How Can We Help You?

Not sure what’s wrong? These are some of the common mental health conditions we treat.


Understanding ADD & ADHD

As many as 5 percent of adults struggle with attention deficit disorder (ADD) or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), making it hard to focus and be productive at home and work.

Not Just for Kids

Many children are diagnosed with ADD/ADHD, but adults can face similar struggles with undiagnosed ADD/ADHD.

Signs of ADD/ADHD

Inattentive behaviors like forgetfulness and trouble focusing, as well as hyperactive-impulsive behaviors like fidgeting, restlessness, and impulse control are all part of ADD/ADHD.

Take Back Control

Treatment for ADD/ADHD can help you regain control and reduce the symptoms, so you can feel productive and improve your quality of life!


Understanding Anxiety

Anxiety is when you frequently feel excessive worry and fear even in normal, low-stress situations. You don’t have to feel that way forever!

Signs of Anxiety

Feeling edgy or tense all the time? Do you feel stressed and overwhelmed by daily situations and encounters? These could be signs of anxiety.

Types of Anxiety

General anxiety is common, but there are other anxiety disorders like panic attacks, social anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder and and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

Manage Your Anxiety

With therapy and possibly medications, you can get your anxiety under control and start living your best life.


Understanding Bipolar Disorder

The cycle of highs and lows of bipolar disorder can make getting through daily life a huge challenge.

Signs of Bipolar Disorder

The hallmark of bipolar disorder is the cycle between the “highs” or manic episodes and the “lows” or depressive episodes.

Types of Bipolar

The types of bipolar disorder relate to the severity of the symptoms from Bipolar I, Bipolar II, to Cyclothymic disorder.

Diagnosis for Bipolar Disorder

Being diagnosed with bipolar disorder is the first step. With treatment, you can have a successful, fulfilling life!


Understanding Substance Abuse

If you are struggling with heavy drinking or drug use, we can help. Recently out of treatment and seeking support? We can help with that, too.

Alcohol and Drug Use

Drinking heavily and using drugs can be a sign of a larger problem you may be dealing with in your life.

Therapy Can Help

If you feel your substance use is becoming a problem, speaking with a therapist can help you understand your habits and regain control.

Stay Sober

If you have completed an addiction treatment program, ongoing counseling and medication management can help you stay sober.


Understanding Insomnia

Insomnia can occasionally be caused by nerves—anything from worrying about missing an early flight to starting a new job in the morning.

Signs of Insomnia

Insomnia makes it hard for a person to fall asleep, stay asleep, or enter deep enough sleep to feel rested.

Causes of Insomnia?

The causes of insomnia depend on various factors. Insomnia can be acute, happening for a few days of the week for a short time, or chronic, lasting for months.

Diagnosing Insomnia

A doctor can diagnose insomnia based on your medical history and sleep issues. Describe your symptoms and answer questions about your sleep patterns or any other issues you are having.


Understanding Mood Disorder

A mood disorder describes a wide variation of emotional states that can change frequently, ranging from distressed moods like depression to high-energy, elated moods. Constantly changing moods may affect someone’s emotional health and ability to focus.

Signs of Mood Disorder

Mood disorder symptoms and circumstances may vary, but some common experiences are feelings of irritability, depression, mania, as well as changes to diet and sleep patterns.

Long-Term Concerns

If left untreated, mood disorders can hamper your ability to focus and manage relationships; it can greatly alter your physical health if it is affecting diet and sleep patterns.

Managing Moods

We can properly diagnose mood disorder and offer valuable care options to help you manage and remedy the condition.


Understanding Hormonal Imbalance

Hormonal imbalance happens when a person is receiving too much or too little of one or more hormones, which are chemicals created in the body’s endocrine system. These chemicals help facilitate proper function and development of organs and tissues.

Symptoms of Hormonal Imbalance

People dealing with hormonal imbalance can suffer from fluctuating weight gain, increased heart rate, disrupted sleep cycles, and much more. Symptoms can also vary depending on genetic composition.

Diagnosing Hormonal Imbalance

Understanding what is causing a hormonal imbalance depends on the specific diagnosis, since the causes can vary greatly. Physical examinations, blood tests, and other common procedures can identify potential causes of hormonal imbalance.


Once we’ve properly diagnosed the cause of your hormonal imbalance, our expert clinical team can offer you the best available treatment options.


Understanding Depression

Depression is more than feeling sad. This mood disorder can be debilitating, but treatment can help you understand and manage your depression to start feeling better.

Signs of Depression

Depression may look different for everyone, but there are signs that what you or a loved one is going through may be a depressive disorder.

Types of Depression

Some common, specific types of depression are Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), Dysthymia, and Postpartum Depression. There are many other types of depression, as well.

Feel Better

You can feel better and manage your depression. Therapy and sometimes medications can help you take back your life from depression.