A Holistic Approach to Mental Health

When it comes to psychological health, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution.
That’s why we’ve built our practice around a team-based approach to mental health, giving every client access to personalized solutions and specialists.

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Understanding Your Personal Support Schedule

How Often Do I Need to See My Therapist?

Clients may meet with psychologists, marriage and family therapists, and licensed clinical social workers usually weekly or bi-monthly for 40-minute sessions for talk therapy. Therapy is also a component of every visit with a psychiatrist. The purpose of these sessions is to check-in, discuss goals, develop insight and translate that insight into a plan for action.

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Working Together

Working as a team, your therapists and physicians will collaborate, enabling you to benefit from more than one perspective on your journey to happier living. It’s so critical that you establish a meaningful connection with members of your care team in order to share openly and honestly.

If you don’t feel that connection with a member of your care team, just let Client Support know and they’ll connect you with another member of the team that may be a better fit. We make sure finding the right support team is a pleasant and comfortable process.

Good physical health is paramount to feeling happy. That’s why it’s a core part of what we do at Happier Living.

Your mind and body crave balance. That’s why, often, physical health issues that are significantly impairing your quality of life may lead to concurrent mental health issues such as anxiety and depression. Whether you’re experiencing physical health problems or are in great shape – we could all benefit from better nutrition.

Our experienced nutritionists will work with you to develop a healthy plan designed to heighten your mental acuity and improve your physical performance and health.




Every client typically meets at least once with a Psychiatrist. As a licensed medical doctor, a psychiatrist will evaluate your physical health, ensuring there are no other health issues causing psychiatric symptoms such as a thyroid deficiency. A psychiatrist is the only expert and medical professional qualified to provide you with a recommendation regarding the role of psychotropic medication.

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Will I Be Prescribed Medication?

Meeting with a psychiatrist does not necessarily mean they will prescribe you medication. Your psychiatrist may share with you that there is no role for medication in your care plan. We don’t have a pill for your relationships, your bank account, and your career – there simply isn’t a pill for everything or for most things. The role of psychotropic medication is to help ensure you have a proportionate emotional response to given stressors, when you are struggling to do so. For instance, you may have personally experienced or know someone who either responds in an over-the-top fashion, or seems to lack a reaction that seems appropriate to given situations. Sometimes medications can help provide relief and enable you to overcome symptoms and challenges that are impairing your quality of life.


How Will I Know If Medication Is Right For Me?

Every medication has the potential to help, do nothing or hurt by causing unintended negative side effects. If your psychiatrist recommends you try medication, applying this simple approach will help you determine if you’re benefiting from the medication. And if the medication is doing anything except helping – that’s reason enough to re-evaluate use of the medication. Our psychiatrists are by definition experts in psychopharmacology. We prescribe medication conservatively and in an evidence-based fashion. All prescriptions for scheduled controlled substances require an in-person visit.

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How Often Do I Need to See My Doctor?

If there is a role for ongoing sessions with a psychiatrist after an initial one, most clients typically meet with their doctor once a month. These sessions include therapy, in addition to a discussion of medication. Mental health is fluid, and things change. Just because you start a new medication or you’re taking a medication today, does not mean you’ll have to stay on it forever. Regular visits with your psychiatrist ensure that you’re receiving the best care possible and taking medication in as limited fashion as possible.

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Psychologists, Marriage & Family Therapists and Licensed Clinical Social Workers

Our Psychologists, Marriage and Family Therapists and Licensed Clinical Social Workers are experts in the mind and human behavior, and utilize therapy to help you achieve your goals for happier living. For therapy to be effective, you have to have goals.

Therapy is about examining the ‘why’ behind the choices you’re making. Perspective is reality. To change your reality you’re going to have to change your perspective. Regular weekly sessions with these mental health professionals, combined with ongoing effort and work by you, will enable this change to take place. Empowered with a new perspective, you can choose differently – ensuring your choices create the life you truly want.

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