If you feel you have an emergency, you should immediately call “911” or go to your local hospital emergency room.
We do not intend to provide specific medical advice on our website, but rather to help visitors better understand our available services. This website does not provide specific medical advice or diagnosis, and should not be used as a substitute for services. A licensed physician, psychiatrist, psychologist, and/or mental health provider should be consulted for diagnosis and treatment of any and all medical and mental health conditions.
Using or viewing this website does not establish a professional Doctor-Patient relationship, and should not be regarded as such. A Doctor-Patient relationship is established when the patient/client or the patient's/client’s parent/legal guardian: (1) has an initial office consultation with the attending Licensed Psychologist (the Doctor); (2) understands and agrees to the organization’s policies and procedures that establish consent to services; and (3) signs and dates the organization’s required documents that establish consent to services, along with the attending Doctor’s approval date and signature.