Behavioral Health Assessments

All services begin with a clinical assessment. One of our experienced, compassionate, and licensed or licensed-eligible staff members meets with you in person or via telehealth to explore your current challenges and needs; and together determine which service(s) and service(s) plan would provide the most effective treatment for you or your child.

Behavioral Health Assessments

All services begin with a clinical assessment. One of our experienced, compassionate, and licensed staff members meets with the client in person or via telehealth to explore their current challenges and needs; and together determine which service(s) and service(s) plan would provide the most effective treatment for the client.

What is a Behavioral Health Assessment? A Behavioral Health Assessment involves a meeting between one of our licensed behavioral health professionals and the client for the purpose of assessing functioning, providing diagnosis and making recommendations related to treatment interventions. Assessments include a comprehensive clinical evaluation that is designed to establish whether an individual meets criteria for a diagnosis or is in need of mental health services – as well as guide treatment planning and monitoring of progress in (as well as adverse reaction to) treatment. Our professionals provide a written report including findings and recommendations, and participate in meetings to develop a treatment plan.

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How often do we meet with clients? Assessments occur at the prior to the start of services and at every anniversary while the client is in service. Assessments include an in person or telehealth clinical interview, which lasts about two hours, followed by a write up of all the necessary documentation.

Where do we meet with clients? Assessments are provided in an office, the client’s home, in the community, or via telehealth.

Eligibility Criteria – Which people can we serve? All potential clients are eligible to receive an assessment.

Exclusions regarding who can be served? There are no exclusions for assessments.

Accepted Methods of Payment

  • Self-Pay
  • Virginia Medicaid
  • Children’s Services Act (CSA) - Fairfax-Falls Church and Rappahannock

General Questions

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