Counseling Care and Services

There are many hurting people in the world.

There is no need to suffer in silence or endure a life that is not the best it can be.

We are so glad you have found Christian Family Solutions. We are the resource many people turn to for healing, help, and hope. We meet each client with compassion and excellent clinical care, regardless of church affiliation or religious background.

Many of our clients choose CFS because they desire to have their care guided by principles and values of the Christian faith. Our providers are skilled in providing the best-available mental health care techniques, evidence-based, blended with faith principles. This approach will be discussed with you in your treatment plan.  

You may wonder what counseling care and services cost or how to pay for services. Learn more about paying for services here, or talk with our helpful intake team when you call to request an appointment at 800-438-1772. We’ll be happy to answer your questions and walk you through the process.

We’re committed to excellent outcomes that impact lives.

Learn more about outcomes data here, and read some of our impact stories here.

We invite you to learn more about our unique approach and experience the excellence of counseling care and services at Christian Family Solutions. Explore our various levels of care below.

What issues do we address?

  • Anxiety and depression
  • Stress and adjustment disorders
  • Marriage, parenting and family concerns
  • Grief and loss
  • Addictions and their underlying mental health issues
  • Trauma and abuse
  • Other emotional and mental health disorders. Please inquire about your specific situation. 

EXPLORE OUR LEVELS OF CARE

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Outpatient Counseling
In-person counseling sessions at one of our clinics or telehealth for those who find it difficult to travel. We’ll walk you through the intake process and match you with one of our experienced counselors.

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Adult Intensive Outpatient Programs
An IOP is a higher level of care for those with more acute cases of anxiety, depression, and other mental health disorders. IOPs provide the treatment and support you need to so you can return to your daily activities with fewer symptoms.

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Child & Adolescent Day Treatment
Our STRONG Day Treatment Program has successfully treated hundreds of children ages 4-14 who are struggling with high levels of anxiety, depression, or the effects of trauma. Services are provided at The STRONG MILWAUKEE Center.

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Intensive Treatment for Teens
ARMOR Day Treatment for Teens offers clinically proven and effective treatment for teens to successfully manage escalating symptoms of depression, anxiety, trauma, or other mental health conditions.

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Wellness and Skills Groups
Skills groups provide adults and teens with tools to cope effectively in various life situations. Groups are a safe and structured setting to practice skills.

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Psychiatry and Medication Services
We offer medication management services via secure video and in person at select locations.

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The right level of care for your situation.

Mental health care is a continuum of care. Many people benefit from outpatient counseling, which is typically 1-2 times per week visit with an outpatient counselor.

Some people need a higher “dose” of care than traditional outpatient counseling can provide. When that happens, our Intensive Outpatient and Day Treatment programs provide a higher level of care. Clients can continue with their outpatient counselor and add these programs to receive more intensive treatment and feel better, faster.

The appropriate level of care is determined either during your intake process or through a diagnostic assessment (DA). DAs are typically completed by your outpatient counselor or by the medical or mental health professional who refers you to our higher levels of care.

AN INTRODUCTION TO COUNSELING CARE & SERVICES AT CHRISTIAN FAMILY SOLUTIONS

What makes Christian Family Solutions unique?

Quality Care:
We specialize in evidence-based treatment, integrated with Christian faith principles as desired by the client. Research has shown that quality mental health treatment integrated with an individual’s faith yields excellent, longer-lasting outcomes.

Collaborative Care:
We work with referring clinicians, medical professionals, and pastors to coordinate the best treatment plan for the client.

Compassionate Care:
We support and care for those who are most vulnerable in our society, removing barriers to care.

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