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Somerset Mental Health

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The National Institute for Mental Health reports that one in five children and adolescents have a mental disorder.

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Mental health problems interfere with the lives of the individuals they effect as well as the individual's daily living and normal development.

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Mental disorders do not only effect the individual but also the family and friends of the individual.

 
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Somerset Mental Health, PSC is a behavior health group that was formed to serve families and children in the Lake Cumberland and surrounding areas at the time of crisis. Many children in today's world experience stressful events. They are presented with painful events such as the loss of a loved one, abuse, ravages of drugs and alcohol. SMH, PSC's team of professionals have decades of experience helping children and families manage these crises. Our experience has shown us that a team approach to mental health issues helps to expedite relief and improve stressful situations. Please review our website and if you have any questions, please contact us at the information provided.

Confidentiality: Each employee of SMH has signed and is legally and ethically bound to keep all information regarding any person coming to our facility completely confidential.

Duty to warn: The law requires that SMH report any threats made to oneself or to others to the proper authorities.

Mandatory Reporting: SMH is also required to report ANY suspected domestic violence, neglect, physical, sexual, or emotional abuse.

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Somerset Mental Health  was developed to provide in-depth assistance to children and families, couples and single adults, schools, and community agencies.

Our mission is to provide quality mental health care to individuals and families, assist in building a connecting link between these individuals and community resources, and strengthen family relationships with the goal of enhancing the quality of life.


Services include:

  • Child, Adolescent, and Adult Individual Counseling

  • Group Counseling

  • Family Therapy

  • Psychological Testing

  • Psycho-educational Testing

  • Emotional & Behavioral Problems

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

  • Competency Issues

  • Anxiety

  • Traumatic Experiences

  • Depression

  • Academic Delays

  • Relaxation/Meditation

  • Oppositional/Defiant Behaviors

  • Women Issues

  • Trauma Assessment

  • Juvenile Psycho-sexual Assessment

  • Marital Therapy

Complete package of Psychological testing is available with an average 3-week delivery of written reports.  An extensive clinical interview with psychological and medical history is included.

This includes:

  • Intelligence testing with instruments such as the WAIS-III; WISC-III; K-BIT; etc.

Personality Testing which includes:

  • MMPI-2 ( Minnesota Multiphasic  Personality Inventory II)

  • MMPI-A ( Minnesota Multiphasic  Personality Inventory: Adolescent)

  • Behavioral Measurements

  • Projective Testing which involves; Goodenenough-Harris Draw-A-Person Test

  • Visual Motor Testing which includes: Bender Bestal Visual-Motor Test

  • Academic and Personality Testing

  • Learning Disabilities

  • Educational & Community Agency Consultations

Psychological assessment services are offered to help analyze difficulties, diagnose disorders, and recommend intervention strategies for solving  issues affecting individual children, adolescents, and adults.


When you come to our offices for your appointment, you need to do several things to make the process a fast and easy one.

  1. Be on time.

  2. As soon as you arrive at the office, please do the necessary paper work.

  3. Bring a copy of your insurance card.

  4. Bring a copy of your medical record.

 Some things to remember about Somerset Mental Health:

  1. Confidentiality: Each employee of SMH has signed and is legally and ethically bound to keep all information regarding any person coming to our facility completely confidential.

  2. Duty to Warn:  The law requires that SMH report any threats-made to oneself or to others to the proper authorities.

  3. Mandatory Reporter:  SMH is also required to report ANY suspected domestic violence, neglect, physical, sexual, or emotional abuse.