The Psychosocial Unit is a service provided by the Chickasaw Nation that connects patients with trained psychologists who can diagnose a wide range of cognitive and emotional issues, including ADD, learning disorders, autism, PTSD and depression. This program also serves school-age children with special educational needs that schools have trouble addressing in a timely manner. Featuring private, one-on-one sessions, the Psychosocial Unit offers a comprehensive style of care that goes beyond diagnosis and drawing up a treatment plan. The psychologists work on long-term solutions such as developing support networks for recovering patients. This service is valuable for anyone seeking a judgment-free setting in which to receive critical mental health support. For more information about the Psychosocial Unit, visit Chickasaw.net.