Behavioral health services are designed to meet the needs of patients who wish to improve their mental wellbeing. At the Partnership Comprehensive Care Practice, we recognize the ways in which difficult and traumatic events impact one’s ability to manage stress and achieve their desired goals. These universal challenges often leave one feeling ashamed, isolated, and hopeless. We care about your physical, emotional, and psychological safety, and have created a program utilizing evidence-based practices aimed at improving your health outcomes.
Our licensed therapists and psychiatrists are trained in treating mental health and substance abuse disorders, and utilize a trauma informed and culturally sensitive approach to coordinating your care along with your care team. We offer immediate in-person sessions, crisis interventions, phone support, video chat and support groups. There is no lengthy intake process or a wait list.
If you struggle with any of the following, you may benefit from meeting with a behavioral health provider today!
- Abuse or neglect
- Relationship challenges
- Self Esteem
- Life Stress
- Shame and Stigma
- Social Isolation
- Coping with HIV diagnosis
- Coping with complex medical challenges
- Chronic pain
- Racial trauma
Behavioral Health Specialists at the Partnership
Dawn Connors, LCSW
Director, Behavioral Health Services
The information on these pages is provided for general information only and should not be used for diagnosis or treatment, or as a substitute for consultation with a physician or health care professional. If you have specific questions or concerns about your health, you should consult your health care professional.
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