Intensive services are coordinated around the work, home, and the community.  Therapists work directly with individuals within the family toward effective and efficient resolution to maximize participant satisfaction with services.

Mental health services

Individual Counseling is scheduled by the clinical staff for a time that fits your schedule and the therapist’s.   These services are provided in the clinic for adults but can be arranged in the school, home, or community setting in special circumstances.

Group Counseling is the most economical and productive method to deliver services to people of like-kind diagnoses. The sharing of similar issues promotes discussion and understanding of the problems and issues.  Cornerstone conducts group sessions in our clinic for many different issues including but not limited to the following:

  • Anger
  • PTSD
  • Grief/Loss
  • Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Behavioral issues

Family Counseling involves family members meeting with their counselor to address issues such as poor communication, discipline, sibling rivalry, divorce, separation, and blended family issues.

Psychosocial Rehabilitation services are designed to meet the need of the client.  These can include systems to develop coping skills, social skills, anger management issues, and parenting skills.

Case Management services are designed to help individuals manage and arrange for issues of both a direct and indirect nature.  These could include assistance in making appointments for services and goods.

Outpatient Substance Abuse Services in provided in our clinics as both group and individual sessions and designed to continue support for individuals who have completed a residential program or chose outpatient services over residential treatment.

Medication Management is provided to the clients of Cornerstone whose diagnosis is treatable through the use of prescription drugs.  Our Med Clinic is offered twice each month and based out of our Lawton Clinic.