BES Group & Associates – Behavioral Health Programs
BES Group & Associates, a division of BES Group, Inc., provides behavioral health counseling services. Developed in July of 2007, BES Group & Associates’ focus is to provide individualized structured services in the hope of assisting participants to reach a higher level of self awareness and utilize healthy life skills.
We conduct psychiatric evaluations, psychological evaluations, and psychosocial assessments to include identification of a substance abuse problem. Our clinical team members are Licensed Psychiatrists, Licensed Professional Counselors, Licensed Professional Counselor Interns (Texas State designated), and Licensed Clinical Social Workers.
BES Group & Associates employs a cognitive behavioral approach that deals strongly with thoughts, feelings, and behaviors while addressing the underlying belief system. Common problem areas addressed physical/sexual abuse (victim focused), stress and anxiety, depression, parent-child relationships, partner relationship, family relationships, job loss and/or coworker relational problems, anger/aggressive behavior, adjustment disorders, mood disorders, and ADHD.
Services are also available in Spanish.
BES Group & Associates currently provides the following behavioral health services:
- Anger Management
- Decision Making/Life Skills Class
- Domestic Violence
- Individual Counseling
- Parenting Education
- Assessments & Evaluations
BES Group & Associates is in network with numerous insurance companies to include Amerigroup, Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Texas POS & PPO, Humana LifeSynch, TriCare Humana Military, Value Options, Cigna, Aetna, Multiplan PHCS, Community Health Choice, United Healthcare, HealthSmart, Texas Children’s Health Plan, Managed Health Network, Star Health and Traditional Medicaid. We are also a recognized out of network provider and enrolled in many Employee Assistance Programs (EAP).
We currently provide these behavioral health services, through a contract with each entity, to the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (CPS), the United States Courts (Federal), and Department of State Health Services (DSHS) for co-occurring psychiatric and substance use disorders.