We believe in, and practice from, a relational perspective to address substance use and mental health concerns. We believe in an individualized approach to meeting our clients where they are and addressing the concerns they believe are most relevant, which will help them reach their full potential for happiness and personal growth. We practice from a cognitive perspective and believe that many of the problems we face can be overcome by examining the way our thoughts influence our feelings and behavior. It often comes down to thinking about how you think.
Furthermore, we follow the NASW code of Ethics.