That you can live outside of your depression, anxiety, and suffering.
That mental illness, like physical illness, is a treatable condition.
It can happen to anyone for any reason, and in most cases, it is preventable.
That you can change the way you feel.
That after a few sessions with us, you won’t want to go back to the old way of being.
Be proactive and show kindness to yourself. You don’t have to feel terrible to call us.
You can change the way you feel.
Did you know?
Half of all mental disorders start by the age of 14 and peak during the transition from childhood to young adulthood.
1 in 5 people will experience clinically relevant mental health problems before the age of 25.
1 in 4 adults suffer from one or more diagnosable mental disorder.
Anxiety disorders are the most common and are highly treatable, yet only 37% of those suffering receive treatment.
Intervention strategies have positive effects on eliminating the presenting problem and in improving other areas such as interpersonal conflict, loneliness, and work life balance.
Reasons to book an appointment
Annual Mental Health Wellness Exam
Everybody benefits from an annual mental health wellness exam. You will benefit from learning about how your mind works, how it affects your daily living and what to do about emerging mental health symptoms.
Catch it before it worsens. Come in for self-discovery, life changes, decision making, relationship/dating, self-esteem, work, bad habits, skills learning, and mental health education.
Regular appointments help maintain recovery efforts. Whether you have a temporary concern or you are working on managing a mental health diagnosis. Weekly, biweekly, or monthly sessions are available to fit your schedule.
Please come in to see us if you have been feeling hopeless, down, or anxious - and certainly if you've been experiencing suicidal thoughts. We're also here when you encounter an unexpected negative life change, are dealing with chronic illness, struggling with substance use, experiencing poor sleep, or if you can’t stop worrying.