We offer the following services for adults.
Typically, we first conduct a psychological
evaluation of the person. Based on what is
diagnosed, we can make recommendations for
follow-up counseling or psychotherapy as needed.
Just as with children and adolescents, we provide
services on a wide variety of issues, including the


Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
     (ADD/ADHD) in adults

Emotional Problems
     Anxiety, including panic attacks, OCD and
     Depression, including grief counseling

Mood Disorders
     Anger, antisocial personality disorder
     Bipolar disorder    
Behavioral Health Problems
     Evaluations for bariatric (weight loss)
     Pain evaluations (headaches, ulcers,
             chronic pain)

Disability Issues
     Social Security disability evaluations
     Private disability evaluations

Memory Problems
     Cognitive/intellectual testing
     Memory testing

We can provide counseling for most of the problems detailed above. In some cases, the
treatment is best provided in another setting or by another agency or provider, such as the
person’s personal physician. In some cases, no treatment is needed. The evaluation alone
provides the needed information. When counseling is done, it typically involves sessions in
which the person learns ways to control their negative emotions (e.g., anxiety, depression,
anger) as well to enhance positive emotions (e.g., joy, inner peace, fulfillment). It can involve
changing one’s thought perspectives and behavioral patterns.