When to Refer to Our Program
- Clients may self-refer at any time.
- Helping professionals refer when a person is harming themselves with sexual behavior, food, money mismanagement, cutting, problematic or out of control behaviors and/or thoughts
- Mood disturbance increases to the point of compromised quality of life
- Trauma impairs the ability to experience peace, joy, pleasure.
- Depression or anxiety as a result of an accident, assault or other life-threatening event
- Relationships become problematic
- When someone experiences a life or personal crisis
- When there has been the discovery or disclosure of compulsive acting out by family member or partner
Our therapists respect the relationship between client and therapist. Clients are often referred to our practice for adjunct therapy. Our therapists consult with the referring therapists, becoming part of the treatment team.