Our Services

Individual Therapy

Our Individual therapy in is designed to meet the needs and realities of today: telehealth or in-person therapy available. We are here for you now!

Get the support you need and quickly gain relevant skills to better cope with life’s challenges.

The goal of individual therapy is to help the patient work through their problems and improve their mental health which can be done by discussing the issues that are causing distress, developing coping skills, and learning how to deal with difficult emotions.

Family Therapy

We understand that every family faces unique challenges and difficulties, and we are here to help you navigate those challenges and find solutions that work for everyone. Our approach to family therapy is collaborative, respectful, and empathetic, and we work with families to create a safe and supportive environment for open communication and growth.

Our team of experienced therapists has specialized training in family therapy and uses evidence-based techniques to help families identify and

Neuro Magnetic Therapy

Also known as TMS therapy. TMS is a noninvasive technological breakthrough that involves applying a series of short magnetic pulses to stimulate nerve cells in areas of brain known to be associated with major depression.

The treatment for depression is sometimes called repetitive TMS (rTMS) because repetitive magnetic pulses are delivered. Studies have shown that repetitive TMS is twice as effective at improving symptoms of major depression than antidepressant medications and talk therapy.

Group Therapy

We believe that group therapy can be a powerful and effective way to address a variety of mental health concerns. Our groups are designed to provide a supportive and safe environment for individuals to connect with others who may be experiencing similar challenges.

Our experienced therapists lead groups that focus on a range of topics, including anxiety, depression, stress management, trauma recovery, and more. We use evidence-based techniques to help group members learn

Art Therapy

At our center, we believe in the power of creativity to support healing, growth, and self-discovery. Our art therapy services offer a unique approach to mental health treatment that can help individuals explore and express their emotions, reduce stress, and improve overall well-being.

Our licensed art therapists use a variety of art materials and techniques to help individuals access their inner resources and promote self-awareness. We work with individuals of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities, and

How Do I Know if Therapy is Right for Me?

If you’re considering therapy, you may be wondering if it’s the right choice for you. Here are some signs that therapy may be beneficial:

You’re struggling with persistent feelings of sadness, anxiety, or anger that interfere with your daily life.

You’re experiencing difficulties in your relationships, whether it’s with your partner, family members, or friends.

You’re facing a significant life change, such as a divorce, job loss, or the death of a loved one.

You’re dealing with a traumatic event or a history of trauma that’s impacting your mental health.

You’re experiencing physical symptoms, such as headaches or stomachaches, that have no clear medical explanation.

You’re having trouble coping with stress and are turning to unhealthy coping mechanisms, such as substance use or self-harm.

You’re feeling stuck or lost and are unsure of your life goals and values.

Remember that seeking therapy is a sign of strength, not weakness. Therapy can provide a safe and supportive space to explore your thoughts and feelings, learn new coping skills, and gain insight into yourself and your life. If you’re still unsure whether therapy is right for you, consider scheduling a consultation with a therapist to discuss your concerns and determine if therapy is the best option for you.

What is the difference between a psychiatrist and a therapist?
A psychiatrist is a mental health provider who specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of mental health conditions. They can prescribe medication, provide psychotherapy, and offer other forms of treatment. A therapist, on the other hand, is a mental health professional who specializes in talk therapy and other forms of psychotherapy. They do not prescribe medication, but they can work with a psychiatrist to provide comprehensive care.
How do I know if I need therapy or medication?
The decision to pursue therapy, medication, or both depends on the nature and severity of your symptoms, as well as your personal preferences and treatment goals. In general, therapy is recommended for mild to moderate symptoms, while medication may be necessary for more severe or persistent symptoms. A psychiatrist or therapist can help you determine the best course of treatment for your individual needs.
What can I expect during my first appointment with a psychiatrist or therapist?
During your first appointment, your psychiatrist or therapist will likely ask you about your symptoms, medical history, and personal background. They may also administer assessments or screenings to help with diagnosis and treatment planning. This initial appointment is an opportunity for you to ask questions, discuss your treatment goals, and determine whether the psychiatrist or therapist is a good fit for you.
How long does therapy typically last?
The length of therapy varies depending on the nature and severity of your symptoms, as well as your treatment goals. In general, short-term therapy may last anywhere from 6 to 20 sessions, while long-term therapy may continue for several months or even years. Your therapist or psychiatrist will work with you to determine the most appropriate length of treatment for your individual needs.
Is therapy confidential?

Yes, therapy is confidential, meaning that your therapist or psychiatrist cannot share information about your treatment without your consent, except in certain circumstances such as if they believe you are at risk of harm to yourself or others. However, there are some limits to confidentiality that will be discussed during your first session.


How do I choose a therapist or psychiatrist?
When choosing a therapist or psychiatrist, it’s important to find someone who is licensed, experienced, and specializes in the type of treatment you need. You can ask for recommendations from your primary care physician, insurance company, or trusted friends and family members. You can also search for licensed mental health professionals through online directories or professional organizations. It’s important to schedule a consultation or initial appointment to ensure that the therapist or psychiatrist is a good fit for you.
How much does therapy or psychiatry cost?
The cost of therapy or psychiatry varies depending on the type of treatment, location, and insurance coverage. Many therapists and psychiatrists offer sliding scale fees or accept insurance, so it’s important to inquire about fees and coverage before beginning treatment. If you are uninsured or underinsured, there may be low-cost or free mental health services available in your community.

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