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James Ramsey, MA, MFT, LCPC

Marriage and Family Therapist, Professional Counselor

2870 St Michael Dr., Missoula, Montana

Change your marriage without changing your partner. I appreciate the trust my clients give me and I enjoy helping them build a great relationship that results in joy and fulfillment. I'm sincerely looking forward to helping you save your marriage.

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Therapy Great Missoula, MT

Counseling Big Pines, Bonner, Piltzville, Orchard Homes, Westview Park, Primrose, Grass Valley, Twin Creeks

Your whole family will love Missoula, Montana. The city is chock full of parks, with over 400 acres of parkland and 22 miles of trails right in town. You'll have no trouble at all finding a spot for a picnic or a day of outdoor recreation. And make sure to check out the programs at the Currents Aquatic Center. Mothers and fathers will learn, too, at the Families First Children's Museum. With numerous classes designed to help you be the best parent you can be and after school programs for the kids, you'll want to make it a regular stop. The whole family is bound to have summertime fun at the Splash Montana water park. Take the older kids to the Montana Natural History Center,1 and even the younger ones will enjoy the International Wildlife Film. Everyone enjoys a good movie from time to time, and there's no place better to catch the latest than the Carmike Village 6. Or, for a cute live show, check out Missoula Children's Theatre. You'll be glad you did.

Mental Health in Missoula

Mental Health America of Montana offers a free bipolar support group to residents of the state. This unique group is conducted by phone to account for the rural nature of most Montana communities. The primary focus of the group is to help participants learn how to live more effectively with bipolar disorder. Groups meet each week for six weeks and are led by a trained facilitator who also has bipolar disorder. Groups are offered for free as well. Call 406-587-7774 to sign up.2

The Missoula Suicide Prevention Network is dedicated to developing resources to reduce the occurrence of suicide in the Missoula area. Working with local law enforcement, social service agencies, churches, schools, and other public organizations, the Prevention Network offers valuable resources for children, teenagers, and adults that help them navigate dark times in their lives in a healthy manner. Access to support groups and crisis counseling is provided. Educational and outreach programs further help inform the public about this issue. To inquire about these resources, call 406-258-3881.3

Current Education

The Missoula County Public Schools offers various support programs for children with mental health issues. The Structured Learning Program serves high school students who have an emotional or behavioral disturbance. Students spend all or part of their day in the program, learning coping skills to help them manage their behavior. Social skills, communication skills, and study skills are also integral components of the program. Students acquire these tools in a safe, compassionate, and understanding environment in order to gain confidence in their abilities and boost their self-esteem.4 The district also provides programming for students who display exceptional creative or intellectual abilities. Students enrolled in the district's Gifted Education Program have access to extended learning opportunities that provide a rigorous curriculum. Students also have access mental health support in the form of sessions with school counselors. Adult mentors are also available to work with gifted students on a variety of social and academic skills.5 Contact the Missoula County Public Schools at 406-728-2400 for additional details about these services.


References

1. Montana Natural History Center. (2017). Homepage. Retrieved from http://www.montananaturalist.org/
2. Mental Health America of Montana. (2008). Free Bipolar Support Groups. Retrieved from http://www.montanawarmline.org/Support.html
3. Missoula County Government. (2017). Missoula Suicide Prevention Network. Retrieved from http://www.co.missoula.mt.us/healthpromo/SuicidePrevention/
4. Missoula County Public Schools. (2017). Structured Learning Program. Retrieved from http://www.mcpsmt.org/Page/5916
5. Missoula County Public Schools. (2017). COMPASS - Gifted Education. Retrieved from http://www.mcpsmt.org/domain/1276

Missoula is located in Missoula County, Montana. It has a land area of 29.19 square miles and a water area of 0.18 square miles.  The population of Missoula is 71,022 people with 29,860 households and a median annual income of $41,421. .


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Mental health treatment and therapy in Missoula is sometimes a struggle to afford for families and individuals without proper insurance coverage. Finances for many in Missoula are not able to cover long term weekly counseling sessions without a budgetary plan in place. The good news is that therapists are often willing to work with you if accessibility is an issue. Low cost therapy and sliding scales are just some of the options that therapists can offer. Insurance may cover your sessions as well. Talk to your counselor to learn more.