Our staff has experience treating the following


Bipolar disorder, often called manic-depressive illness, is a mental health condition characterized by extreme mood swings, with periods of intense euphoria (mania) followed by severe depression.


Schizophrenia is a chronic mental disorder characterized by distorted thinking, emotions, and perceptions, often leading to hallucinations, delusions, and impaired social functioning.

Personality Disorders

Persistent, disruptive patterns in thinking, behavior, and emotions, defining how individuals relate to themselves and others, often leading to distress and dysfunction.


Addiction is a complex and chronic condition characterized by compulsive behavior and a dependence on a substance or activity, often resulting in harmful consequences to one's physical, mental, and social well-being.


PTSD is a mental health disorder triggered by trauma, leading to anxiety, flashbacks, and avoidance. Treatment includes therapy and, at times, medication, with support being essential for recovery.


Anxiety is a common mental health condition characterized by excessive worry, fear, and heightened physiological responses, often triggered by perceived threats or stressful situations.


Depression is characterized by persistent sadness, loss of interest which impacts daily life. Treatable through therapy, medication, and a strong support network.

Impulse Control

Impulse control refers to the ability to manage and resist immediate urges or desires in favor of long-term goals or socially acceptable behavior.

Mood Disorders

Mood disorders are mental health conditions causing persistent disruptions in mood, including depression and mania, affecting daily life and emotional well-being.