We offer several ways to schedule online:

Request a First Visit (for new patients).

Schedule an Office Visit through our patient portal (to register, request access to the portal).

Request an email or phone consultation with your Therapist or Medication Provider.

How to Use the Patient Portal

Our patient portal is the easiest way to schedule appointments. To join, ask us to send you an email invitation or search your email for “[email protected]”.

From the link in that invitation, enter the code “1212” and proceed to create your own password (read more in our step-by-step directions).

If you have an urgent matter and don’t see an opening online, contact us directly as we often keep urgent openings on a separate calendar.

Please don’t use the portal to send us messages – our HIPPA compliant email system will reach your provider faster and more directly.

Troubleshooting the Portal

Can’t find your invitation? 
Set your email’s junk filter to allow emails from [email protected]

Portal not working? 
Try it in a different browser (it works best in Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox).

Can’t register with your email? 
Each patient needs a unique email, so you can’t use the same email address for multiple family members.

Portal messaging system not working?
It’s best to use our HIPPA compliant email system. That will reach your provider faster and more directly than the portal system.

Want appointment reminders? 
Our system can send email, phone or text reminders – tell us your preference (only one form is allowed).

“Be brave; be strong; take your pills. Exercise because it’s good for you even if every step weighs a thousand pounds.”

Andrew Solomon • The Noonday Demon: An Atlas of Depression

“Denouncing these medicines makes as much sense as denouncing the immorality of motor oil. Without them, sooner or later the bipolar brain will go bang.”

David Lovelace • Scattershot: My Bipolar Family

“There is no harm in taking medication as it is utilizing the wisdom God gives to doctors. But it is also your responsibility to build faith for healing while using medication.”

Paul Silway • Pastor

“Being bipolar can be an all-consuming challenge, requiring a lot of stamina and even more courage, so if you’re living with this illness and functioning at all, it’s something to be proud of, not ashamed of. They should issue medals along with the steady stream of medication.”

Carrie Fisher • Actor and Author