The Rockwood Behavioral Health Center offers mental health
treatment for children, adolescents, families, and adult patients.
Services provided include diagnostic assessment; neuropsychological
testing; pharmacological management; individual, couples, and
family therapies; group therapies; and support groups, with an
emphasis on counseling and therapy, as well as some case
management. Conditions to be treated would include depressive
disorders, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, mood and
thought disorders, and developmental delays. These services will be
provided at various levels of care by various providers.
- Individual, couples, and family counseling
- Academic and career counseling
- Coping with physical illness, mental illness and developmental
- Depression, grief and loss
- Learning disabilities
- Life transitions
- Substance abuse and process addictions (food, internet,
shopping, gambling, exercise)
- Stress and anxiety management, life transition issues
- Eating disorders and weight loss, body image issues
- Trauma stress, post-traumatic stress disorder, crisis
- Parenting issues
- Administering psychological testing
Behavioral Health CenterDeaconess Medical Office Building
801 West Fifth Avenue, Suite: 422
(509) 755-6580Map Location
Craig Lammers, Ph.D.
Craig Lammers, Ph.D., joined the Rockwood Behavioral Health Center in May 2012. He received his undergraduate degree in psychology from Hope College in Holland, MI. Dr. Lammers received his Master’s degree from Fuller Theological Seminary, and his Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology from the Fuller Graduate School of Psychology, both in Pasadena, CA. He completed two internships in Clinical Psychology, one at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Sepulveda, CA, and the other at Ingleside Mental Health Center in Rosemead, CA. Dr. Lammers is a Licensed Psychologist in the State of Washington, and is a member of the American Psychological Association, Washington State Psychological Association and is listed in the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology.