services provided

As a community-based outpatient organization, we strive to provide veterans with quality therapeutic structure, process, content, and successful outcomes. Master-level clinicians are supervised by a limited licenseDoctor of Psychology. Our empathic clinicians provide a supportive environment for Veterans and their families to accomplish goals. The scope, duration, and frequency of services provided are individualized and veteran-centered. Our treatment extends beyond traditional talk therapies of cognitive-behavioral (CBT) or dialectical behavioral (DBT) approaches. Unique to our program is the family component. Costs for services may be covered by grant funding. 

 For MilitaryVeteran

  • Risk of suicide assessment (referral as needed)
  • Structured clinical consultation to assess strengths and needs
  • Psychological testing (as needed)
  • Person-centered treatment goals and objectives based on hopes and dreams
  • Substance abuse counseling referral
  • Individual and family therapy
  • Specialized therapies for post-traumatic stress
  • Group therapy with fellow veterans
  • A 5-session family education and support program for service members and veterans who returned from combat 
  • Educational workshops (e.g. making a structured civilian life)
  • Anger management skills development 
  • Referrals to provisions needed through our flagship organization, No Veteran Left Behind
  • Military crisis line (24/7) (800-273-8255, press 1)
  • Animal-assisted therapy 
  • Options discussed for improved well-being (e.g. Pets for Vets)

 For Family Members of MilitaryVeteran

  • Risk of suicide assessment (referral as needed)
  • Structured clinical consultation to assess strengths and needs
  • Individual and family therapy
  • Group therapy with other spouses of veterans
  • Group therapy with other children of veterans
  • A 5-session family education and support program for service members and veterans who returned from combat
  • An 18-session family education program for people who care about someone living with mental illness or PTSD
  • A family member's guide to coping with traumatic brain injury (TBI) 
  • Coping skills development 
  • Specialized therapies for post-traumatic stress
  • Buddy program for children of veterans
  • Art and play therapy for children of veterans

 Confidentiality

We maintain clinical record files that are secured through LifeLock. In most situations, Unified Mind Body, LLC can release information about your treatment to others only if you sign a written authorization form for each release. However, we are mandated reporters and are required by law to disclose information to authorities if:

  • a client is likely to seriously harm him/herself 
  • there is a clear risk that a client plans to seriously harm another person
  • abuse of a child or senior citizen has taken place
  • a court orders or subpoenas disclosure of information


 HIPAA law and Patient Rights

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is a federal law that affects your privacy rights. This law regulates the use and disclosure of your Protected Health Information (PHI) for the purpose of treatment, payment, and health care operations. HIPAA requires that we give you a Notice of Privacy Practices (the Notice). You will receive this notice at your first visit. You have the right to express your concerns or grievances and have those concerns investigated within a reasonable time-frame through the Recipient Rights process.