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    No matter what
    you're going through,
    we are here to help.

    Modern life demands a lot from us—but when you’re in distress, it can feel as though you can barely keep your head above water.

    Whether you’re just beginning to explore treatment options or whether you’ve been previously treated or have chased solutions for years, we want you to know: you deserve more. We are here to listen to your every concern, deeply understand the root causes of your suffering, and deliver thoughtful, compassionate care.

    If none of the conditions listed below resonate with you, give us a call and we can help determine whether we can be of service. And if we’re not the right fit, we will refer you to a trusted colleague in your community.

    Our Expertise

    ADHD

    Diagnosing ADHD is not easy—and yet a correct diagnosis can be truly life changing. Our doctors understand the nuances of this complex condition.

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    Anxiety

    Anxiety can be experienced as a sense of dread, and may lead to recurring thoughts and feelings that disturb you, sleepless nights, and more.

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    Autism Spectrum Disorders

    If you or a loved one has an Autism Spectrum Disorder, our clinicians can equip you with tools to grow and thrive, including genetic testing.

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    Behavior Problems

    Negative behavior in children can take its toll on families. If you’re worried about your child, we can help with diagnosis, therapy, and parent training.

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    Bipolar Disorder

    We all experience highs and lows in life—but extreme mood swings can be devastating. Using precision medicine, our clinicians can help. 

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    Depression

    Depression—from a lack of energy to feelings of worthlessness—can chip away at the core of your being. If you feel your sense of hope slipping away, we are here to help.

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    Eating Disorders

    With so many messages about food and body image in our culture, it can be all too easy for individuals to develop an eating disorder—but we can give you tools and techniques to overcome it.

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    Leaky Gut Syndrome

    The gut and the brain are intimately connected—and a leaky gut can quickly lead to brain inflammation, immune system compromise, brain fog, anxiety, depression, and more.

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    Long-COVID Depression and Brain Fog

    Long-COVID can be a debilitating, frightening condition. Often a COVID long-hauler just wants to feel healthy like they used to – they just want their old life back.

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    Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

    If left untreated, OCD can invade or disrupt your entire life. Using genetic testing, we can provide targeted interventions to help bring about relief. 

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    Panic Disorder

    Often accompanied by feelings of dread or doom, sweating, chills, and a racing heart, panic attacks can be truly debilitating—yet are easily treated.

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    Phobias & Social Anxiety

    Phobias and social anxiety require specific treatment to dissolve—but with a caring therapist, you can get rid of your symptoms for good.

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    PTSD & Post-Trauma

    Traumatic experiences create indelible, lifelong effects. We offer evidence-based therapies for PTSD, along with the expert use of medications that help.

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    Separation, Divorce & Child Custody

    Grappling with separation or divorce can be a highly emotional time in your life—especially if it involves children. We guide you through this turbulent transition toward a better future.

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    Stress Management

    Managing stress improves emotional, physical, and brain health. Our interventions may include talk therapy, personalized nutrition, and medications.

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    Substance Use

    It can be hard to own up to a problem with substance use. Our board-certified addiction psychiatrists are leaders in this field and are here to listen.

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