What We Do
We accept most insurance plans
At Collaborative Pathways Wellness Center you will be welcomed into a supportive environment that is conducive to healing by trained clinicians who have dedicated their careers to helping those struggling with stress or trauma reclaim their lives through mindful self-care practices that promote resilience and balance. Rest easy knowing our center takes measures to ensure your privacy while providing compassionate care that addresses both your mental health needs as well as your physical health concerns related to managing stress levels.
Our center’s approach to treating depression is both compassionate and holistic. We take into account the psychological, biological, social, and spiritual aspects of your life in order to develop a plan that can lead you towards healing. This means that we look at the root causes of depression in order to come up with solutions that make sense for our clients. Our team also provides additional support services such as lifestyle counseling and support groups which can be extremely beneficial for those struggling with depression.
At Collaborative Pathways Wellness Center, we understand that anxiety can affect different aspects of life, from work performance to relationships. That’s why we offer innovative strategies tailored to each person’s individual needs. Our treatments include evidence-based therapies such as dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), mindfulness meditation practices, exposure therapy, progressive muscle relaxation techniques, breathing exercises and more.
At the Collaborative Pathways Wellness Center, we recognize that trauma can manifest in different ways for each person, meaning there is no ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution. Therefore, we offer an individualized approach to treatment based on our understanding of the particular effects of trauma on each person. Using evidence-based psychological treatments such as cognitive restructuring, EMDR and relaxation techniques, our clinicians will work with you to develop your coping skills and help you find healthier ways to manage your emotional responses.