How It Works
Receiving mental health services is very beneficial, however, we understand that starting therapy can be a daunting process, but here at BTST Services, we make it easy. Below is our quick and easy process to get you started!
Let's Start a Referral Form
Complete a referral form through our website or call one of our offices and place a referral
Let's Hear About You
A member from our intake team will contact you to ask a few questions and gather some brief background information to best connect you with a therapist who meets your needs
Let's Start Healing
Once assigned, your therapist will contact you to schedule your appointment and begin services
We are happy to offer multiple option to bring services directly to you. We provide services in person, bringing treatment right to you, and through web-based telehealth services.
This is our traditional model for treatment. In-person provides community-based treatment right within your own home and in your community. For children, this includes visits to your child’s school; however, school visits are only part of the package. Services are most effective when provided in an environment that offers privacy and allows parents and guardians to be present.
Telehealth services are treatment services provided via the Internet. We use secure Zoom accounts to meet with clients. Zoom can be easily accessed from home on the phone, tablet, or computer. Because of confidentiality, every client must be in a private space, with few distractions, so your privacy can be maintained.
Benefits of Therapy
Improved communication skills
Develop better coping skills
Being able to vocalize emotions / feeling and thoughts on things experienced
More peaceful life
There is hope, even when your brain tells you there isn’t.
— John Green
Most Common Mental Diagnosis
58 Million Americans suffer from mental diagnosis. Below are the most common diagnosis
Feelings of sadness, tearfulness, emptiness or hopelessness
Angry outbursts, irritability or frustration, even over small matters
Loss of interest or pleasure in most or all normal activities, such as sex, hobbies or sports
Sleep disturbances, including insomnia or sleeping too much
A churning feeling in your stomach
Feeling light-headed or dizzy
Pins and needles
Feeling restless or unable to sit still
Headaches, backache or other aches and pains
Feeling sad, hopeless or irritable most of the time.
Difficulty concentrating and remembering things.
Loss of interest in everyday activities.