Mental illnesses are as common as physical illnesses. Statistics suggest that one out of four persons has a lifetime risk of having an episode of mental illness. However, there seems to still be a stigma attached to the idea of acknowledging the need for, and getting, emotional help. The fact is that sometimes emotional health needs professional attention in the same way that physical ailments do. If a problem is affecting your functioning in daily life, either in relationships or work, it needs attention. With the right treatment, most people with mental disorders and emotional difficulties are able to live healthy and productive lives.



  • Guidance on daily life issues
  • Counseling for emotional & behavioral difficulties
  • Relationship Counseling
  • Individual psychotherapy
  • Behavior Therapy for children
  • Family Therapy
  • Couple Therapy / Sex Therapy
  • Psychological Assessments


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