New Clients 2017-12-14T07:43:17+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 29 providers

Before Your First Visit

There’s a few things 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 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.

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