Children’s mental health counseling services help a child improve skills, behaviors, manage emotions and learn to deal with life or personal problems. Counseling is provided by a licensed counselor or therapist. Service includes support to identify and achieve goals. Counseling can be provided in an individual, family or group setting. Counseling services will use conversations, activities or games to work on personal, family and situational problems.
Counseling can improve individual and family communication, relationships or the ability to overcome problems. It can also address depression or anxiety and the effects of painful life experiences.
Our comprehensive team of therapists is committed to providing evidence-based services with a child-centered focus. Each department is filled with highly trained and dedicated professionals. We mindfully evaluate, thoughtfully interpret, and carefully develop a personalized plan of care for your child. It is the mission of SAMHC to empower and support children and their families to live their best lives.
National statistics show that one out of four children will have a mental illness during childhood. Children diagnosed and treated are more likely to succeed at home and in the community.
These services are based upon the child’s strengths, needs and preferences. The benefits include:
Reduction of mental health symptoms
Development of new communication skills
Development of new ways to manage emotions
Development of new ways to relax and create
Improved social functioning at home and the community
Services that fit into the child’s and family’s schedule
Services provided where the child and family live
Family Therapy Services helps lots of patients a year develop healthy coping skills, find their strengths, and improve their relationships. We treat individuals and families who are experiencing a wide variety of issues including relationship problems, anxiety and depression, substance dependency, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, schizophrenia, or other mental illness. Our therapists specialize in medical conditions (adjusting to life with new or chronic medical concerns), parenting concerns, divorce/custody conflicts, family caregiving, grief/loss, and partner violence.
Children’s Mental Health serves children 0 to 18 with a mental health diagnosis who:
reside in Spartanburg, Cherokee and Union counties
would benefit from counseling services as determined by a mental health professional
are at risk of having to move away from their home or school
250 Dewey Ave, Spartanburg, SC
Phone : +1 864 585 0366
125 E. Robinson St. Gaffney, SC
Phone : +1 864 487 2710
130 Med. Sciences Dr. Union, SC
Phone : +1 864 427 1224
Immediate Emergency Assistance
SAMHC Crisis Hotline
CCRI Access Line