We are a unique practice, providing comprehensive, collaborative mental health care through our team of psychiatrists, psychologists, psychotherapists, art therapists, coaches, and neuroscientists. Our patient population is diverse, and we are inclusive and welcoming to all.
Our approach provides empathic, evidenced-based, integrated care for whole-brain health. While patients might be experiencing similar symptoms, our priority is to customize individualized treatment and care plans that will help each person or family maximize potential and health through coordinated services that might include: proper medication, therapy, testing, brain modulation, lifestyle suggestions, and/or dietary supplements.
We believe that every patient is unique.
WBMA is committed to providing the highest quality of care that is compassionate, patient-centered and comprehensive, prioritizing the health and wellbeing of each whole person. Our vision is to be a leader in innovative treatments and care, that reaches all patients, from childhood to adulthood, including those with rare and treatment-resistant illnesses.
We recognize that cultural differences can enhance quality of care and significantly contribute to a more successful treatment strategy. Understanding a person’s unique culture becomes essential in diagnosis and treatment. We understand mental health stigma is deeply rooted in many cultures. Many patients seek mental health support as a last resort, after exhausting other alternatives. Understanding this mindset helps us to bridge the gap between a person’s culture and mental health care. In addition, there are unique aspects of medication management dependent on genetics. The metabolism of certain medicines may be different depending on cultural genetics, leading to possible alternative effective dosages and side effects. We strive to look at each ‘whole person,’ including what can’t be measured or quantified on paper.
Acceptance & Commitment Therapy - ACT
WBMA, LLC and SOAR are proud to be trained in Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT). ACT is an active therapy that helps participants accept and engage with feelings and thoughts, even those that are uncomfortable, while simultaneously progressing towards personal values and goals. Self-acceptance, self-compassion, flexibility, mindfulness, and cognitive-behavioral change are integral to this therapy.