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What we treat


Anxiety disorders, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and phobias


Depression, bipolar disorder, and other mood disorders


Trauma and Stress Related Disorders


Post-traumatic stress disorder


Personality disorders


Psychotic disorders, including schizophrenia


Neurodevelopmental Disorders, including autism, ADHD, and tic disorders


Neurodegenerative Disorders, Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia

Who we treat








How we treat


Psychological Evaluation 


Medication Management

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The journey into mental health begins with a clear diagnosis and allows us to begin treatment. The evaluation may involve standardized surveys, checklists, or other assessments; an in-depth clinical interview; observations; and more, depending on the situation. For those dealing with dementia or traumatic brain injury, there may also be neuropsychological tests and aptitude or function tests to determine processing abilities and impairment. It is important that you answer all questions truthfully and completely, as this will determine how we move forward with a treatment plan.
If it is determined that you could benefit from medication, it is essential to have a skilled psychiatric provider to manage it. People respond to medicinal therapies differently, and it may be necessary to fine-tune your dosage or try a new medication. We use the least amount of medication necessary to achieve better mental health. While we believe therapy to be an essential tool toward the goal of good mental health, there are conditions and diagnoses that stem from a chemical imbalance in the brain, and the only way to correct that is with medication.

Many people can benefit from talking with a therapist. At any point in your life, you could find value in having someone to speak with during times of stress or uncertainty. For those with diagnosed mental health conditions, therapy is an important part of the process toward better mental health. Some of the benefits of talking with a therapist include:

  • Learning coping and/or problem-solving skills for difficult or anxiety-causing situations

  • Healing past traumas

  • Recognizing disordered and destructive thinking, and correcting it

  • Strengthening your relationships with others and with yourself

  • Figuring out your life goals and making a plan to achieve them


Non-Discrimination Policy

Solstice Healthcare does not discriminate based on religion, race, color, creed, ancestry, sex, age, national origin, disability, gender identity or expression, marital or income status, physical or mental disability, pregnancy, sexual orientation, political affiliation, or any other basis
that is prohibited by any applicable federal, state or county law.

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