Our frame of reference attends to where you are in the developmental phases of your life, your psychological understanding of your situation (what you see, think, and feel), and your unique biology..
Together we develop an understanding of the strengths and limitations of your family, your social network, and how you are connected to a supportive environment. Using this biopsychosocial approach, we implement treatments that may involve medication, psychotherapy, education, activity, and social development to effect change.
We start treatment with an evaluation and problem assessment. Developing an authentic, shared understanding of your situation allows us to work together to improve how you feel and engage in a process of growth and change. If we believe that you require treatment services that we do not provide, we can help you connect with supplemental services and coordinate continuity of care.