[Ark • e • us] the vital principle that, according to Paracelsians, directs and maintains the growth and continuation of living beings.
Life is about Building Relationships
The brain is a social organ and we are relational creatures. Very often the primary factor in seeking mental health care is the negative impact our problems have on our relationships. When we struggle with emotional and cognitive issues it can become difficult to maintain or form new romantic, family, social and professional relationships. Too often this can leave you feeling misunderstood, alone and unloved.
If you have ever wondered:
then we can help you. Contact us for a free consultation.
Life Transitions and Changes
Often the magnitude and pace of change in our lives can be overwhelming. Perhaps you are going away to college, getting married or divorced, having a child, retiring, moving, or faced with your own or a loved ones health issues. Having a safe, calm place with someone who understands what is happening can help you work through these uncertain and sometimes turbulent periods in your life.
If you are struggling with changes in your life, then you may need some help. Contact us for a free consultation.
Employee Assistance Programs (EAP)
An investment in your mental health is an investment in your job, business and professional life. Many employers include Employee Assistance Programs as part of their standard health insurance benefits. Using your EAP benefits can save you money and provide increased confidentiality for sensitive issues.
We participate in many EAPs, including Aetna, MHN/HealthNet, Magellan, Blue Shield CA, and Cigna. Contact us for a free consultation.