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A psychotherapist uses talk therapy and other treatment modalities to treat and support people with emotional problems and mental illnesses. They also work with individuals, couples, groups, & families to process day to day stressors. We work with an disorders such as ADHD, anxiety, BPD, psychosis, depression, mood disorders, etc.

We work with ages 8 years old and older.

Rehabilitative Services

Specialized services provided by a therapist or a therapist's assistant to a client to attain optimal functioning (e.g., BST, PSR,  Reiki, Yoga, etc.)

Reiki Meditation

Reiki Healing: It helps with overcoming past trauma, stress, anxiety, depression, worried thoughts and grief. It is a practice that can be hands on or hands off; identifying one’s energy source and setting good and healthy intents. This allows a much positive closure of what one may battle. Reiki can be done in person or distanced; it can be performed on anything and anyone whom you want to bring in healing and positive energy into.


A psychiatrist can prescribe medication to help with anything from ADHD, psychosis, anxiety, mood disorders, and depression. Medication management is a vital part of the psychiatric process of working with a psychiatrist to ensure that your psychiatric medications are effective and safe.

Life Coaching

Life Coaches work with functioning individuals who are looking to create a pathway to reaching set goals. Whether it is work, personal or family, coaches act as unbiased thinking partners and hold their clients accountable by typically having weekly or bi-weekly one-hour sessions.

Case Management

A professional and collaborative process that assesses, plans, implements, coordinates, monitors, and evaluates the options and services required to meet an individual's health needs.

Cooking For Mental Wellness

You are what you eat! Did you know what you are eating could cause mental, physical, or emotional problems? The link between diet and emotions stems from the close relationship between your brain and your gastrointestinal tract, often called the “second brain". Learn more with our personal chef.

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