Siouxland Mental Health - Therapy Services


Siouxland Mental Health Center offers a wide range of outpatient therapy services.  Our therapists are all licensed master’s level therapists (LISW, LMSW, or LMHC). 

We offer treatment for adults, adolescents, children, families, couples, and specialty groups.  Common mental illnesses or problems treated at SMHC include ADHD, Depression, Anxiety, Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, PTSD, OCD, Suicide Risk, Self-Harm, Psychosis, Substance Abuse, Trauma, Abuse, Neglect, Family Problems, Behavioral Problems, and Violence. 

Intake Appointments

If you are interested in receiving therapy services at Siouxland Mental Health Center, please contact us at (712) 252-3871 and ask how to schedule a therapy intake.

We offer a wide variety of evidence-based, client-centered therapy that includes but is not limited to:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

    CBT is a type of therapy that helps clients understand that our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are connected and influence each other.  By changing the way we think about a certain situation, we are able to change our feelings and behaviors.

  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)

    DBT is a form of cognitive behavioral therapy that is specifically designed to help individuals with problems related to chronic suicidality and self-harm.  This form of therapy is well known for clients with Borderline Personality Disorder but works well for other problems as well.

  • Substance Abuse Counseling

    Substance abuse counseling is designed to help people move from active addiction to recovery.  At SMHC, we take a dual recovery approach to addictions, mindful of the role that mental illness plays in addiction and recovery. 

  • Denial Management Counseling (DMC)

    DMC is designed to use with clients who are unaware of their problems or may be in denial of their problems. DMC helps the clients recognize their denial patterns and work through them in order to take steps towards recovery from addiction as well as other problems.

  • Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

    TF-CBT is a form of therapy used to help adolescents and children work through the trauma(s) that they have experienced.  The therapist helps the child with his/her thoughts, emotions, relaxing exercises, and coping skills prior to working directly with the trauma.  Children and parents learn new skills to help them process their thoughts and feelings related to the trauma.

  • Integrative Treatment of Complex Trauma for Adolescents and Children (ITCT)

    ITCT is also a form of therapy that helps adolescents and children work through traumatic experiences.  ITCT is an assessment driven treatment that addresses complex trauma by utilizing a variety treatment strategies.

  • Art Therapy

    Art therapy uses the creative process combined with therapeutic techniques to help clients resolve conflicts.  Art therapy is available to clients of all ages.

  • Play Therapy

    In Play Therapy we use the therapeutic powers of play to help clients prevent or resolve psychosocial difficulties and achieve optimal growth and development.

  • Parent Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)

    PCIT is an evidence-based therapy approach for children, ages 2 to 7.


  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Group (DBT)

    DBT Group is designed to treat individuals with chronic suicidality, self-harm, or other self-destructive behaviors.

  • Voices and Visions Support Group

    This group is designed for people who experience troublesome voices, visions, or sensations due to a mental illness.  This group meets every week to provide support by sharing experiences.

  • Parent Education Group for Parents of Children Exposed to Trauma

    This group is designed to help parents of children who have experienced trauma.

  • Behavioral Health Intervention Services (BHIS)

    BHIS is an in-home service designed to help improve the skills of children to address problems associated with mental health issues.  BHIS Specialists also help parents learn more effective parenting skills.  Skills that are often the focus of BHIS include but are not limited to conflict resolution, problem-solving, social skills, interpersonal relationship skills, communication skills, identifying feelings, emotion regulation, and cognitive flexibility.