Inspiring hope, change and healing
Oklahoma ranks third in the nation for rates of any mental illness, according to the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse. Mental health is an important part of one’s overall health and well-being, which is why we are here to help you work toward a more fulfilling and productive life. It just takes one call to start your new journey.
The team at Norman Regional’s Outpatient Behavioral Health believes that providing patients with the tools they need to promote mental and physical well-being will benefit our patients, their families, and their communities. We collaborate with each patient to develop an individualized service plan.
Types of behavioral health care
- Therapy: A therapist will help you process difficult behaviors, experiences, feelings and thoughts, and supports the development helpful coping skills and understanding for improved wellness.
- Psychiatry: A psychiatrist provides medication management to lessen depression, anxiety, and other symptoms.
Benefits of behavioral health care
- Improved quality of life
- Improved relationships
- Better performance at work or school
- Reduced risk for medical issues
Would I benefit from Outpatient Behavioral Health?
Depression and anxiety are not “just a part of life.” Symptoms can be reduced by following a plan just like high blood pressure or diabetes. Feelings of isolation, panic, loss of motivation, continued sadness, and change in sleep pattern are all symptoms of depression or anxiety.
Outpatient Counseling Center
The Outpatient Counseling Center offers individual counseling with a licensed therapist for those 18 years or older. Learn more
If you think you or someone you know could benefit from our services, please call our office at 405-912-3495 to discuss.
The Outpatient Counseling Center is located within Norman Regional Moore. Norman Regional also houses an Inpatient Psychiatric Unit at Norman Regional Hospital on Porter Avenue in Norman.