Onsite and Virtual Care Available

We are providing telehealth services for most treatment during COVID-19 including psychiatry, individual therapy, group therapy, and IOP for substance use disorders. In addition, we are now offering limited in-person treatment for individuals who are ineligible for or unable to use teletherapy. Please call 866.852.4001 to set up your first appointment, and we can review which type of service will best suit your situation.

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Accepting New Patients!

To schedule your first appointment call 866.852.4001.

Our highly trained psychologists and social workers provide professional services with compassion and understanding, providing treatment for children, teens, adults and seniors as well as couples and families. Most treatment is in the welcoming environment of our clinic, and our clinicians now offer online teletherapy so you can pursue treatment from the comfort of your home or office.

Services

  • Counseling and therapy
  • Art therapy
  • Psychiatric evaluations, consultation and medication management
  • Consultation with physicians, churches, agencies and schools
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Senior services
  • Speakers Bureau

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“Mindfulness has changed my life.”

“My daughter’s therapist has been very helpful. I’ve seen a difference in her mood and attitude.”

“My therapist is a very caring, kind and warm.”

“If not for the work I have done here, I would not be alive.”

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To schedule a new outpatient appointment, call 866.852.4001.