Multilingual Psychotherapy Centers serve children, adolescents and adults who are eligible for Medicaid/Medicaid HMOs (Humana, Prestige, Molina, Clear Health Alliance, Freedom Health, Sunshine, Magellan Complete care, CMS/Concordia). We also accept Healthy Kids, Child Net Funded and self-pay clients/patients.

Accepted insurance plans:

  • Aetna Healthy Kid

  • AmeriHealth Caritas

  • Brighter Family


  • ChildNet

  • Clear Health Alliance

  • CMS Tilte 19

  • CMS Tilte 21

  • Community Care Plan Medical

  • Community Care Plan HealthyKids

  • Humana

  • Medicaid (Full Medicaid)

  • Medicare

  • Medicare United (Per Referral)

  • Medicare/Aetna (Per Referral)

  • Medicare/Humana (Per Referral)

  • Medicare/Wellcare (Per Referral)

  • Simply Healthcare

  • Simly Healthy Kids

  • Sunshine Health

  • Sunshine Welfare


Referral Form

Multilingual Psychotherapy provides therapeutic services in the home or office, case management services, psychiatric and psychological services through their diversity, in an appropriate manner, culturally and linguistically.

Please use one of the available options so we can quickly provide the services needed.

  • Phone: Call admissions to 561.712.8821 Choose Option #4 (For new patients or returning for services).

  • Online: Complete and summit a MPCI Referral Form

  • Fax: Complete, print and fax the MPCI Referral Form to 561.712.8070
  • Email: Complete, print, scan and email the Referral Form to [email protected]

Intake/Screening Process

Your first appointment scheduled will be with a therapist for the screening process. The screening will provide:

  • Mental health screening
  • Assessment of the level of care
  • Evaluate the level of functioning
  • Determine the person’s readiness for change
  • Identify and meet cultural and linguistic needs

Forms needed for the screening appointment(copies are accepted)

  • Identification of guardian or self if adult
  • Insurance card
  • Birth certificate (if a child) or guardianship paperwork
  • Social security (if available)
  • Any doctors referral forms
  • Any other medical/behavioral forms that you may want us to have



Intensive Case Management

The primary goal of Targeted Case Management is to optimize the functioning of members who have complex needs by coordinating the provision of quality treatment and support services in the most efficient and effective manner. Targeted Case Management services include working with the member and the member’s natural support system to develop and implement the member’s service plan.


Psychosocial Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation services are intended to restore a recipient’s skills and abilities essential for independent living. Activities include: development and maintenance of necessary daily living skills; food planning and preparation; money management; maintenance of the living environment; and training in appropriate use of community services.


Psychological Services

A psychological evaluation is an assessment, evaluation, and diagnosis of the recipient’s mental status or psychological conditions through the use of different testing methodologies. The recipient is assessed for treatment planning, clarification of diagnosis, school class placement, etc.

Any Questions?

Yes, we provide services for children and adults.

Yes, we have providers that speak Spanish, Creole and Portuguese.

Yes, we provide services in the community and cover all of Palm Beach County.

Therapists are at least a master’s level or licensed. Medical providers are board certified psychiatrists or Nurse practitioners.
Psychiatrists treat clients primarily by prescribing medication, psychologists use tests and other assessment tools to measure and observe a client’s behavior to arrive at a diagnosis and guide treatment; while therapists mainly rely on providing talk and/or behavioral therapy.
No. If you having an emergency please call 911 or go to the nearest hospital for immediate assistance.
It will depend on the type of insurance you currently have.
No. If you need behavioral health services please just give us a call for further assistance.

A psychiatrist is a medical doctor that can prescribe medication. A psychologist performs tests to evaluate, measure, and observe behaviors, emotions and thoughts. These tests determine the cause, severity, and duration of symptoms.

Yes. We follow HIPAA guidelines.

For medication management, you will be assessed by a psychiatrist who will determine the need for medication. If needed, you will be prescribed medication.

Yes. Medicaid/Medicare. For a complete list of insurances, please click on the “Admissions” tab on our website.
It can be if you feel comfortable enough with it and you have the proper set up where you feel safe with the information being shared.
Being an active participant in your treatment is the best way to reach your goals in therapy.
Call 911 or 988. Please go to your nearest hospital for immediate assistance.
We would love to hear your story so we can complete the assessment and together we can identify the best interventions for your treatment.
  • A: For minors we need Birth certificate, parent ID and Insurance card.
  • A: For adults we need ID and Insurance card.
  • A: For adults who have a legal guardian, we need guardian paperwork, ID and Insurance card.

However, there are unique situations and our Admissions department will be able to assist you.

Accredited by the Commission for Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF)


Certified by the Florida Department of Management Services as a Minority, Women & Florida Veterans Business enterprise

We are approved by the Florida Department of Health to provide CEU’s for licensed professionals (LCSW, LMHC & LMFT)

Florida Department of Health

Licensed by the Florida Agency for Healthcare Administration (AHCA)