Caring for the mind is as important and crucial as caring for the body. In fact, one cannot be healthy without
Associates in Psychology & Therapy (APT) is a private psychology and counseling practice that has been providing professional and confidential services to Huntington, WV and the Tri-State for over 25 years. APT has both Licensed Psychologists and Licensed Professional Counselors who offer a variety of psychological and counseling services including, but not limited to, psychological assessment, consultation, therapy, counseling and pre-employment screenings. APT Associates work closely with physicians to provide comprehensive health care to clients.
A psychological evaluation is a formal assessment of a person's current functioning. Psychological evaluations are often requested in order to determine the extent to which a known or suspected mental illness or cognitive deficits affect a person's functioning.
Therapy and counseling can help children identify and cope with feelings, manage their emotions, improve social skills, improve attention and concentration, improve study skills and learn better, more effective communication skills.
Child & Adolescent
Substance Abuse &
APT is now offering individual and group therapy for substance abuse and suboxone.
Autism is a brain development disorder characterized by impaired social interaction and communication, and by restricted and repetitive behavior.
Educational Assessments involve assessing a child or adults current level of academic achievement. This is usually done in conjunction with IQ testing.
Marital Therapy and Couples Counseling is used to help couples identify and break free of destructive emotional cycles, improve communication, reduce conflict, and build stronger emotional bonds and attachments.
Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a disorder first noted in childhood and characterized by inattention, impulse control problems and hyperactivity.
Pre-Employment screening allows employers to select the right job applicants for positions in the company. It saves companies time and money by refining the selection process to include only the best applicants for available positions.
Why Do Girls and Boys with Autism Have Differing Behaviors?
Girls with autism have different brain structure compared to boys with autism.
Getting Along With Others: Parenting for Social Intelligence
Meaningful relationships are a foundation for success at every age.
How to Tell Which Therapist is Right for You
So how does someone find out which therapist will work best for him or her?
East Hills Professional Center
5187 US Route 60 E
Huntington, WV 25705
Suite 11 (Entrance 3)
A Title XIX Evaluation is a specific evaluation to determine if a developmentally delayed person qualifies for home and community based waiver services.