Want to make a positive change in your life? Worried about things?
We can help!
Behavioral Health Consultants (BHC) can help with:
- Coping with medical problems
- Stress, Anxiety or Anger
- Changing risky behaviors like tobacco and alcohol use
- Difficult life problems or family problems
- Child behavior problems
- Eating and activity changes for a healthy weight
- Learning and memory problems
- And a variety of other mental health issues
Behavioral Health Services are now available at Community Health Care at the Hilltop Regional Health Center, Eastside Clinic, Lakewood Clinic and Spanaway Clinic.
Appointments can often be on the same day as your medical appointment.
What To Expect When I See The Behavioral Health Consultant
Visits are short – 15 to 25 minutes. The Behavioral Health Consultant will meet with you and focus on the issue that is concerning you and your Primary Care Physician. Together, you will work on a plan to improve the issue.
Often, patients only need to see the Consultant once to learn a new skill or perspective that will lead to positive changes over time. At other times, patients will schedule return appointments to learn more and continue on a positive path.
The Behavioral Health Consultant also provides workshops, classes and group medical services.
Learn more by reading our Behavioral Health Services brochure.
Behavioral Health Services locations and counselors
Marjorie Page, LMFT, provides care at the Eastside Clinic.
Aimee Acebedo, Psychologist, provides care at the Eastside Clinic.
Julia Keller, MA, LMHC, provides care at the Hilltop Regional Health Center.
Rita Szantay, M.Ed, LMHC, CDP provides care at the Lakewood Clinic.
Heather Thelaner, LMFT, provides care at the Spanaway Clinic.