Lincoln Prairie Behavioral Health Center provides outpatient behavioral health services for children and adolescents in Springfield, Illinois. Our outpatient programs are designed to address the emotional, social and behavioral needs of individuals experiencing difficulties across home, social and community settings.
Your child and your family in our outpatient programs will be meeting with Master’s and Bachelor’s level professionals who will assist them in determining the appropriate level of services your child needs. Customized individual, family and group modes of treatment are always available. Traditional outpatient services are offered Monday through Saturday, including evenings.
Pediatric mental health treatment and teen and child psychiatric therapies require someone who is passionate about their job and your loved one. We provide adolescent and children mental health therapy for patients ages 3-17 years old.
Amy Nudo – received a B.A. in Psychology from Benedictine University in Springfield; M.S. in Psychology from Capella University; She is planning to attend Capella University for a PsyD in Clinical Psychology starting in the spring. She’s from Rochester, IL but currently lives in Mt. Pulaski, IL with her husband, four children and four fur babies. She’s excited to be at Lincoln Prairie Behavioral Health Center and is looking forward to growing her counseling.
Our adolescents and children outpatient therapy groups provide a variety of therapy sessions for a wide population of individuals.
Counseling services are designed around improvement. Our child and teen outpatient mental health facility, located in Springfield, Illinois, provides mental health therapies with your loved one’s well-being in mind.
Everyone is different, and no treatment is one-size-fits-all. At Lincoln Prairie Behavioral Health Center, we understand that, and we’re here to help each child and teen with clear goals.
Lincoln Prairie Behavioral Health Center offers intensive child or adolescent outpatient mental health services, including a Partial Hospitalization Program and an Intensive Outpatient Program. Additionally: