Getting the personalized support and guidance you need can be challenging
It doesn’t have to be. When dealing with ongoing symptoms, the decision-making process in seeking effective treatment can feel oppressive and never-ending:
- You’re confused about treatment options and trade-offs.
- You’re concerned that previous providers have not looked at you as a “whole” person who requires a comprehensive plan of action to address multiple needs.
- You lack confidence that your challenges can be addressed with alternatives to medication.
- You’re overwhelmed with emotions and feelings that feel unmanageable.
- You’re frustrated that previous treatment experiences have not led to outcomes where you feel empowered to change your life.
- You’re unsure whether what you’re witnessing with your child is a developmental phase or a symptom of a more significant issue.
With an integrative approach:
- Conventional psychiatric treatments, such as medications, are combined with evidence-based complementary medical approaches, such as supplements, nutrition, and other lifestyle changes addressing the root causes of mental health issues, not just the symptoms.
- Various psychotherapeutic approaches, such as psychoanalytic psychotherapy and mindfulness-based cognitive behavior therapy, are utilized to build self-awareness and emotional skills that produce empowering and durable benefits.
- The patient's physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being are all considered, as it focuses on the whole person and recognizes that mental and physical health are interconnected.
- A comprehensive and individualized treatment plan is crafted for each patient, specific to their needs.
- Patients have greater control over their care and can choose therapies that align with their beliefs and values.
- Symptoms are recognized as signals that changes are needed; they are not the root causes of mental illness. Patients achieve a greater sense of mental health when root causes are addressed.