Humans are complex but intelligent beings with an equally complex neuro system. Behavioral health is the scientific study of the emotions, behaviors, and biology relating to a person’s mental wellbeing, ability to function in everyday life, and self-concept. “Behavioral health” is the preferred term to “mental health.”

A person struggling with his or her behavioral health may face stress, depression, anxiety, relationship problems, grief, addiction, ADHD or learning disabilities, mood disorders, or other psychological concerns. We are here to help you identify your problem or any unhealthy patterns that control your life. As with awareness, we can learn to build and implement new ways to empower our lives through proper counseling & mental-health therapy.

Our treatment approach is simple yet results-oriented. We offer three essential types of therapy inclusive of,

  • Coaching
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, CBT.
  • Multicultural Approach
  • Person-Centered Therapy

Modality of behavioral coaching and therapy,

  • Individuals
  • Group
  • Couples
  • Family

Our Specialties

Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder. (ADHD)

Non-drug interventions for ADHD include making adjustments in the environment to promote more successful social interactions. Such adjustments include creating more structure and encouraging routines. With our behavioral counseling and therapy solutions, you can focus on the most important things for you. You will be able to.

  • Change negative thought patterns and enhance self-esteem
  • Reduce anxiety and stress
  • Organize your home and work activities
  • Improve working relationships and improve on-the-job performance.
  • Focus better
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. (PTSD)

After a traumatic event, you might blame yourself for things you couldn’t have changed. For example, a soldier may feel guilty about decisions he or she had to make during war. Our cognitive therapy coupled with behavioral assessment helps you understand that the traumatic event you lived through was not your fault. In cognitive therapy, your therapist helps you understand and change how you think about your trauma and its aftermath. Your goal is to know how specific thoughts about your trauma cause you stress and make your symptoms worse.
You will learn to identify thoughts about the world and yourself that make you feel afraid or upset. With your therapist’s help, you will learn to replace these thoughts with more accurate and less distressing thoughts. You also know ways to cope with feelings such as anger, guilt, and fear.

Relationship Issues

From relationship issues, we focus on behavioral therapy that brings positive results. Behavioral Couples Therapy is used when two people are experiencing more marital distress than the average couple. While it is healthy to have disagreements from time to time, it is unhealthy to let these differences get in the way of a healthy and progressive relationship.
Healthy marriages will accept the differences between two people and find a way to work around them. Behavioral Couples Therapy is used when partners cannot find the friendship underneath their marriage. Trust and treating each other with integrity is the essential aspect. This form of therapy will be used when the individuals cannot find a middle ground or understand why the compatibility has diminished.
Our relationship therapists have advanced training in couples counseling, marriage therapy, and premarital counseling, and they use the latest developments in couples’ research. We focus on gaining long-term results in short periods of time and work together to give you the best support possible.

Mental Health

The mental health of a person relates to the level of the psychological wellbeing of a person or am the absence of any mental illness. It is the state of someone who is “functioning at a satisfactory level of emotional and behavioral adjustment.”


An anxiety disorder refers to a specific psychiatric condition that involves the person suffering from extreme fear or worry. It includes generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), panic disorder and panic attacks, agoraphobia, social anxiety disorder, selective mutism, separation anxiety, and specific phobias.

Issues that are commonly addressed in new behavior therapy includes:

  • Anxiety
  • Codependency
  • Coping Skills
  • Depression
  • Divorce
  • Domestic Abuse
  • Domestic Violence
  • Drug Abuse
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Life Transitions
  • Obesity
  • Obsessive-Compulsive (OCD)
  • Peer Relationships
  • Relationship Issues
  • School Issues
  • Self Esteem
  • Self-Harming
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Sleep or Insomnia
  • Spirituality
  • Stress
  • Suicidal Ideation
  • Women’s Issues
  • PTSD
  • Grief and Loss