Mental Health Services

Do you often feel down, frustrated or stressed? You are not alone. We know that as many as 50% of the American population at some time in their life report feeling depressed, anxious, stressed or suffering from some other emotional or behavioral problems that interferes with their ability to function at home and at work.

Our experienced team of skilled professionals is committed to assisting adults, children, adolescents, and families in reaching their full potential through prevention, treatment, and community education. Our highly qualified staff consists of psychologists, licensed professional counselors, and clinical social workers and professionals in each of these disciplines working towards their licensure. Our clinicians are well educated, credentialed, and experienced in the treatment of mental health concerns such as; anxiety and depression disorders, family conflict, self-esteem, trauma and PTSD, divorce, relationship issues, domestic violence, loss or grief, parenting, coping skills, and other quality-of-life issues. We treat children with oppositional defiant disorder, ADHD, depression, anxiety, education and school related disorders, autistic disorders, and issues resulting from parental conflicts or divorce.

Home-Based Therapy

Home-Based Therapy Services are available at Dakota Counseling Institute through our children’s program. This program provides intensive and comprehensive child-centered, family-focused, community-based, and individualized care to children and their families. The goal of the Home-Based program is to ensure that children are able to live with their families and in their home community whenever possible. Children may qualify for admission in this program by scheduling a screen session with one of our clinicians.

Consultation and Education Services

The professional staff of Dakota Counseling Institute is available for consultation to schools, law enforcement agencies, courts, nursing homes, physicians, attorneys, and other human service agencies and professionals. Professional staff is also available for educational presentations to various community or professional groups, schools, churches, clubs, etc. Anyone interested in a particular topic may contact Dakota Counseling Institute’s Executive Director or Clinical Director with topics of interest to make arrangements.


Forms for New Patients

Click here for Psychiatric Medication Evaluation – Adult.pdf

Click here for Counseling – Adult.pdf

Click here for Psychiatric Medication Evaluation – Child.pdf 

(Child has to be at least 5 years of age)

Click here for Counseling – Child.pdf