New Clients2018-09-11T09:30:12+00:00

Online registration is the fastest way to reserve a spot. Outside providers can also refer a client.

Days wait for first therapy visit
Days wait for first med visit
Evening & Weekend Appointments
Locations with 48 providers

Before Your First Visit

We are in network for most major insurers but are not on medicaid. We accept Aetna, BCBS, Cigna, CBHA, MedCost, Magellan, and United Health Care.

Three steps to complete before your first visit:

1. New Patient Form (Adult or Child)
2. $20 downpayment to reserve your spot
3. Request past records with our PDF or MS-Word form (optional)

Request first visit

Text: (336) 722-7266

Email us a question

(336) 722-7266

We accept all ages.

Our child section includes a child psychiatrist and a team of child and adolescent therapists.

We offer therapy and medication treatment; 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.

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Medication, TMS, and natural therapies.

We use careful diagnostic testing before recommending medication, and focus on both natural and medication options that improve the long-term health of the brain. We offer Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), a magnetic therapy that can work when antidepressants have not.


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