Behavioral health relates to your mental well-being and ability to function in everyday life. Jordan Valley combines behavioral health and primary care services. We look at the whole person—body and mind. Our unique Behavioral Health Integration lets established patients get services on-site or virtually.
Behavioral Health Services
Receive therapy as an adult, child or family.
Eating Disorder Program
Get support and treatment for your eating disorder.
Psychological Evaluations for Children
Assess your child to create a treatment plan.
Services notated with an asterisk (*) are available to community members who meet the screening guidelines. Please call 417-831-0150 to speak with a Behavioral Health Consultant to learn more.
Adolescent Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) (Ages 12-17) *
We help teens process emotions. You will learn to cope with distress and build better relationships with those in your life. We help you identify unwanted behaviors and practice ways to accept your life and self.
Adult Cognitive Processing Therapy Group (CPT) (Ages 18+)
CPT is an evidence-based, cognitive behavioral treatment for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and related problems, like depression and anxiety. We learn how events change our thoughts and how our thoughts lead to certain kinds of feelings. Participants learn three cognitive approaches for moving these kinds of thoughts and feelings along.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Social Skills Group (Ages 12-17)
We help adolescents navigate the complexities of social relationships. Social skills education, exercises, and the opportunity to practice those skills in a group setting will set you up for successes you can build on. Let us help you build the skills that can set you up for a lifetime of friendships.
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
Cognitive behavioral therapy asks you to identify patterns in your thoughts or beliefs. From there, we find strategies to change your thinking and behavior. At Jordan Valley, this therapy is for children who have PTSD symptoms or traumatic pasts.
Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT)
Cognitive processing therapy is used with adults who experience PTSD symptoms. Strategies are put in place to change thought processes and behavior.
Family therapy looks at family dynamics and how those play into a patient’s behavioral health. Families will come to therapy together to talk about issues and challenges.
Individual Outpatient Therapy
Our Behavioral Health Clinicians help you process emotions and experiences. We provide a safe place for you to share and get the support you need.
PAINLESS Group Therapy
Patients participating in the Pain Management Program at Jordan Valley attend PAINLESS groups as part of their overall pain management plan. These groups focus on management of and reduction of pain through behavioral interventions, skill building, and connection with others.
Parent Child Interactive Therapy (PCIT)
We work with young children and their caregivers in an evidence-based behavior parent training treatment. This therapy is for children ages 2 to 7 years old who struggle with emotional and behavioral disorders. It places an emphasis on improving the quality of the parent-child relationship and changing interaction patterns.
Eating Disorder Therapy *
Eating Disorder Intensive Outpatient Family Based Therapy (Adolescents 12-17)
Jordan Valley offers Family-Based Treatment (FBT) for adolescents with eating disorders. Our program lets teens stay at home, giving parents an active role in treatment. We support you and your teen while focusing on your teen’s weight, restrictive eating patterns and nutrition.
Eating Disorder Intensive Outpatient Individual Therapy (Adults 18+)
Our comprehensive treatment program for eating disorders provides a supportive environment for people struggling with Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder and other specified eating disorders. We help you regain a life not consumed by overwhelming thoughts and behaviors tied to an eating disorder.
Psychological Evaluations for Children
Jordan Valley provides psychological evaluations for children and adolescents referred by their JV primary care provider for diagnostic clarification.
Questionnaires are sent to the child’s parent to be filled out by the child, parents and teachers. Once we receive this information, we score and interpret results. The results are reviewed to determine future course of treatment.
Meet with your provider without stepping into a clinic. Use a smartphone, tablet or computer to visit virtually.