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Two steps to become a new client

1. Request first visit

2. Complete new client form

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Locations with 57 providers

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Text or call us (336) 722-7266

We accept most major insurers.

Including Aetna, BCBS, Cigna, CBHA, MedCost, Magellan, and United Health Care (not Medicaid). We will authorize your insurance before your first visit.

We treat all ages.

Our staff includes a team of child and adolescent therapists.

We offer therapy and medication; family and couples counseling; and educational seminars.

We work with many types.

Depression, bipolar, anxiety, addictions, ADHD, borderline personality, trauma, autism, eating disorders, OCD, and insomnia.

Evidence-based therapies including CBT, DBT, mindfulness, social rhythm therapy for bipolar, marital and sex therapy.

Medication. Naturals. TMS.

From antioxidants to antidepressants, we focus on treatments that improve the long-term health of the brain. We also provide Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), a magnetic therapy that can work when medications have not.

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