Yellowstone Counseling Center

(on broadway ste)
Business Consulting and Services in Billings, MT
Business Consulting and Services
Counseling & Mental Health


208 N Broadway Ste 423
Billings, MT


Yellowstone Counseling Center in Billings, Mont. can help you to cope with the struggles of today's busy lifestyles. We have nine licensed therapists who offer high quality psychotherapy services for children, adolescents and adults in individual, family, couple and group sessions. Our therapists have the resources and experience necessary to treat a variety of issues. They will work closely with you to devise a treatment plan that will help you find the help you need. Some of the psychological issues we can treat include: Anxiety Depression Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Eating disorders Relationship issues Grief & loss Obsessions/compulsions Parenting issues Post traumatic stress disorder Addictions Anger We accept and bill your insurance company and work with Medicaid patients as well. At Yellowstone Counseling Center, we are dedicated to providing the superior level of care to all of our patients, giving you the help you need to lead a happy and healthy life. Call us today for further information or to schedule an appointment.


We have transitioned to telehealth counseling services. We are working to provide the same quality supports while maintaining recommended social distancing. You can meet with your counselor through our secured online video system. Please see our website and click on client forms to fill out the telehealth consent form at yellowstonecounselingcenter.com The full list of providers and details for accessing each session can be found at the bottom of our homepage. Our office is available to give you furthur details on how to access this service or answer any questions at (406) 896-8427. YELLOWSTONECOUNSELINGCENTER.COM Yellowstone Counseling Center
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