Psychiatric and Behavioral Health services provide assessments, diagnosis, treatment and medications (based on need). These services are individual, group and family counseling (ages 3+). The counseling staff consults with prescribing psychiatric staff regarding medication monitoring and case management. Other consultations and coordinated services with other PHC departments/staff may be done to provide optimal quality care.
Psychiatric & Behavioral Health Services Include:
- Individual, couple, and family therapy
- Assessments, diagnosis, treatment
- Counseling for acute and chronic illness
- Consultation with psychiatric staff in medication monitoring and case management.
- Collaboration/case management with other disciplines.
- Individualized treatment plans
Psychiatrist, Licensed Mental Health Counselors, and Licensed Social Workers and support staff.
Jessica CaraballoI worked as a case manager for adults with developmental disabilities for five years in the Boston area. Part of my job was taking my clients to their counseling and psychiatry appointments and collaborating with their providers. This experience motivated me to go back to school to receive my master’s degree to become a counselor. I believe we are all a work in progress and that everyone can benefit from counseling at some point in their life, given the many stages we go through. I have a passion to help others realize their strengths and recognize what motivates them to make changes that will result in living healthy and fulfilling lives.
Personal Interests: Sunbathing in the hot sun near a tropical ocean with a slight breeze, Ethnic cuisines, Sports, Gameshows/Competitions, Family trips, Church/Ministry/Missions Trips.
Dr. Tiffany PressleyDr. Tiffany R. Pressley received her Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) with specialization as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) at the University of South Alabama in July 2017. She has practiced as a PMHNP in the United States Air Force, serving active duty service members, their dependents, and veterans in an outpatient mental health clinic. Dr. Pressley has experience with child and adolescent populations, Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment (ADAPT), rural populations, and utilization of telemedicine platforms.
Barbara E. WhippleAfter a time working in higher education, I began my journey into mental health working with hispanic elders who were never diagnosed properly. This lead me to get my Masters in Mental Health, to work with at-risk children, and to recognize their unique challenges. My hope with all my clients is to support them in their soul journey and to make a difference in each of their lives.
Personal Interests: Homesteading-I have mother/daughter Jersey cows, chickens and vegetable gardens. Cooking, being in nature, travel.