Psychotherapy is a collaborative treatment rooted in the relationship between you and your therapist. Often referred to as “talk therapy,” it centers on open dialogue in a supportive, nonjudgmental environment. Therapists are not just good listeners - they are highly-trained in identifying unproductive patterns of behavior and thought, how these patterns originated and what you can do to change them.
We offer treatment for a wide range of concerns. Here are some of those most commonly treated at The Clinic:
Given that we all feel sad, stressed or anxious at various times, it can be difficult to know whether your experience warrants professional intervention. Unfortunately, too many people who would benefit from help do not seek treatment. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), only 46%-65% of those who suffer from moderate to severe mental health issues get treatment. Here are some questions to ask yourself when considering whether seeing a provider could be helpful:
Countless studies have demonstrated that psychotherapy can help people make positive changes that improve their relationships, performance at work or school, and overall quality of life. At The Clinic our goal is to help you gain a deeper understanding of yourself and develop practical skills to help you manage your unique struggles, as well as, guide you through life’s inevitable ups and downs.
Among our team of mental health professionals, we have doctors who have expertise in a variety of treatment methods. When you call our team, we will help you find the right treatment for you.
The Clinic is specialized in the following areas:
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