Outpatient Treatment is a service designed to meet the clinically significant behavior or psychological symptoms or patterns that have been identified as treatment needs of the recipient. This service is provided through scheduled therapeutic treatment sessions. The service may be provided to an individual, family, or group. Outpatient Treatment consists of multiple activities with the goal of meeting the clinical needs of service recipients. Outpatient services include: counseling, psychotherapy, medication therapy, assessment, psychological testing and collateral work with family (or substitute family) members of a service recipient of all ages.