Services

Evaluations

      • Mental Health Evaluations/Assessments
      • Substance Use Disorder Evaluations/Assessments
      • Diagnostic Evaluations/Assessments

Consultations

      • What is the problem and what can I/we do about it?

Psychiatric Medication Evaluation

      • Service with Board Certified Child/Adolescent Psychiatrist to review whether psychiatric medication intervention might be beneficial
      • Service with Board Certified General Psychiatrist (for adults) to review whether psychiatric medication intervention might be beneficial

Psychiatric Medication Management

      • Board Certified Child/Adolescent Psychiatrist provides regular reviews of use of psychiatric medication intervention to maximize benefits.
      • Board Certified General Psychiatrist (for adults) provides regular reviews of use of psychiatric medication intervention to maximize benefits.

Couples/Relational Therapy  — Includes, but is not limited to:

      • Marital Stress
      • Communication Issues
      • Infidelity
      • Life Transitions/Adjustment Concerns
      • Parenting Guidance
      • Divorce, Effective Parenting Through Divorce
      • Mental Illness and/or Substance Use/Addictive Behavior and Effects on Relationships

Family Therapy  — Includes, but is not limited to:

      • Conflict and Family Discord
      • Communication Issues
      • Life Transitions and Adjustment Concerns
      • Blended Family Issues
      • Loss/Grief Issues

Adult Individual Therapy — Includes, but is not limited to:

      • Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Other Mood Disorders
      • Anxiety Disorders
      • Adult ADHD
      • PTSD and Other Trauma Related Issues
      • OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
      • Substance Use Disorder
      • Dual Diagnosis (Both Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorder)
      • Postpartum Depression and Postpartum Anxiety
      • General Conflict/Conflict Resolution
      • Work Related Stress/Career Concerns
      • Chronic Health Issues
      • Women’s Issues
      • Life Transitions and Adjustment Concerns
      • InsomniaParenting Issues

Adolescent Individual Therapy  — Includes, but is not limited to:

      • Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Other Mood Disorders
      • Anxiety Disorders
      • ADHD
      • PTSD and Other Trauma Related Issues
      • OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
      • Substance Use Disorder
      • Behavioral Problems
      • Autistic Spectrum Disorder  — for Higher Functioning Patients with ASD (verbal and teachable): adaptive skill building and coping strategies; parent education and guidance
      • Peer Relationship Issues
      • Social Skill Deficits
      • Attachment Issues
      • General Conflict Issues
      • Family Problems
      • Anger Issues
      • Life Transitions and Adjustment Disorders
      • Loss/Grief Issues

Child Individual Therapy  — Includes, but is not limited to:

      • Emotional/Behavioral Problems
      • Social Skill Deficit
      • Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Other Mood Disorders
      • Anxiety Disorders
      • ADHD
      • PTSD and Other Trauma Related Issues
      • OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder)
      • Autistic Spectrum Disorder  — for Higher Functioning Patients with ASD (verbal and teachable): adaptive skill building and coping strategies; parent education and guidance
      • Peer Relationship Issues
      • Attachment Issues
      • General Conflict Issues
      • Family Problems
      • Anger Issues
      • Life Transitions and Adjustment Disorders
      • Loss/Grief Issues

Group Therapy

      • Various Skill Building Focus Groups (such as: Assertiveness Training, Social Skills Training, etc.)
      • Various Therapeutic Support Groups (such as: Women’s Issues, Loss and Grief, Adolescent Issues, etc.)

Clinical Interventions (Substance Use Disorders and Mental Health Disorders)

      • A planned, confidential process for motivating a loved one or professional colleague to engage in treatment for a substance use disorder, a mental health issue, or both.  It is a MYTH that a person has to “want” help or to “hit bottom”.  A clinical intervention is designed to “bring the bottom up” before a person loses everything he/she values or dies.