456 North Pitt St.
Mercer, PA  16137
724.662.7202

300 Liberty St.
Franklin, PA 16323
814.437.5770
 
 

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Individual, Couple, & Family Counseling – Our therapists can provide help in many areas including depression, anger management, relaxation skills, grief issues, coping skills, treatment related to abuse issues and improving communication skills. From play therapy to geriatric issues, a PCS therapist can meet your needs.

Psychiatric Evaluations and Medication Management – At PCS, our objective is to focus on recovery and to provide the least restrictive services necessary to increase and maintain functioning. There are times when a combination of counseling and medication management is recommended. PCS offers psychiatric evaluations and medication management of psychotropic medication by our board certified psychiatrist, Dr. Ronald McFadden.

Psychological Evaluations & Testing – Our clinical psychologist provides psychological testing and evaluations.

Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services – (Wraparound) Area children through age 21 can receive services through our BHRS program. BHRS aims to increase positive, socially appropriate behaviors. This service is family and child centered and addresses the child’s behavior where it occurs, in the home, school, or social settings.

Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing Therapy - (EMDR) EMDR is a form of psychotherapy that has been successful in assisting people who suffer from trauma, anxiety, post traumatic stress and other emotional conditions. As difficult feelings and images are processed via eye movement pattern of EMDR, issues are more readily resolved and individuals are able to achieve a more calm and peaceful state of mind. 

Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) - This program is for families who have children ages 2.5 up to 7 years that have behavior problems. It has also been identified as a Best Practice for treatment of child abuse. There are two phases to PCIT: Child-Directed Interaction and Parent-Directed Interaction. During Child-Directed Interaction (CDI) parents learn to use skills such as praise and imitation and are taught to avoid questions and criticism. In Parent-Directed Interaction, the second phase of PCIT, parents are taught to provide clear, direct commands and to provide consistent consequences. 

We are currently accepting new patients. Please contact our office today for additional information or to schedule an appointment. Our Intake Coordinator will be glad to assist you.