Nonjudgmental, Compassionate Care for Mental Health Disorders
Whether you are experiencing mood disorders, anxiety, stress, or relationship problems, cognitive behavioral therapy can help you feel comfortable and ready to make changes.
We work closely with people who have never sought mental health treatment before, as well as with those who have complex problems that have not been treated successfully with medication or other treatments. We can help you if you have more than one mental health diagnosis, and if you have significant mental health problems such as chronic depression, bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). We help you manage your condition and learn ways to change your thinking and behavior so you can enjoy a productive life.
Compassionate Care, Proven Results
A Personalized Approach
There are many types of cognitive behavioral therapies. We recommend the one that is specific to your needs.
We use therapies that have been proven through research and clinical trials to significantly reduce symptoms and improve your quality of life.
Specific types of mental health disorders -- such as schizophrenia, anorexia, and severe addiction -- require specialized treatments. They may also require inpatient or partial hospitalization. Our Duke colleagues are experts in these areas. We also provide referrals to patients under the age of 18 or cases involving legal proceedings. If our comprehensive evaluation finds that you will benefit from one of our specific clinics, we facilitate your referral so you can start your individualized treatment as quickly as possible.