About Castlewood at The Highlands

Birmingham Community Partners

Community relationships are important to us at Castlewood at The Highlands. We continue to develop relationships with quality programs and professionals from our local community. Below is a list of facilities and clinicians that we work with on an on-going basis.  

Outpatient Therapists (Birmingham, AL)

Caroline Nichols, LICSW 205-515-7784 counselorcaroline@gmail.com Catherine Prince, PhD. 205-329-7992 Alice Churnock, LPC 205-879-7500 Caroline Sasser,  LICSW 205-933-9276 Anna Greene Stanley, LPC, CEDS 205-879-7500 annagstanley@gmail.com Tyana Alexander, LPC tyanapsy@gmail.com 205-319-7016 Covenant Counseling By providing individual, marriage and family counseling, Covenant Counseling and Education Center seeks to bring hope, help and healing to children, adolescents and adults of all ages. Covenant also offers a wide variety of evaluations and assessments, and are available to lead seminars, retreats or classes for your church, business, civic or school group. Revive Program at Covenant Counseling  The ReVive Program of Covenant Counseling provides individuals and their families a comprehensive and holistic approach to address disordered eating. Working alongside physicians, the ReVive Program includes individual psychotherapy, family counseling and work with a licensed and registered dietitian, to provide the best possible care for each individual.

Outpatient Dietitians (Birmingham, AL)

Amy Claire Grisham, RDN, LDN 205-317-4111 amyclaire.nutrifocusonline@gmail.com Kristi Sibert, RDN, LDN, CEDRD 205-660-0608 sibertnutrition@gmail.com Suzanne Eleazer-Pirkle, RDN, LDN, CEDRD 205-317-4111 nutrifocusonline@gmail.com

Bradford Health Services

Bradford Health Services offers a well-designed continuum of care approach to treating adults and adolescents with alcohol and drug dependency. With programs across the state of Alabama, clients and their families can access treatment programs at various levels of care anywhere in the state. Visit www.Bradfordhealth.com or call 1-888-577-0012 for more information

UAB Medicine

Addiction Recovery Program Visit http://www.uabmedicine.org/addiction for more information The UAB Medicine Addiction Recovery Program offers an individualized approach to the assessment and treatment of alcohol and substance dependence. Our staff is comprised of licensed and certified counselors and social workers who work individually and in groups with patients to provide thoughtful, caring treatment for addiction. We offer confidential evaluations to discuss the treatment options available through our program. Our medical director will meet with you personally to determine the best level of care to meet your needs. Our core program for all patients includes daily group therapy and lecture/didactics, recreational therapy five days a week, family sessions, weekly individual therapy sessions, psychological and psychiatric evaluation as needed, and discharge planning at the end of the treatment period. Center for Psychiatric Medicine UAB provides inpatient and outpatient care for general psychiatric units for children, adolescents and adults. For more information call 1-800-782-1133

Brookwood Psychiatric Associates

Call: (205) 329-7805 or Visit: www.brookwoodclinic.com Gastric Bypass / Lap Band / Gastric Sleeve Bariatric Surgery pre-surgical psychological evaluations and treatment: We assess and treat patients undergoing bariatric procedures, such as gastric bypass or lap band surgery.  Psychological assessment of patients undergoing this procedure is crucial, as many patients have undiagnosed psychopathology in this particular population.  Most surgeons require psychological evaluation and possible treatment, as the success of the procedure may be improved with this additional component to the entire surgical plan. Gastrointestinal Psychological evaluations and treatment:  We assess and treat the array of emotional and behavioral issues that are often found to be related to gastrointestinal complaints, such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Studies show that a high prevalence of lifetime psychiatric illness has been found in people with functional intestinal disorders, and some of these functional syndromes are often found in some patients with psychiatric illness. These psychiatric issues may include, but are not limited to: anxiety, depression, hostility, posttraumatic stress disorder, and family and life stressors.

Other Alabama Referrals

Mobile, AL Hope Jackson, PhD 251-470-7607 Montgomery, AL Christy Holding, M.Ed., R.N., L.P.C. 334-262-7787 ext 202 Auburn, AL Jessica Lauren Newby, RDN, LDN 334-844-4716 jessica-lauren@auburn.edu