Cumberland Healthcare is pleased to offer a comfortable and relaxing environment where kids and adults receive assistance for a variety of behavioral health concerns. Our dedicated professionals are firmly grounded in effective therapy practices and strive to provide our clients with the highest quality of care. We offer a broad range of counseling services for a variety of concerns, including depression, anxiety, relationship and family concerns and grief and loss.
Mental or emotional health refers to your overall psychological well-being. It includes the way you feel about yourself, the quality of your relationships and your ability to cope with feelings and deal with difficulties that arise in your life. Good mental health isn’t just the absence of problems, such as depression or anxiety; it also focuses on your ability to cope with life’s challenges and stresses by finding joy and meaning in life.
What is Counseling and How Does it Work?
You don’t have to struggle through difficult times alone. Anyone can suffer from emotional health problems, and over a lifetime most of us will. Counseling is the process of resolving emotional and relational issues by talking with a professional trained to help people. The method of change begins by first clearly defining the problem and then developing a plan with your counselor to start addressing these needs. Counseling may involve discussing your thoughts and feelings, increasing your understanding of yourself and others and developing new skills to improve your quality of life.
Cumberland Healthcare is pleased to offer comprehensive behavioral health services with Karl Ader, LPC/Counselor, at two locations, Cumberland and Turtle Lake. For more information, or to make an appointment, call (715) 822-7530.
Cumberland Healthcare also offers psychiatric mental health nursing with the addition of Jay Jevne, PMHNP-BC to our staff. Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners apply the nursing process to assess, diagnose, and treat individuals or families with psychiatric disorders and identify risk factors for such disorders. They also contribute to policy development, quality improvement, practice evaluation, and healthcare reform. Psychiatric nurse practitioners can and do provide psychotherapy, in addition to managing the medical side of psychiatric illnesses. They may also offer advice and support to people and their families just as a psychiatrist or other medical doctor might.
Areas of expertise are:
- Inpatient psychiatric care
- Prevention & management of disruptive behavior
- Communication & conflict resolution
- PTSD and Veteran population
- Safety planning
- Medication & treatment planning
- Interdisciplinary collaboration
Jay Jevne, PMHNP-BC, manages patient care in a clinical setting. To further inquiry or schedule an appointment, call 715-822-7500.