Mercy Family Counseling
When you have concerns.
Mercy Family Counseling provides services that address a wide range of individual, couple and family issues. Families who have concerns about their children's behavioral, emotional, or adjustment problems, attention or learning difficulties may seek help at Mercy Family Counseling. Marital difficulties, anxiety, depression, grief, and family issues are also addressed by the experienced counseling staff. Find helpful articles on these topics and more here.
We are committed to providing accessible evaluation and counseling that is designed to enhance the dignity and individuality of people. As an interdisciplinary team, Mercy Family Counseling will continually strive to add value to the lives of the individuals and families we serve.
Who We Serve
- Families who have concerns about their child’s behavior, emotional, attention or learning difficulties.
- Adults looking to address marital and family difficulties, anxiety, depression, grief and adjustment to illness issues.
- All ages to evaluate and test for personality, learning and neurobehavioral concerns.
When You Should Call Us
Call us whenever you have family or marital concerns, questions about your child’s behavior or simply aren’t sure how to resolve a personal issue.
- No question or concern is too small.
- Your initial meeting will likely be a discussion, a calm sorting-out to determine what intervention is best for the individuals involved.
- We can provide valuable information, resource material, counseling and, when appropriate, referrals.
- Individual counseling
- Family therapy
- Relationship counseling
- Bereavement/Grief counseling
- Behavioral management counseling and parenting classes
- ADHD evaluation and treatment
- Psychological, neurodevelopmental and neurobehavioral testing
- Coordination of medical treatment with family physician
- Play therapy
- Group therapy
- Consultations with other professionals
- Collaboration with schools, physicians and community agencies to assure consistent and cooperative treatment
- 24-hour crisis intervention
Employee Assistance Program
Children’s Behavioral Assessments
Specializing in neurodevelopmental disorders, including attention, learning and behavioral problems.
In addition to the client making an appointment directly with Family Counseling, referrals may be made by physicians, schools, and community agencies. Professional staff includes a child psychiatrist. Learn more about our staff.
Are you looking for access to community resources for help?
For mental health crisis management 24 hours/day, seven days/week, call our Access Line at 319-398-6476 or call the Community Crisis Line at Foundation 2 at 319-362-2174 or 800-332-4224.