who we help


Life events such as the loss of a job or a divorce, a life threatening or chronic illness, physical changes in your body that come with pregnancy or menopause, or a trauma may trigger an episode of psychiatric illness. Many of our new patients are aware of their mental health challenges and just need assistance managing a previously identified psychiatric diagnosis. Whatever the reason you are seeking care, we can help you.

how & why

As you navigate your way through life, you may need to seek help for a psychiatric disorder.

1 in 5

Americans have a mental health condition

Symptom: Sleep problems (too much or too little)

322 M

people worldwide live with depression

Symptom: Feeling sad or excessively low

800 M

people suffer from mental health disorders worldwide

Symptom: Avoiding friends and social activities

42.5 M

Americans suffer from anxiety

Symptom: Changes in eating habits


of all veterans struggle with mental health or substance use

Symptom: Prolonged or intense feelings of irritability or anger


Frequently Asked Questions

How soon can I be seen?
How much does therapy cost?
What is the difference between therapy and psychiatry?
What types of therapy do you offer?
What can I expect from my first appointment?
Can I expect to feel better right away?