frequently asked questions

We offer a range of mental health services, including individual therapy, couples counseling, family therapy, group therapy, psychiatric evaluations, medication management, and more.

Therapy can be beneficial for anyone struggling with emotional or psychological difficulties, stress, relationship issues, life transitions, grief, trauma, or other mental health concerns. If you're unsure whether therapy is right for you, we recommend scheduling an initial consultation with one of our therapists to discuss your concerns and explore treatment options.

Absolutely! Therapy is not just for individuals with diagnosed mental illnesses. It can be beneficial for anyone seeking support, guidance, and personal growth. Our therapists are here to help you navigate life's challenges and work towards your overall well-being.

You can schedule an appointment by contacting our office via phone, email, or through our online booking system. Our friendly staff will assist you in finding a convenient appointment time with one of our licensed therapists.

During your first therapy session, your therapist will take the time to get to know you, understand your concerns, and gather information about your background, history, and goals for therapy. It's an opportunity for you to discuss what brings you to therapy and to begin establishing a therapeutic relationship with your therapist.

The duration of therapy varies depending on your individual needs, goals, and progress. Some individuals may benefit from short-term therapy focused on addressing specific concerns, while others may engage in longer-term therapy for ongoing support and personal growth. Your therapist will work with you to determine the most appropriate treatment plan for your situation.

Yes, we offer online therapy services for individuals who prefer the convenience and flexibility of virtual sessions. Online therapy allows you to receive professional mental health support from the comfort of your own home or wherever you have internet access.

Our therapists are licensed mental health professionals with advanced degrees in psychology, counseling, social work, or related fields. They have undergone extensive training and adhere to ethical guidelines and standards of practice set forth by their respective licensing boards.

Supporting a loved one who is struggling with mental health issues can be challenging, but there are several ways you can help. Listen nonjudgmentally, offer your support and encouragement, encourage them to seek professional help if needed, and educate yourself about mental health to better understand their experiences.

A Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner is a Master’s prepared licensed provider who diagnoses, treats and prescribes medication for mental health conditions. A therapist, also known as a counselor or psychologist, offers talk therapy and other non-medication-based interventions to address mental health concerns.

We accept a variety of insurance plans and offer flexible payment options for individuals without insurance coverage. Please contact our office for more information about insurance participation and payment options.

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150A Andover St Suite 11A. Danvers, MA. United States

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Monday — Friday 9am – 5pm
Saturday — 10am – 3pm
Sunday — Closed

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