We help you find your strength to cope with life's challenges.  

Anxiety 

Occasional anxiety is a part of everyday life. But when anxiety is persistent and impedes your ability to perform your job or other aspects of daily living, you may have anxiety disorder. Some common anxiety disorders include generalized anxiety, panic disorder and phobias.  Learn more...

Depression

People often use the word "depressed" to describe temporary feelings of sadness or discouragement.  Clinical depression, while very common, is a serious mood disorder characterized by severe feelings of sadness, worthlessness, hopelessness, irritability and/or guilt that persist for at least two weeks and impact one or more areas of your life, such as sleep, work and/or appetite.  Learn more...

Couples/Relationships

Sometimes couples need to re-establish the foundation that brought them together. Constant arguing, infidelity, or poor communication skills contribute to discord. We can help you improve your ability to talk to one another, rebuild trust, and enhance emotional and sexual intimacy. 

Trauma

According to Psychology Today, trauma is defined as "severe psychological distress caused by a terrible or life-threatening event." Past trauma can impact every aspect of your life, and can be debilitating, but you can heal from it. Learn more... 

Grief & Loss

Losing  a loved one is distressing and the grieving process is different for each of us. Grief often includes feelings of sadness, numbness, guilt and anger. Typically, these feelings lessen over time, but sometimes they persist and interfere with your ability to function. This is called "complicated grief."  Learn more...

Co-Occurring Disorder

Individuals who have a mental health diagnosis along with substance use disorder (addiction) have Co-Occurring Disorder. By employing a integrated approach, we can help you work on your addiction and your mental health issues together. Read more about Co-Occurring Disorder...