O’Connor Professional Group (OPG) offers a continuum of services to guide individuals and families through the behavioral health industry by providing concierge services to identify suitable treatment and aftercare options, and assist in creating and implementing sustainable recovery plans. We help address the needs of those struggling with behavioral health issues that include addictions, mental health issues, eating disorders, and mood and personality disorders. OPG also supports individuals on the autism spectrum and young adults lacking clinical diagnoses, who are struggling with transitions to independence.
OPG utilizes a multidisciplinary approach and provides highly individualized services across diagnoses, specifically addressing the unique needs of every client. Our team members range from licensed clinicians with years of experience to individuals who have worked in a variety of behavioral health programs. We help clients and families navigate the behavioral health industry by creating and implementing sustainable recovery programs. Our mission at OPG is to help individuals and their families thrive in recovery.
What Differentiates Us?
Client-Centered Services: Our services are designed to accommodate a wide range of family and individual needs. We tailor services to meet clients’ clinical profiles and logistical preferences (i.e., frequency and type of services, geographical considerations). We value the need for discretion and can offer in-home options. Our administrative support team ensures a smooth customer experience.
Diverse, High-Quality Team: Our team is comprised of experts with in-depth knowledge of a range of behavioral health issues. Clients are matched to staff members based on their preferences and our multidisciplinary team ensures that the holistic needs of clients are met.
Broad Network: O’Connor Professional Group maintains an extensive network of professionals across the country. We are able to work in any location, including internationally.
Strong Supervision: Staff members at OPG receive clinical training and individual supervision, and have regular phone and in-person reviews of their cases to ensure high-quality care.