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Progressions Behavioral Health Services provides one of a kind mental health services for children, adolescents, adults, and families in our communities.

Our Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS), also referred to as “Wrap-Around Services”, can be described as a unique therapeutic program that allows our clinicians to help individuals and families by providing services in the youth’s home, school, and community.

Our engaging Outpatient Therapy program is available in select offices and works with individuals suffering with various mood, thought, and behavior disorders.

Through both of our BHRS and Outpatient programs, we help those suffering from anxiety, agitation, phobias, conduct dis orders, ADHD, adjustment disorders, Autism Spectrum disorder, grief and loss, depression, abuse, or trauma. We aim to create a personal connection with our clients to help them achieve their therapeutic goals.

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Pennsylvania Medical Assistance Updates!

Beginning January 1, 2015, Pennsylvania is expanding the Medical Assistance Program. You may qualify for free health insurance coverage. Enrollment begins on December 1, 2014.    If you already have Medical Assistance (MA): -          The Department of Public Welfare (DPW) will send out notices to current MA recipients to let them know what plan they will have. o   DPW will place […]

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Progressions Social Mixer Review!

Progressions held a social for young adults with autism on October 25, 2014 which was a huge success. We had just under 20 young adults attend for dancing, games, food and fun! There were a few intense games of Uno, dance instruction, just to name a few of the activities! In addition, we had a […]

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PCIT at Pottstown Office Location

At our Pottstown office location, we have been providing PCIT services for many months now. PCIT is “Parent-Child Interaction Therapy” that is aimed towards helping parents and children ages 2-7 through therapy to help them improve the quality of their relationships. Parents are taught specific skills to establish a nurturing and secure relationship with their […]

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