A Safe Place
It’s a scary thing trying to get help, but Lifecare took a lot of that anxiety and fear out of the equation. I was able to get personalized recommendations on which provider from the team would best fit my needs."
-Clay L. Lifecare Wellness Client
We offer private pay counseling (Virtual & On-site) at $75
Outstanding clinical care and personalized attention for individuals, couples, and families
We provide comprehensive psychological evaluations to assist with diagnosis, treatment planning, and academic accommodations.
Specialized services for ages 8 - 17 years for treatment of anxiety, depression, eating disorders, and more.
Whatever the struggle, we have options for many different types of therapies and interventions.
We provide group therapy for the community.
We are here to help couples and families improve communication, understand dysfunctional patterns of interaction, identify roles and clarify values.
You are not alone in finding your path to recovery. We will walk the path with you.
About Lifecare Wellness
Lifecare Wellness Counseling is a Mental Health Service practice located in downtown Tuscaloosa. Professional therapists are here ready to help. We offer individual, couples, group, and family counseling for a wide range of issues including anxiety/depression, mood disorders, ADD/ADHD, grief/loss, trauma, relational conflict and etc.
ESA (Emotional Support Animal) Letter
An emotional support animal letter is an official document prepared and signed by a certified mental health practitioner in the state where a person resides, such as a licensed therapist, psychiatrist, or psychologist.
It supports the necessity for an emotional support animal by briefly stating the emotional or mental ailment that the animal aids in treating. The licensed professional's letterhead and license number must be included in the emotional support animal letter.
The emotional support animal letter demands fair housing accommodations as defined by the Fair Housing Act.
Life may be daunting at times, from familial troubles to professional challenges, from financial difficulties to mental health, addiction, and drug misuse issues.
EAP counselors, or counselors offered by an employee assistance program, can aid by providing direction and hope.
EAP counselors can provide a wide range of services and assistance to employees. Some people, for example, use EAP programs to help them deal with daily challenges at work and at home. Others seek treatment from EAP counselors for mental health difficulties or drug and alcohol addiction. Others seek EAP therapy for bereavement support or marital support.
EAPs employ a wide range of professionals, including psychologists, licensed therapists, and drug addiction counselors. EAP counselors are usually licensed therapists