Welcome to Veridian Behavioral Health
Welcome to Veridian Behavioral Health, a multi-disciplinary center offering dedicated quality mental health care. Veridian is part of the behavioral health department of Salina Regional Health Center.
As part of SRHC, we offer a full continuum of care for Central Kansas.
Many of Veridian's services are geared toward individuals and families who are struggling with common life problems such as depression, anxiety, marital problems, parent-child conflicts or grief and loss. Our services are provided in a convenient and comfortable, private office setting.
Veridian psychiatrists provide direct care in an office setting while actively serving in various settings, such as intensive outpatient care, inpatient care in Salina Regional Health Center and in nursing homes.
Veridian psychologists provide a range of testing that assists in the delivery of care for all our clientele. We also have a wide range of experienced psychotherapists licensed at the highest clinical levels within their professions as marriage and family therapists, professional counselors, and social workers.
Learn About Codependency
People who have close relationships with substance abusers or others with mental illnesses can become codependent. Codependency can also occur in those who have been emotionally or physically abused.
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Programs for Substance Abuse
The biggest myth about drug and alcohol rehabilitation is that treatment doesn’t work. And believing that myth may be one reason that finding the right treatment program seems so hard.
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Learn about the services offered at Veridian Behavioral Health in the Morning Medical.
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With Help, You Can Break a Bad Habit
Whether it's a minor habit like biting your nails or a more serious one, like habitual drinking, stopping a damaging or bothersome behavior is difficult. With a little hard work and strategy, however, it's possible to break a bad habit.
One approach is called the transtheoretical model, and it can help you break habits by following specific strategies at certain points in your transition. Developed by psychologist James Prochaska in the late 1970s and early 1980s, this system shows you how to restructure your thought processes and make a permanent change for the better.Read More ...
Men and Mental Illness
Mental illness is a difficult challenge for anyone to face, and it can affect men and women of any age. But because mental illness can cause different symptoms in men than in women, some disorders in men may be harder to recognize. Men who are depressed, for example, may appear angry and irritable rather than sad and withdrawn. It also may be more difficult for men suffering from depression to seek help because some may see it as a sign of weakness rather than a treatable illness. Read More ...
Meet Marcia Bulleigh
Marcia works collaboratively with the Veridian psychiatrists as a Nurse Practitioner. Her primary responsibility is to provide mental health care to patients who require inpatient stabilization during crisis situations. She also assists Veridian Behavioral Health therapists to provide emergency outpatient appointments when needed.
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Where to Turn for Mental Health
It's normal to feel stressed or anxious now and then. But it's time to call for help if emotional issues persist for a significant period of time and interfere with your life, your job, or your personal relationships.
With all the mental health resources and effective treatments available these days, you don't need to suffer and wonder what's wrong. Education and awareness have done much to erase the stigma once attached to mental illness. Still, many people don't seek help for mental health needs.
If you are suffering from depression and anxiety, seek medical help — depression is a disease that needs to be treated. Read more ...