“The staff is always available for any questions I may have.”
“The therapist likes to involve herself in whatever is going on with my child and provides appropriate solutions and tactics.”
“The case manager is very cooperative and always helps us when we encounter road blocks in resources.”
“My therapist is always on time and that is very important to my child’s well-being.”
“I am very thankful to the psychiatrist for his help.”
PsychSolutions provides quality mental health and substance abuse services to children and families, embracing a family-directed approach and using evidence-based methods, to empower the growth of healthy and productive children in our community.
Provide solutions to children and their families within their community to promote emotionally healthy lives.
Children and adolescents (0-21) and adults (21 and up).
Types of Programs
Community-based mental health and substance abuse services that include the following: • assessment • therapeutic behavioral services • individual therapy • family therapy • group therapy • co-parenting • substance abuse counseling • crisis intervention • psychiatric evaluation • medication management • mental health targeted case management • comprehensive behavioral health assessments • behavioral management training and discharge planning. These services are delivered in the child's home, school, daycare and in juvenile justice detention and residential facilities.
Licensing and Accreditation
PsychSolutions is fully accredited with the Council on Accreditation (COA). ID# 2287.
PsychSolutions currently maintains the following licenses:
Florida Health Care Clinic License through the Agency for Health Care Administration. License # HCC7244.
Department of Children & Families Substance Abuse License for Outpatient Services in Miami-Dade County. License # 1113AD834001.
PsychSolutions regularly has job opportunities for licensed therapists (LCSW, LMHC, LMFT) and counselors with a Master’s in Social Work or related field and Mental Health-Targeted Case Managers with a Bachelor's in Social Work or related field and at least one (1) year full-time experience with SED children. Please refer to our employment section for availability.