Mental Health

mental healthMental health issues affect about one in four Americans. Mental health problems disrupt the way a person feels, thinks and behaves.

If you have a diagnosis of a mental health disorder, we want to convey that you are not alone. There is hope, help, and treatment available.

Many people feel a sense of shame in regards to having a mental health disorder. We want to assure you that there is no reason to feel ashamed of your diagnosis. Mental health issues do not define you. Mental health issues are not a testament to your personality, nor does their presence signify your worth.

A diagnosis is the first step on the road to recovery. Once you have an awareness of the issue at hand, you can work with your doctor to begin a treatment plan. Treatment for mental health illness will shine a positive light on your situation.

Proper treatment, education, and support are essential aspects of treating mental health disorders. We believe that “awareness is the vehicle to change.” If you think you may be suffering from any type of mental illness, let us help you pinpoint what your diagnosis could be and allow our trained staff to help you overcome your problems.

You may be wondering what causes mental health issues. Several factors could be a baseline for mental illnesses:

  • Genetic
  • Environmental
  • Physical
  • Situational
  • Psychological
  • Cultural influences

We do not believe in spending inordinate amounts of time on the age-old question, “Which came first, the chicken or the egg?” The “whys” will be addressed throughout your specific treatment process. The first order of business is centered on what we can do to treat the disorder.

We believe that progressive action is imperative in combating mental health disorders.

“Mental health… is not a destination but a process. It’s about how you drive, not where you are going.” Noam Shpancer, The Good Psychologist: A novel


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