We know you want to feel better, and we can help! Dakota Family Services is a team of trusted mental health care professionals in Bismarck, ND. Whether you need support coping with mental illness, finding the right medication, or determining what is causing symptoms, our team of psychiatrists, psychologists, and nurse practitioners are here to support and guide you. Learn more about our team, experience, and services by calling our office today.
We are currently only offering virtual appointments at our Bismarck location. Please contact our office to schedule your online session.
Online therapy, also known as virtual therapy, provides convenient, confidential interaction between you and our team of mental health professionals. Appointments will take place online in a private virtual office powered by Zoom. Connect with your therapist in a meaningful way, from wherever is most convenient for you. Learn more about online therapy appointments.
We provide mental health therapy and counseling services for children, adolescents, and adults.
Meet with one of our psychiatrists to explore medication options for children, teens, and adults.
Through psychological testing, we determine what is causing symptoms and prescribe a treatment plan.
We offer online therapy and psychiatric services through phone or video chat for your convenience.
- Depends on the type of service you need and what your insurance will cover. We are in-network providers with several insurers, but all coverage depends on your specific insurance plan. Call for more information.
- A counselor can help you feel better. If you are feeling down, overwhelmed, irritable, angry, or sad, you may benefit from seeing a counselor.
- It depends. You can make an appointment for your child. But, when it’s an adult friend or family member, they have to make the call. You can get information, but can’t make an appointment for another adult. We encourage you to find the phone number and support them as they make the call.
- The most important thing you can do as a friend is to listen. Then, encourage them to get professional help when they are struggling.