We believe in treating the complete person. We understand the connection between mental/spiritual health, physical health and financial health. We utilize many approaches such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Client-Centered therapy and Systemic approaches. We offer individual counseling, family counseling and group therapy.
Over the years we've seen the devastating effect of poor financial health on people's mental health. Managing personal finances and Mental Health go hand in hand. If you are struggling to keep control of your income and expenses, you may find that your mental health is affected. Likewise, if you find that you cannot cope with your feelings or behavior, your finances may get neglected.
The stress associated with financial difficulties can lead to:
- feelings of inadequacy or hopelessness
- lack of security
- conflict within your family
- vulnerability, giving control of financial matters to third parties
Our approach emphasizes the importance of educating individuals on how to manage their life. We believe that education is empowerment. We work with individuals struggling with anger management/stress management issues, depression, substance abuse, post-traumatic stress disorder and more.