Outpatient Therapy Services

Outpatient Therapy Services (OPT) are planned interventions intended to help the client achieve and maintain stability, improve their physical, mental and emotional health and cope with or gain control over the symptoms of their illness(es) and the effects of their disabilities. OPT is used to assist clients with problem solving, achieving goals and managing their lives by treating a variety of behavioral health issues. Services may be provided in an individual or family setting.

  • Face-to-Face Visits
  • Telehealth Visits
  • Mental health and/or substance use disorder
  • Behaviors that interfere with daily living, personal relationships, work and school/recreational settings
  • Difficulty solving or managing emotional and behavioral problems
  • Families who need help identifying and resolving emotional, cognitive or maladaptive and behavioral difficulties and need ways to improve and manage functional skills, personal development and to learn better alternatives to utilize improved behaviors, thoughts and emotions
Individual Therapy (IP) is an interpersonal, relational intervention directed towards increasing an individual’s sense of well-being and reducing subjective discomforting experiences. IP may be psychotherapeutic and/or therapeutically supportive in nature. Individual treatment involves planned therapeutic interventions that focus on the enhancement of a beneficiary’s capacity to manage his or her emotions and behaviors through effective decision making, developing and acquiring coping skills. They will also learn to make better choices and decisions regarding co-occurring substance use while achieving personal goals and development of self-confidence and self-esteem.
Family Therapy (FP) will allow clients and families with similar issues to meet face-to-face in a group with a clinician. The group’s focus is to assist the client and family members in resolving emotional difficulties, encourage personal development and determine ways to improve and manage their functioning skills. The group process allows members to offer each other support, share common experiences, identify strategies that have been successful for them and to challenge each other’s behaviors and cognitions. The therapist guides the group to ensure that the process is productive for all members and focuses on identified therapeutic issues.
Outpatient Therapy services

Where We Serve

Founder and President, Clarence Sutton, created CTS through his vision of improving the quality of life for children who have experienced unfortunate situations beyond their control. Clarence’s passion for fostering and restoring a child’s belief in his/her potential has continued to be a motivating factor in the agency's and staff's best practices.