Additional Services for Behavioral Health

psychotherapy sessionThese additional behavioral health services at St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute are ancillary services that our clinicians have specialty training and experience in treating. While these services may not necessarily fall into the umbrella of one of our existing larger programs, our experiences staff is trained and equipped to support those in need of treatment for these emotional or mental health issues.We offer expert services for depression, adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), counseling for marriages, families and couples, grief and stress counseling, psychological testing, and more.


Also known as major or minor depressive disorder, depression is a common but serious medical condition that impacts how you feel, think and act. It is also a very treatable condition, at any age. At St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute, we offer treatment for depression through individual psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and interpersonal therapy. Significant depression symptoms may be treated also within the Dialectical Behavior IOP or COARD IOP programs.

Psychiatry Services

Our psychiatrists provide psychiatric evaluations and medication management. SLBMI psychiatrists are compassionate and skilled physicians who understand that you may have questions and concerns about medication as a treatment modality.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

From difficulty in sitting still to acting without thinking, there are several markers that may indicate that you or a loved one is experiencing ADHD. Treatment for ADHD at St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute begins with a comprehensive assessment, and creating an individualized treatment plan to help you achieve your goals.

Grief Counseling

Grief is a complex emotion that may present as a mental, physical, social or emotional reaction. Mental reactions can include anger, guilt, anxiety, sadness and despair. Physical reactions can include sleeping problems, changes in appetite, physical problems or illness. St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute offers grief counseling services in a supportive environment.

Stress Counseling

Chronic stress can increase the risk of diseases like depression, heart disease and a variety of other problems. Sometimes people may need help adjusting to a stress in their life that is more short-term (job-related stress) or other times people need help managing stress related to more chronic, on-going stressors (such as family conflict). Stress counseling services are available at St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute. Contact us to learn more.

Marriage, Family and Couples Counseling

To address issues that impact either a couple or a family, the best approach is two or more people working together to find a solution. Such interventions may be referred to as family therapy, marital counseling or couples therapy. At St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute, we offer counseling options that can help families or couples thrive.

Psychological Testing

Psychological testing is often used to formalize diagnoses of anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, psychotic disorders and autism spectrum disorders. Testing can help create a more comprehensive picture of the individual to assist in developing a treatment plan. Learn more about psychological testing services at St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute here.

Other Behavioral Health Services

St. Louis Behavioral Medicine Institute is proud to offer psychiatric and counseling services. Learn more about these services, including group therapies, here. To schedule a session, or for more information about our psychiatric services, contact us.

We’re Only a Phone Call Away

If you would rather reach our Intake Coordinators by phone, please call 314-289-9411 to discuss appointment scheduling if you or a loved one may be experiencing a mental health issue. For additional questions about our programs, you can also use our online contact form.

In the case of a medical emergency or crisis, please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

Help and hope are closer than you think.

Personalized mental health treatment is ready for you. We are here to help.

Contact Us

New patients please call Intake Coordinators at:

City of St. Louis, Missouri (Macklind)

1129 Macklind Ave,
St. Louis, MO 63110
314-534-0200 (returning patients)

Chesterfield, Missouri (West County)

16216 Baxter Rd. Stes 205 and 225,
Chesterfield, MO 63017
636-532-9188 (returning patients)

Fairview Heights, Illinois

331 Salem Place, Suite 225-A,
Fairview Heights, IL 62208
618-825-0051 (returning patients)