Counseling in Bismarck, ND. Find the Right Therapist.

Safe, effective, and caring. Affordable therapists near you in Bismarck, North Dakota will help you make the changes you want.


We are currently seeking therapists in Bismarck, North Dakota

Click Here and we can find a therapist for you.

Location: Bismarck, North Dakota

Bismarck, North Dakota

Or search our e-counselors who provide professional counseling services over Skype, Email and/or Phone. All therapists on Theravive are licensed and registered professionals.


If you are a therapist in Bismarck, North Dakota, sign up with Theravive and start taking new referrals.


Related Sites:
City of Bismarck
North Dakota Counseling Association

Therapy Bismarck, ND

Counseling Mandan, Lincoln, Center, Wilton, Washburn, Steele

Bismarck is the capital of North Dakota and the second largest city in the state after Fargo. The population is around 103,000. The city was founded in 1872 and has been the capital of North Dakota since it became a state in 1889. When the city was founded, the first name it had was Edwinton, after a man named Edwin Johnson who was an engineer for Northern Pacific Railway. The name of the city was changed in 1873 to honor a German Chancellor Otto van Bismarck who attracted German immigrants to the area.1 However, it was when gold was discovered in the Black Hills in 1874 that people really started to settle in Bismarck. The city is a great place to settle because it sits on the Missouri Plateau which sits right on the banks of the Missouri River. The city Mandan is directly across from Bismarck which makes up the metropolitan area of Bismarck and Mandan.

Mental Health in Bismarck

Mental Health America of North Dakota offers a number of programs that support the improved functioning of individuals who have a mental illness. The Dakota Learning Center provides supervised recreational and educational activities for adults who are currently being treated for a mental health issue or have received treatment in the past. Activities range from going to the movies to playing games to holiday events, all in a safe and controlled manner that facilitates improved social and emotional functioning. The Center also provides lunch on weekdays, as well as a food bank to ensure consumers have the appropriate nutrition. To obtain further information, call 701-255-6402.2 Mental Health America also offers a Veterans PTSD support group for members of the armed forces and their families. Group participants can learn about PTSD, it's causes, and it's symptoms, while sharing their unique experiences and benefitting from the support of others who suffer from PTSD as well. The group meets each month and includes a light dinner. Additional details are available by calling 701-255-2410.3

Both children and parents who have difficulty controlling their anger can participate in an Anger Management class offered by YouthWorks. The educational coursework emphasizes building skills for controlling one's anger while learning appropriate methods for communicating feelings to others. Participants also learn about what triggers their anger and how to identify the physiological and psychological signs that they are becoming angry. Additional information about this class is available by calling 701-255-6909 extension 110.4

Current Initiatives

The Transition from Prison to Community Initiative is a statewide program that seeks to reduce the rate of recidivism by helping individuals who have been incarcerated take advantage of services that support their social, emotional, and mental health needs. The initiative provides aftercare services that target each individual's areas of greatest risk, be that substance abuse, marital problems, or vocational/educational needs. By providing these services, the initiative has positive impacts on individuals and their families, as well as on the greater community as well. To learn more, call 701-328-6390.5


References

1. City of Bismarck. (2017). Bismarck City Portrait. Retrieved from http://www.bismarck.org/index.aspx?NID=642
2. Mental Health America North Dakota. (2017). Dakota Learning Center. Retrieved from http://www.mhand.org/index.php/programs/10-programs/43-region-vii-bismarck.html
3. Mental Health America North Dakota. (2017). Veterans' PTSD Family Support Group. Retrieved from http://www.mhand.org/index.php/support-groups.html
4. YouthWorks. (2016). Anger Management. Retrieved from http://youthworksnd.org/programs/anger-management/
5. North Dakota Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. (2008). Transition from Prison to Community Initiative. Retrieved from http://www.nd.gov/docr/adult/tps/tpci.html

Bismarck is located in Burleigh County, North Dakota. It has a land area of 33.35 square miles and a water area of 0.38 square miles.  The population of Bismarck is 71,167 people with 29,716 households and a median annual income of $58,901. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Bismarck, ND

Affordable with Planning

Therapy in Bismarck is generally within financial reach for the average family, but some budget planning may be needed for a real commitment to weekly counseling. Remember that your mental health and happiness are important. Check with your Bismarck therapist about insurance coverage or ask about sliding scale fees if there are any difficulties with accessibility. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local Bismarck public health department.