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Our Services

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Psychiatry
(Coming soon in California and Arizona)

Psychiatric Providers specialize in mental health and can prescribe medication as part of your treatment. They also provide consultation and evaluation to clarify your mental health needs. Several psychiatric providers also provide therapy or ‘counseling’ that focuses on helping you address your mental health problems through talking and problem-solving.

Our psychiatric provider will work with you on:

  • Psychiatric Consultation and Evaluation

  • Psychiatric Counselling

  • Medication Management

What we treat?

  • Mood Disorders

  • ADHD

  • Schizophrenia,

  • Schizoaffective Disorder

  • Anxiety Disorders

  • Autism

  • Trauma

  • Eating Disorders

  • Personality Disorders

Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy, or talk therapy, is a way to help people with a broad variety of mental illnesses and emotional difficulties. Psychotherapy can help eliminate or control troubling symptoms so a person can function better and can increase well-being and healing.

Problems helped by psychotherapy include difficulties in coping with daily life; the impact of trauma, medical illness or loss, like the death of a loved one; and specific mental disorders, like depression or anxiety. There are several different types of psychotherapy and some types may work better with certain problems or issues. Psychotherapy may be used in combination with medication or other therapies.

Consultation
Consultation

Therapy Sessions

Therapy may be conducted in an individual, family, couple, or group setting, and can help both children and adults. Sessions are typically held once a week for about 30 to 50. Both patient and therapist need to be actively involved in psychotherapy. The trust and relationship between a person and his/her therapist is essential to working together effectively and benefiting from psychotherapy. We currently offer Teletherapy.

Types of Therapy

Psychiatrists and other mental health professionals use several types of therapy. The choice of therapy type depends on the patient’s particular illness and circumstances and his/her preference. Therapists may combine elements from different approaches to best meet the needs of the person receiving treatment.

  • Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) helps people identify and change thinking and behavior patterns that are harmful or ineffective, replacing them with more accurate thoughts and functional behaviors. It can help a person focus on current problems and how to solve them. It often involves practicing new skills in the “real world.” CBT can be helpful in treating a variety of disorders, including depression, anxiety, trauma related disorders, and eating disorders. For example, CBT can help a person with depression recognize and change negative thought patterns or behaviors that are contributing to the depression.
     

  • Interpersonal therapy (IPT) is a short-term form of treatment. It helps patients understand underlying interpersonal issues that are troublesome, like unresolved grief, changes in social or work roles, conflicts with significant others, and problems relating to others. It can help people learn healthy ways to express emotions and ways to improve communication and how they relate to others. It is most often used to treat depression.
     

  • Dialectical behavior therapy is a specific type of CBT that helps regulate emotions. It is often used to treat people with chronic suicidal thoughts and people with borderline personality disorder, eating disorders and PTSD. It teaches new skills to help people take personal responsibility to change unhealthy or disruptive behavior. It involves both individual and group therapy.
     

  • Psychodynamic therapy is based on the idea that behavior and mental well-being are influenced by childhood experiences and inappropriate repetitive thoughts or feelings that are unconscious (outside of the person’s awareness). A person works with the therapist to improve self-awareness and to change old patterns so he/she can more fully take charge of his/her life.
     

  • Psychoanalysis is a more intensive form of psychodynamic therapy. Sessions are typically conducted three or more times a week.

Supportive therapy uses guidance and encouragement to help patients develop their own resources. It helps build self-esteem, reduce anxiety, strengthen coping mechanisms, and improve social and community functioning. Supportive psychotherapy helps patients deal with issues related to their mental health conditions which in turn affect the rest of their lives.

Child and Adolescent Behavioral Health Services

If your child is having angry outbursts, having trouble at school or acting withdrawn, he might be suffering from depression, anxiety or another mental health disorder. An accurate diagnosis and an age-appropriate treatment program can help him/her enjoy being a kid again. Other prominent mental health diagnosis are ADHD, conduct disorders, mood disorders such as depressive and bipolar disorders, along with motor and vocal tic disorders. Common biologic remedies include low dose antidepressants and or mood stabilizers to alleviate pervasive symptoms. 

 

We are currently accepting patients ages 4 to 17. 

Speech Therapy
Life coaching
Health and Life Coaching

Life coaches aid their clients in improving their relationships, careers, and day-to-day lives. Life coaches can help you clarify your goals, identify the obstacles holding you back, and then come up with strategies for overcoming each obstacle.

 

Health Coach/ Wellness Coach

In addition to nutrition and lifestyle measures, health coaches consider the way one's work and home routines, personal relationships, and employment satisfaction, as well as emotional, physical, and spiritual health can shape an individual's sense of well-being.

Wellness Program

A wellness program is designed to maintain or improve well-being through proper nutrition, weight loss, and preventive education.


Dietitians and nutritionists counsel clients on nutrition issues and healthy eating habits. Dietitians and nutritionists are experts in the use of food and nutrition to promote health and manage disease. They plan and conduct food service or nutritional programs to help people lead healthy lives. Our dietician is currently seeing patients by appointments only. 

Person Cooking Healthy Meal
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