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    Helping with Separation,
    Divorce & Child Custody

    Saying goodbye to
    your partner

    Saying goodbye to your partner can mean saying goodbye to a future you long held certain, to an identity that defined you for years or even decades, and to a person whose heart you knew intimately. And if children are involved, it can also mean saying goodbye to routines, family traditions, and more.

    Sometimes you know you’re making the right choice. Other times, you may feel paralyzed with indecision. No matter where you are in the process of separation, divorce, or child custody issues, we are here to help.

    Our relationship experts can help guide you and your family through this next phase of life with integrity and dignity. This is an emotionally challenging time, and having someone stand by you as you make tough decisions can be a priceless tool to help you avoid further trauma and loss.


    How We Help


    Being alone does not have to mean living in loneliness. Our clinicians help you and your children find hope in your new future.

    Child custody cases

    We provide child custody evaluations, evaluation of adults in matters of parental rights and fitness, evaluations of allegations of abuse and neglect, and more.

    Root Cause Psychiatry

    In our Root Cause program, we partner with you to determine genetically-based lifestyle and nutritional interventions that help you feel your best.


    Mourning your relationship?

    Divorce or the loss of a significant relationship is often experienced in the same way as the death of a loved one—and it can be accompanied by similar manifestations of mourning, including shock and denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and finally acceptance. These emotions frequently don’t occur in order, and sometimes they coincide with one another. If you’re feeling emotional whiplash, we can help.

    Separation, Divorce &
    Child Custody Resources

    Taking care of your mental health through your separation or divorce

    Grappling with divorce, and child custody issues can often trigger depression, anxiety, and other mental health concerns. Learn more about how we can help.

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