top of page
Services: Services


Initial Assessment

The initial evaluation is conducted by a mental health professional. During this appointment, we will ask you a number of questions in a variety of areas so that our clinical staff can arrive at a diagnosis.

Treatment Planning

After the initial evaluation, we will work with you (and your family when appropriate) to develop an individualized treatment plan. This will outline the direction of your therapeutic services and objectives for your treatment.

Individual & Family Therapy

These are ongoing sessions where our clinicians will work with you individually or with you and any family members to help you make progress towards your established treatment plan goals and objectives.

Psychological Testing

Psychological testing might be recommended for you, or you might request it on your own. Performed by a psychologist, we will administer a variety of tests specifically geared toward your presenting issues.

Medication Management

In some cases, medication might be recommended beyond therapy and other treatments. A psychiatrist will identify the best medication for you, and you will meet regularly with them to review your response to any prescribed medications and monitor for potential side effects.

Case Management

Visits by case managers to patients' homes or schools might be recommended by your psychiatrist, counselor, or social worker to support your needs beyond our office. Not all insurance companies cover this, but our staff can help you explore your options.

Treatment Areas


We assist patients in dealing with a

variety of issues, including:

  • Adjustment issues

  • Anxiety

  • Autism spectrum disorders

  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

  • Behavior/conduct problems

  • Bipolar disorder

  • Depression

  • Divorce

  • Eating disorders

  • Gender identity

  • Marital conflict

  • Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)

  • Personality disorders

  • Parent/child conflict

  • Relationship problems

  • School difficulties (academic, behavioral)

  • Workplace difficulties

bottom of page