Who We Treat
New View Psychology is dedicated to helping people of all ages overcome their mental health challenges and lead fulfilling lives. Our team of experienced and compassionate therapists is here to provide support and guidance to children, adolescents, college-age students, adults, and older adults.
Children and Adolescents
Mental health concerns in children and adolescents are common, with as many as one in five young people experiencing a mental health condition at any given time. These concerns can range from mild to severe, and can include issues such as anxiety, depression, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), behavioral problems, and trauma-related disorders. Therapy can be a critical tool for addressing these concerns and supporting the mental health and well-being of young people.
We understand that seeking help for your child can be a challenging and emotional process. That’s why we strive to provide a warm, welcoming, and child-friendly environment that helps children feel comfortable and at ease.
Our team is dedicated to building strong relationships with our clients and their families, and we work closely with other healthcare providers, schools, and community organizations to provide comprehensive care and support.
As a college student, you may be familiar with the pressure of meeting academic demands, juggling social commitments, and figuring out your career goals. It’s not easy to navigate through these challenges, but what if I told you that there’s a way to unlock your full potential and achieve success both in and out of the classroom?
New View Psychology has over a decade of experience, we have worked with many college students who were struggling to balance their responsibilities and reach their goals. Through a combination of evidence-based practices, we have helped them develop the skills they need to thrive academically and personally.
Whether you are feeling overwhelmed with coursework, struggling with anxiety, or simply want to improve your overall well-being, We’re here to help.
As adults navigate the challenges of daily life, they may experience a range of mental health concerns that can impact their emotional and physical well-being. These concerns can stem from a variety of sources, including work stress, relationship issues, traumatic experiences, grief and loss, hormonal changes and chronic health conditions.
Some of the most common mental health concerns for adults is anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), issues related to self-esteem, body image, and interpersonal relationships.
Therapy can be a valuable tool for addressing adult mental health concerns and helping individuals achieve greater emotional and psychological resilience.
Women face a range of specific mental health concerns that can affect their overall well-being and quality of life. These concerns can be caused by a variety of factors, including hormonal changes, societal pressures, and life transitions. Therapy can be a valuable tool for women to address these mental health concerns and improve their mental and emotional health.
One common mental health concern that women experience are depression and Anxiety. However, Postpartum depression is another mental health concern that specifically affects women. This type of depression can occur after giving birth and can cause feelings of sadness, irritability, and a lack of interest in the baby. Many women also experience trauma, including sexual assault, domestic violence, and childhood abuse. In addition to these concerns, women may also experience other mental health concerns such as eating disorders, substance abuse, and low self-esteem.
Overall, therapy can be a valuable tool for women facing a range of mental health concerns. By providing a safe and supportive space to explore their thoughts and feelings, women can develop effective coping strategies, improve their mental and emotional well-being, and work towards achieving their goals and aspirations.
As people age, they may experience a range of mental health concerns that can affect their overall well-being and quality of life. These concerns can be caused by a variety of factors, including physical health conditions, life transitions, and social isolation.
Common mental health concerns include depression, anxiety, cognitive impairment, and dementia. As people age, they may experience a decline in social connections and support networks, which can lead to feelings of loneliness and social isolation. In addition to these concerns, older adults may also experience other mental health concerns such as substance abuse, grief and loss, and low self-esteem
Therapy can be a valuable tool for older adults to address these mental health concerns and improve their mental and emotional health. By providing a safe and supportive space to explore their thoughts and feelings, older adults can develop effective coping strategies, improve their mental and emotional well-being, and work towards achieving their goals and aspirations.