Special Programs

Eating Disorder Treatment
Eating disorders, like addictions, can be life threatening and cause stress to others. They are also treatable. We have therapists who specialize in helping patients with anorexia, bulimia, binge eating or obesity.

Domestic Violence Program
The state of Ohio and Municipal Courts in Lorain County refer to our Anger Management Groups. These groups are designed to assist individuals whose inability to manage their anger has caused problems in their personal lives. Individual, couples’ and family therapy is also available.

Adult Sex Offender Treatment
The Adult Parole Authority, local courts and other community agencies refer to this program which is designed to help offenders take responsibility for their behavior and end the destructive cycle of abuse. The individual is assessed before placement in group and can obtain additional individual, couples’ and family therapy if it is needed. Groups meet weekly for approximately one and a half years.

Critical Incident Debriefing
Crisis services are offered to businesses on an emergency basis. Emergencies include critical situations such as: Bank robberies, death of an employee, or adjusting to a major lay-off.

Employee Assistance Program
We have experience providing assessment and referral services to employers who refer employees voluntarily or by mandatory referral.

Safety Service Personnel Evaluation
The Lorain County Sheriff’s Department and the cities of Lorain, Elyria, North Ridgeville and Sheffield Village refer newly hired police, dispatchers, firefighters and correction officers for screening evaluations. Fitness-for-Duty evaluations are also performed at the request of local law enforcement agencies.

As we continue to cope with the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic Psych and Psych Services is open for business and accepting new clients. Whether you are new to Psych and Psych Services, or an existing client, call us at 440-323-5121 to set up an appointment with one of our therapists. Many of our therapists are now offering face-to-face sessions (use of a mask is required by our therapists and strongly encouraged by our clients).  Please ask the receptionist if the therapist you wish to see is currently offering face-to-face sessions.  All therapists are also offering counseling services by telephone and some offer video sessions via “Zoom”. Please ask the receptionist for details if you are wanting to obtain an assessment for placement in one of our Chemical Dependency Program groups.