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Depression and Mood Disorders

As leaders in the field of treatment-resistant and breakthrough depression therapy and treatment, you can feel secure knowing that our experts can help you finally find relief. With the right diagnosis and a personalized plan that incorporates the latest evidence-based treatments, there is hope for recovery. Depression is pervasive. It can co-exists with other conditions such as addiction, borderline personality disorder, anxiety, and others diagnoses. This is why your treatment plan will be carefully crafted once we have gained a thorough understanding of the root causes. Together, we will work toward your well-being and a fulfilling and meaningful life.

Not sure if you need help?

Take this survey if you’re uncertain whether what you’re experiencing is depression, and to find out if it’s time to seek help. *This screening uses a standard, recognized assessment tool. However, it should not be used to replace the recommendations and/or diagnoses provided by a medical or mental health professional. We encourage you to share your results with a mental healthcare professional who can help you determine the next steps that are right for you.
It brings us great pride that our team is at the forefront of research, staying up-to-date with the latest advancements and evidence-based treatments for depression, including treatment-resistant depression. You will receive the most effective interventions available. Our goal is to create an integrated plan that combines cutting-edge treatments, customized to address your specific needs.

Right Medication

Up to half of all people who get prescribed drugs for depression don’t take them as recommended. They miss doses or stop taking them because of the side effects or they simply give up too soon.
Confirm that the usual antidepressant treatment is appropriate for your brain abnormalities using rEEG (referenced electroencephalogram), an imaging technology for recording the brain's electrical activity to guide psychiatric medication treatment. This can help to determine the appropriateness of the antidepressant treatment.
Check for other psychiatric or physical causes affecting the brain. Physical or mental issues can cause or worsen depression.
Adjust and closely monitor all medications. Using medicines to treat common medical problems, switching medication or treating an underlying problem may resolve a hard-to-treat depression.
A careful evaluation can reveal conditions, like bipolar disorder or a low-level, chronic depression - which is distinctly different from treatment-resistant depression.

Personalized Treatments

Proper diagnosis includes EEG brain imaging and a thorough assessment, to ensure you’re getting the exact medication and treatment specific to you. Evidence-based treatment targets somatic and psychological issues, while built-in support during and after treatment ensures continuous improvement and skills development.

Psychiatric Medication

Based on the results of your rEEG*, our medical staff will identify the most effective medication regimen for you, which may include antidepressant and other medications.



Each psychotherapy method works in a slightly different way, but all have been proven to help improve the symptoms of depression. If there is a type of psychotherapy that appeals to you, we can create a treatment plan that includes your preferences.


Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy

If you have a major depressive disorder and have tried at least two antidepressant treatments, you should consider Ketamine. Because this treatment is altering the brain to be re-wired to function differently, the treatment will provide a different result than what you’ve experienced in the past.


Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)

TMS is approved by the FDA to treat depression. TMS causes more connectivity between nerves in the brain, an increase in the amount of neural activity, and an increase in the number of neurotransmitters like serotonin. The increased activity of neurons in this area of the brain lessens depression.

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Diet and Lifestyle

Dieticians, consultants and group therapy provide help with dietary and lifestyle modifications, healthy living, yoga, exercise, natural supplements, and more. These programs complement psychological treatment to alter one's response to depression.


Meditation and Relaxation

Mindfulness meditation and somatic exercises like Restorative Movement can be effective methods in rebalancing and restoring the body's chemistry.

Based on your specific needs and diagnosis, we offer comprehensive and effective programs to help you find relief now and into the future. They include a continuum of care from outpatient to intensive patient, partial hospitalization programming to supportive housing. 

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

Personalized and multidisciplinary IOP programs are designed to address mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual needs. In-person, virtual, and hybrid sessions are available for those needing greater flexibility. 

3 Day IOP

Includes a minimum of 10 hours of treatment per week, comprised of six or more 90-minute therapy groups.

4 Day IOP

Includes at least two additional group therapy sessions of three hours or more.

5 Day IOP

Includes a minimum of two group therapy sessions or three hours of therapeutic treatments per day.


Individual psychotherapy sessions minimum once per week 

Psychiatric medication prescription and management 

Family sessions (generally bi-weekly)

Case management services of up to two (2) hours per month.

Family work, parent consultation

Psychological testing

Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP)

The PHP program provides intensive support without 24-hour supervision. As an alternative to a hospital or residential program, PHP offers comprehensive, short-term treatment with a complete team of clinicians under one roof. The full-day program is attended 4–5 days a week.

Conditions Addressed

Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar & Other Mood Disorders

Borderline & Other Personality Disorders

Substance Dependence & Co-occurring Disorders

Trauma & PTSD

Interpersonal Conflict

And More

Services Provided

Individual Psychotherapy

Family Therapy

Case Management

Group Therapy

Psychiatric Intervention: Medication, TMS & More

Supportive Housing*

Group Therapy

Learn about coping strategies to reduce anxiety symptoms and gain a better understanding of the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that perpetuate anxiety—all within a caring and supportive environment. 

What You’ll Learn

Effective social skills 

Anxiety management skills

How to develop an understanding of others

Communication skills

The steps toward positive growth 

How to define and create a path to achieve your goals 

What You’ll Gain

A deepened self-awareness

Improved relationships

Structure for daily, short-range, and long-range commitments

New effective and creative life skills

Emotional stabilization and symptom reduction

The ability to identify the next step 

We’re dedicated to providing valuable information and support for anyone who is struggling with mental health issues. Our extensive options for group therapy are led by highly experienced medical professionals. Explore our informative articles to help you better understand and manage your anxiety. Our goal is to provide a safe and supportive community where you can learn, connect, and grow.

Group Therapies

Discover our group therapy options, specially designed to equip you with essential skills and tools to manage your well being for the long term. Our sessions are led by a team of highly-qualified and experienced professionals committed to providing you with the highest quality care.

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