Behavioral Health

BEHAVIORAL HEALTH

 

Who we are:

  • Karin Burke-Lewis, LICSW
  • Rebecca Henderson, LICSW
  • Rachel Oppenheimer, LMHC
  • Mick Rehrig, LICSW
  • L. Story Stephenson, LICSW

The behavioral health team at the Sidney Borum Jr. Health Center is a group of youth and LGBT friendly social workers and clinicians providing individual, family, couple, and group clinical services to people in need of treatment for:

  • Substance abuseWe’ll help you sort out your substance use concerns, your desire for recovery, or help you evaluate the impact substances have on your life.
  • Transgender care We’re can help you explore where you see yourself and your gender identity. We can help you, your family, friends and partner understand you and your identity.
  • Trauma and other mental health issues We are here to help walk you through things that get in way of your feeling happy about your life. We have experts who can help you work though your trauma or other mental health issues.
  • HIV/AIDS concerns
  • LGBT and sexual orientation exploration
  • Psychiatric care

If you would like to schedule an appointment with one of our providers please call the Borum at 617.457.8140 and speak to a Patient Services Specialist. We offer some walk-in Behavioral Health services – just ask about walk-in availability when you call. We also offer Behavioral Health outreach at a number of youth and LGBT settings, like Youth on Fire and Boston GLASS. Inquire with patient services about these outreach Behavioral Health services.

The behavioral health team believes in building a trusting relationship between client and clinician so that patients can have the best possible care. Treatment planning and goal planning is done as a collaborative process between clinician and client. We believe in meeting clients where they’re at! We attempt to address what brings our clients in the door rather then having our own clinical agendas.

If you are experiencing a clinical emergency please go to your nearest emergency room or call 911.

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