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Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services

Improving Lives Counseling Services has been a provider of Behavioral Health Services throughout Tulsa and the surrounding Oklahoma areas. Our certified and experienced counselors have helped hundreds of children and families with a variety of behavioral and emotional problems including such things as Attention Deficit Disorder, Autism, Depression Anxiety or Oppositional Defiant Disorder.

For Example:

Does your child have serious behavioral or emotional problem that gets in the way of day-to-day functioning with family, friends, school, or community?

Does your child or adolescent display emotional or behavioral problems such as poor anger management or trouble getting along with their peers?

Does your child act out at daycare or in a classroom making it difficult to learn?

Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services at Improving Lives Counseling Services are designed to provide support and treatment for clients ages 6 and older and their families who are experiencing difficulties in their daily lives. These services are “wrapped around” the children and families in their natural environments, whether it be at home, daycare, school or in their community.

Supports such as family and friends, community leaders, coaches, teachers, etc. are identified and are encouraged to participate in this supportive process. Each child and family is involved in the development of a unique treatment plan based on the strengths and needs of those involved. The goal of the services is to help children and families experience success while maintaining children in their natural environments, therefore eliminating the need for unnecessary or more restrictive placements.

Our caring counselors and therapists strive to educate and empower children and families by promoting independence and resources so that they are more equipped to make important decisions regarding the overall well being of their families.

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