Glenwood’s Outpatient Services provide education and treatment services to individuals throughout the community.
Outpatient Services at Glenwood is a comprehensive evaluation and treatment clinic for children, adolescents, and families with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other emotional and behavioral concerns (e.g., impulsivity, aggression, sadness, or anxiety). The clinic offers timely responses to individuals or families seeking assessment, counseling, therapy, family education & support services, medication management, consultation & training and teacher training, from professionals specifically trained in the area of child & adolescent development and mental health.
Family & Community Services (FACS)
Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT)
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Cognical Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Trauma Focused Cognical Behavioral Therapy (TFCBT)
Exposure & Response Prevention Therapy (ERP) / Anxiety Therapy
Consultation & Training for Educators
Diagnosis & Assessments (Testing)
It is our goal to provide assessment & treatment that is both individualized to the child or adolescent’s needs and supported by the current research in the field. We believe that this approach will help equip families with the tools and knowledge they need to best care and advocate for their child.
Glenwood offers more than 20 services for children, adolescents, adults, and families with mental health needs. Access to these services begins with a phone call to Glenwood’s Intake Department. You will be asked to share general information about the person for whom you are calling. The Intake Department will assess your needs and provide you information about specific services and programs. If Glenwood cannot meet your needs, information about other services available in your community will be provided.
Does this sound like your child?
• Delays in reaching developmental milestones and obtaining speech
• Difficulty with impulse control
• Noncompliant behavior
• Aggressive behavior
• Academic and learning challenges
• Anxiety, sadness, or depression
• Unusual reactions to sensory stimulation such as touch, textures, and noise
• Difficulty focusing
Signs of Autism:
• Difficulty making eye contact
• Difficulty showing or reading facial expressions
• Does not engage in interactive play with others
• Lack of response to his or her name
• Lack of showing gestures
• Repetitive movements with objects
• Repetitive or unusual body movement
• Restrictive repetitive interests
614 38th Street South
Birmingham, AL 35222
Contact: Lisa Braxton
Telephone: (205) 939-1088
Fax: (205) 212-6688