Warning signs of Mental Health Distress
Most often, family and friends recognize small changes first.
Mental Health Distress rarely appears “out of the blue.”
Overuse of substances like alcohol or drugs.
Thinking about suicide
Suicide in girls and women increased by 50 percent from 2000-2016.
Recent social withdrawal and loss of interest in activities previously enjoyed.
Extreme Mood Changes
Disruptive “highs”, scary “lows”, and everything in between, always uncontrollable.
- Our services offer help across every age group and every life problem.
- Compassionate care that provides a custom “person-centered” life plan and direction to the life you seek.
- Helping you define who you want to be and moving past the pain and losses in life.
- Compassionate help for anxiety, depression, family and work relationships, life changes, trauma, and much more.
Coping with the physical, emotional, social, spiritual, and cognitive responses to loss such as the death of a loved one, divorce, or loss of a job.
Allow individuals to work through challenging memories and identify aspects of their lives that they would like to change.
Helping two people gain insight into their relationship, learn to resolve conflict more effectively and improve relationship satisfaction.
Small groups of people with similar challenges allow people to receive the support and encouragement of the other members of the group.
Helping people cope with emotional and mental challenges like marital and family problems, difficulties caused by aging, as well as stress and anxiety management.
Improve troubled relationships with family members. Coping with issues such as; marital or financial problems, conflict, substance abuse, or a mental illness and its impact on the entire family.