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MSMG Behavioral Health

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403 N. State of Franklin Road
Johnson City, TN 37604
(423) 431-6111
36.307742
-82.387646

 

Welcome to MSMG Behavioral Health in Johnson City

At Mountain States Medical Group Behavioral Health, we work with children and adults who need help dealing with life’s problems.

About our therapists

The job of a therapist is to help you figure out what works best in your life and in your particular situation.

A therapist will not judge you. Sometimes you just need someone to talk to whom you can trust.

What to expect

When you come to your appointment, you’ll spend about 50 minutes talking to your therapist about whatever it is you want to discuss.

Common issues include:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Divorce
  • Grief
  • Family problems
  • Addictions

Your first visit

Your therapist will ask several questions during your first visit to help him or her understand your situation.

Confidentiality

Almost everything you tell a therapist is strictly confidential.

Some situations must be acted upon, however, including:

  • Someone being a danger to himself or herself, or to someone else (suicidal or homicidal)
  • A child or elderly person being mistreated
  • Court order to release the client’s record

The only other way information about a client’s behavioral health care can be shared is if the client tells us to share it and gives us written permission.

Insurance and billing

We participate with most insurance providers, but it will be the family’s responsibility to check with their insurance to verify coverage.

All questions regarding billing for services should be made to our office.

 

What's New

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Gov. Lee selects Ballad Health CEO to serve on Tennessee charter school commission

Ballad Health Chief Executive Officer and Executive Chairman Alan Levine has been selected by Governor Bill Lee to serve on Tennessee’s newly-created charter school commission. ... read more about Gov. Lee selects Ballad Health CEO to serve on Tennessee charter school commission.

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Application to designate Lee County Community Hospital as ‘Critical Access Hospital’ submitted

Ballad Health has submitted the application to get the new Lee County Community Hospital designated as a “Critical Access Hospital” ... read more about Application to designate Lee County Community Hospital as ‘Critical Access Hospital’ submitted.

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What's New

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Gov. Lee selects Ballad Health CEO to serve on Tennessee charter school commission

Ballad Health Chief Executive Officer and Executive Chairman Alan Levine has been selected by Governor Bill Lee to serve on Tennessee’s newly-created charter school commission. ... read more about Gov. Lee selects Ballad Health CEO to serve on Tennessee charter school commission.

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

Application to designate Lee County Community Hospital as ‘Critical Access Hospital’ submitted

Ballad Health has submitted the application to get the new Lee County Community Hospital designated as a “Critical Access Hospital” ... read more about Application to designate Lee County Community Hospital as ‘Critical Access Hospital’ submitted.