We strive to raise awareness of the need to address emotional, spiritual, and mental health as part of one’s annual checkups. To achieve this, we are looking to collaborate with local churches and school PTA meetings. Research also suggest that developing youth are most likely to react positively to anti-stigma campaigns, which make raising awareness critical for the health of themselves and their peers.
These screenings will be provided for free either on-site or in-office. These are questionnaires that clients are asked to fill out as honestly as possible to help therapist recognize and address potential problems.
According to the American Psychiatric Association, the adult version of the screening “measures 13 psychiatric domains, including depression, anger, mania, anxiety, somatic symptoms, suicidal ideation, psychosis, sleep problems, memory, repetitive thoughts and behaviors, dissociation, personality functioning, and substance use” over the past two weeks.
We offer low-cost mental health assessments to those with areas of concern after reviewing their level 1 symptoms screening.
Our low-cost counseling services are available as needed to the community. We offer individual and marriage counseling, family therapy, and Christian and couple’s counseling. Each session is approximately an hour long, and addresses areas such as anxiety, depression, and anger management. We also counsel youth with concerns regarding their gender, sexuality, and orientation.
Give yourself an opportunity to talk confidentially with a professional counselor about personal concerns and to facilitate personal growth. Don’t deal with depression, anxiety, fear, low-self esteem or grief alone; allow us to walk the journey of healing with you. We will walk at your pace, side-by-side.