We offer individual, couples, marriage, family and group therapy at each of our five clinic locations. These services can be scheduled by calling any of our clinic locations.
We offer a range of psychological evaluations including diagnostic assessments, mental health case management assessments, domestic violence/anger management evaluations and birth to 5 diagnostic assessments. Evaluations can be scheduled by calling any of our clinic locations.
Emergency and Crisis Care
Daily appointment slots are held for individuals, families or couples in crisis. These may be sought out by calling any of our clinic locations and speaking with our operations specialists. Additionally, we have a 24 hour crisis line that anyone can reach by calling (800) 247-2809.
Children’s Therapeutic Services and Support (CTSS)
CTSS works to provide skills to increase a child’s ability to cope with their problems, develop daily social skills and help them grow emotionally, socially, behaviorally and academically. CTSS provides skill building for the child and family. CTSS services may be provided in the home, at school or in the community. Our CTSS practitioners work closely with the child’s individual therapist in order to create a comprehensive plan of care.
Adult Rehabilitative Mental Health Services (ARMHS)
ARMHS services focus on helping an individual to develop and enhance psychiatric stability, social competencies, personal and emotional adjustment and independent living and community skills. ARMHS services may be provided in the home or in the community.
Our psychiatry department offers services for all stages of life. We service children, adolescents and adults. Our team of dedicated, caring professionals is comprised of a psychiatric clinical nurse practitioner and a full-time nurse. Services are provided in the Gaylord, New Ulm, St. Peter and St. James locations. For referral, please contact our New Ulm office.
School-Linked Mental Health Services
School Linked Mental Health (SLMH) increases accessibility of mental health services for underserved populations by providing outpatient therapy and CTSS services within the school setting. We work in 14 area school districts and 27 physical school sites. Referrals can be made to the school counselor or school social worker and will be routed to Sioux Trails professionals working within that school setting.
Sioux Trails firmly believes in the use of evidence-based trauma therapies for children, teens and adults. We have multiple providers trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), Prolonged Exposure, Dialectical Behavior Therapy Prolonged Exposure (DBT PE) and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT).
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Intensive Outpatient Program
Our DBT program is certified by the Minnesota Department of Human Services. It is a multifaceted program that provides hope for adults and teens experiencing out of control emotions, behaviors, and thoughts associated with unstable relationships, impulsivity, and self-destructive behavior. It provides people with the tools they need to develop a life worth living. Our program includes individual therapy, group skills training and access to 24/7 coaching line support. To make a referral, please contact our Mankato office.
Family Violence and Anger Management Services
Our Domestic Abuse Intervention Program (DAIP) focuses on treating male offenders of domestic violence using the Duluth Model. Domestic violence assessments may also be completed. Additionally, anger management services are available for teens and adults.
Education & Training
Sioux Trails Mental Health Center can provide speakers for a broad range of mental health topics. Education and/or training can be provided to teachers, nurses, clergy, caseworkers, law enforcement, and to the general public. If you would like to request a speaker, please contact our New Ulm office.
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