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County Seat Behavioral Health, LLC

Licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health
Bureau of Drug and Alcohol Programs - License #237091

Harold S. Dalton Jr. MSW, LCSW, CADC
Program Director

In accordance with regulations outlined by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania- Department of Health
SUBCHAPTER 709.22 (e) 1,2,3. 
The Governing Body of County Seat Behavioral Health , LLC  does publicly declare that all members of the public may contact the agency and will be given access to the following:
1.Activities and accomplishments of the clinic in the preceding year.
2. A financial statement of income and expenses.
3. A statement disclosng the names of officers, directors and principal shareholders where applicable.

This may be done by contacting Harold S. Dalton Jr. MSW, LCSW, CADC Program Director adt (610) 565-2690

    

 Helping Dually Diagnosed Clients recover from Substance abuse and / or Mental health Issues

Philosophy of Treatment

We believe that people change when they are ready to change. It is our job as therapists to help raise levels of consciousness regarding mental health and substance abuse instability. With insight and understanding and reframing of distorted thoughts and beliefs the individual moves through six stages of change which help them reach the shared goal of total sobriety with mental health stability resulting in a higher level of functioning.  These stages of change are as follows:

 The Pre-contemplative Stage represents the person who denies that their symptoms are of any significance. There is no problem in their life, despite what others can see.  This is denial.

 The Contemplative Stage occurs when the circumstances of life, called consequences begin to pile up and the person has to acknowledge that they just might have a problem.

 The Preparation Stage happens when the person accepts that their problem is real and they need to develop a plan to make appropriate changes. I need help.

 The Action Stage is that part of the planning cycle where the person implements specific action steps to make changes in their life, like attending therapy.

 The Maintenance Stage is a process of continued care through attending support meetings and ongoing self care.

 The Relapse Stage is really a return to old behaviors often due to the lack of diligence in the maintenance stage, it requires that the person loop back into the preparation stage, action stage, with a return to stability in the maintenance stage.

 

We offer counseling sessions for individuals, couples, and families.

  • Depression and Sadness
  • Codependency
  • Anxiety and Stress
  • Communication issues
  • Arguments
  • Trust issues
  • Sex issues
  • Sex and Porn addiction
  • Loneliness
  • Emotional intimacy
  • Trauma
  • Self-esteem issues
County Seat Behavioral Health, LLC
Harold S. Dalton Jr. MSW, LCSW, CADC - Director
210 West Front Street, 1st Floor
Media, PA 19063
(610) 565-2690
FAX (610) 565-2695
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