We're here to help.

Mental health issues come in a wide variety of treatable conditions.

But symptoms, causes, and therapies can be different for each person. Just know that whatever you’re concerned about, we can help. And we’ll always treat you as an individual. We offer evaluation and counseling by appointment at our mental wellness centers in High Point and Greensboro. Our licensed clinical therapists work to create personalized treatment plans that provide the excellent care you deserve. We’ve listed several common conditions below, and more info is just a click away.


We work with adults from all walks of life.


Depression and Anxiety

Disorders such as depression, social anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) all respond well to ongoing counseling.


Grief and Loss

Losing a loved one or close friend can cause overwhelming sadness, anger, and guilt. Our counseling sessions explore the challenges of grief to help you find a path forward.


Abuse and Trauma

We offer victims/survivors of abuse, sexual assault, and other traumatic events a safe and confidential place to begin the healing process.

A choice of payment options.

The cost of outpatient services may be covered by Medicaid, private insurance, or by fees assessed on a sliding scale. We also serve individuals with no insurance or other financial resources. In this case, an intake counselor will work with you to make a need-based assessment.

You’re Not Alone

In the United States, one out of two people will be diagnosed with a mental illness at some point in their lifetime. 20% will experience mental illness in a given year. 80%  will experience emotional abuse. Today, 1 in 25 Americans lives with a serious mental illness, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, or major depression.  

How can we help you?

For those we serve, we are the essential and often-postponed “first step” toward the goal of mental wellness. Whether the concern is for yourself or a loved one, know that we welcome you with deep compassion and respect. What seems frightening or hopeless today can quickly become a path to a brighter, more positive tomorrow.

Whenever you’re ready to take that first step, we’re ready to help.