Counseling Services

F&CS is the place to turn when your problems seem too overwhelming to handle alone. Our clinical program offers high-quality, professional counseling services in a warm and caring environment.

Counseling Services for Adults services include:

  • Assessment & treatment
  • Case/crisis management
  • Diagnosing mental illness
  • Individual, and Family counseling
  • Psychiatric referral

Counseling Services for Adults often respond to issues related to:

  • Anxiety, depression & stress
  • Drug use, alcohol & addiction
  • Grief, loss, separation & divorce
  • PTSD & other past traumatic life experiences
  • Step-parenting, blended families & relationship conflict

Psychiatry Services

F&CS offers psychiatry services to adults that are also receiving services in our counseling program.

Our psychiatrists work collaboratively with the clients and F&CS therapists to assess and, when needed, develop a pharmaceutical plan in response to a mental illness.

Some people benefit from medication to manage a life situation, whether it be temporary or permanent.  Please consult with your F&CS therapist if you believe a psychiatric evaluation is needed.

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Employee Assistance Services

EAP provides access to free and confidential counseling services to eligible employees and their family members. The EAP is a benefit service provided by your employer to give you support at times when you may be experiencing personal, family or work-related concerns.

Talking to a therapist:

  • Depression, stress, anxiety, anger
  • Workplace issues or job stress
  • Traumatic experiences or critical incidents at work
  • Parenting, family or relationship issues
  • Problems with addiction or substance use
  • Grief and loss
Employee Assistance Program

Outreach, Education & Support Services to Adults

Community & Continuing Education

  • Community education to raise awareness
  • Continuing education for clinicians and therapists
  • Psychoeducation for families and adults
  • Support groups for caregivers and guardians

Kinship Resources for Caregivers

  • Trauma-informed needs assessment
  • Referral and connection to community resources
  • Advocacy within Family Court, DSS, and school systems
  • Psychoeducation, peer support and after-care consultation

Call today to make an appointment with a counselor at (607) 273-7494 during our hours of operation: Mon-Thu 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Fr 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Your call will be directed to an intake professional who will match you with a compatible counselor based on your assessed needs.
If you are experiencing a mental health emergency, please dial 911 for immediate assistance.

Fees for service are reimbursable through Medicaid, Medicare, and private health insurance. This practice serves all patients regardless of ability to pay. Discounts for essential services are offered based on family size and income. We do so through generous support from the United Way support and private individual and corporate donations.