who we help

Young Adults

Some young adults have a difficult time completing an educational plan, transitioning into productive work life, and forming stable social relationships. This is especially true if they needed psychiatric intervention in the past. Even though parents recognize that their children need to be independent, parents also need to be aware that this is a time when serious psychiatric illness can make a sudden appearance and may require parental support in accessing a psychiatric assessment.

how & why

Navigating the transition from late adolescence to becoming an adult can be a challenge.

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?