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At New View Psychology Group, we are committed to providing our clients with high-quality, evidence-based treatments that are tailored to their unique needs. Our team of experienced clinicians specialize in a wide range of emotional, social, and behavioral challenges.

We understand that seeking help for mental health concerns can be a difficult and overwhelming process. That’s why we strive to create a warm, supportive, and non-judgmental environment where our clients can feel comfortable opening up about their struggles. We believe that building a strong therapeutic relationship is essential to achieving positive outcomes, and we work closely with our clients to develop treatment plans that are personalized to their individual needs and goals.

Whether you are struggling with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, trauma, or any other mental health concern, our team is here to help. We utilize a variety of evidence-based treatments, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), mindfulness-based therapies, and more. Our clinicians are also trained in specialized treatments such as exposure therapy for anxiety disorders.

At New View Psychology Group, we believe that effective treatment is not a one-size-fits-all approach. That’s why we take the time to get to know our clients and their unique needs and circumstances. We are committed to helping our clients overcome their challenges, improve their quality of life, and achieve their goals.

If you are struggling with a mental health concern and are looking for effective, compassionate care, we invite you to contact us today. Our experienced team is here to help you navigate your challenges and find the support and guidance you need to achieve a healthier, happier life.

When should I seek treatment:

  1. It can be challenging to know when it’s time to seek treatment for mental health concerns. Here are some signs that it may be helpful to seek support.
  2. You’re struggling to manage your emotions: If you’re experiencing intense emotions, or if your emotions are interfering with your ability to function in your daily life, therapy can help you learn coping skills and strategies to manage your emotions.
  3. You’re feeling overwhelmed or stressed: If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the stresses of daily life, therapy can help you learn techniques to manage stress and build resilience.
  4. You’re experiencing relationship issues: If you’re having difficulties in your relationships with family, friends, or romantic partners, therapy can help you learn communication skills and tools to improve your relationships.
  5. You’re experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition: If you’re experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition, such as depression, anxiety, or PTSD, therapy can help you manage your symptoms and improve your overall mental health.
  6. You’re feeling stuck or unfulfilled: If you’re feeling stuck in your career or personal life, therapy can help you identify your goals and develop a plan to achieve them.

It’s important to remember that therapy is not a one-size-fits-all solution, and what works for one person may not work for another. At New View Psychology Group, we offer a personalized approach to therapy that is tailored to your unique needs and goals. Our experienced therapists will work with you to develop a treatment plan that is best suited to your needs and preferences, and we will support you every step of the way as you work towards achieving your goals.

Signs that your child may need support:

  • Constant thoughts and fears about safety: If your child is constantly worried about their own safety or the safety of their parents or loved ones, it could be a sign of anxiety or trauma.
  • Refusal to go to school: If your child frequently refuses to go to school or has trouble leaving you or other caregivers, it could be a sign of separation anxiety or social anxiety.
  • Frequent physical complaints: If your child complains of frequent stomach aches, headaches, or other physical symptoms without an obvious cause, it could be a sign of anxiety or depression.
  • Difficulty sleeping: If your child has trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, it could be a sign of anxiety or other emotional distress.
  • Overly dependent: If your child seems overly dependent on you or other caregivers and has trouble doing things independently, it could be a sign of anxiety or other emotional distress.
  • Tantrums: If your child has frequent outbursts or tantrums that are out of proportion to the situation, it could be a sign of emotional distress.
  • Separation anxiety: If your child becomes extremely upset when you or other caregivers leave, it could be a sign of separation anxiety.
  • Excessive or unrealistic fears: If your child has fears that seem excessive or unrealistic, such as a fear of going outside or a fear of monsters under the bed, it could be a sign of anxiety.
  • Excessive nervousness: If your child is excessively nervous or worried about everyday activities or events, it could be a sign of anxiety.
  • If you notice any of these signs in your child, it may be helpful to seek the support of a mental health professional who specializes in working with children and adolescents.