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You are probably looking for help for yourself or someone you care about. Whether your concerns are about educational challenges, emotional problems, or other difficulty with general function or enjoyment in life, we invite you to call us. We are always happy to take phone calls and discuss your individual needs, and together we can decide whether we are a good match for you (or perhaps refer you to a different provider in the community). Sometimes you will get our voice mail—in that case, please leave a message and one of us will return your call the same business day if at all possible.
Common questions that our clients have:
- I am struggling in college. Do I have ADHD?
- My child has a very hard time taking tests. Does he have a learning disability? Anxiety?
- My energy is low, and I don’t seem to enjoy things anymore. Am I depressed? What do I do about it?
- I’ve always worried a lot, but it seems to be getting worse. Is there a way to manage this better?
- My doctor said that I need a psychological evaluation before I can have surgery. Can you help with this, and how much will it cost?
- I am getting a divorce, and I am worried about how the children are adjusting. What can my ex- and I do to help the kids?
New Path Psychology is a private practice focused on providing affordable, compassionate, responsive treatment and evaluations for a broad range of challenges and difficulties. We know that if people are unhappy, or are not functioning well (at school, at home, at work, in relationships) there are often ways to quickly assess and correct the problem. At New Path we specialize in focused, practical evaluations and in solution-focused brief therapies. We want to be a brief but useful part of your life!
We evaluate and treat difficulties including depression, anxiety, learning problems, attention deficits, relationship problems, and behavioral problems—or any combination of the above! Our children are growing up in an increasingly complex and stressful world, and we aim to provide support and practical suggestions to improve overall coping skills, function, happiness and satisfaction.
Treatment that begins when parents, teachers or school counselors notice that children are not functioning as well as they could. Psychologists can help children cope with such problems as anxiety and depression, hyperactivity, conflicts with parents and stressful events like divorce or a parent’s death.
Is a form of psychotherapy in which a group of patients meet to describe and discuss their problems together under the supervision of a therapist.