses emotional, behavioral, attachment and mental health needs, for 0-6-year-olds.
- Behavioral Health Home
- Mental Health Targeted Case Management
- Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS)
- Adult Mental Health
Fraser Mental Health Locations
Along with our partnerships with area schools, Fraser offers mental services at our clinics in the Twin Cities Metro area:
Call today to make an appointment: 612-767-7222