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As a concierge practice, Mindful Clinics offers house calls for patients who prefer the convenience of in-home consultation or cannot come to the office due to mental health or medical reasons. We can also meet patients at other locations of their choosing.

Psychiatrists at Mindful Clinics practice evidence-based medicine and prescribe medications to treat mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders. They develop personalized treatment plans to address each patient’s unique needs.

This one-on-one psychotherapy incorporates various theoretical models tailored to each patient’s needs, helping them gain increased insight into their problems and learn skills for managing them in more adaptive ways.

Also known as CBT, cognitive behavioral therapy is an evidence-based, active type of psychotherapy focused on thoughts, behaviors, and actions. It is mostly present-focused, and involves identifying and changing unhelpful ways of thinking, relating, and behaving so patients can lead more adaptive, healthier lives.

Also known as Mindful Awareness, this is the practice of maintaining a nonjudgmental state of heightened awareness and acceptance of one’s thoughts, feelings, and sensations. Mindfulness can help patients with a wide variety of mental health concerns by increasing their ability to tolerate and regulate negative thoughts and feelings.


Mindful Clinics does not provide crisis intervention or crisis counseling. If you are in crisis or have suicidal thoughts, please call the 24/7 National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or go to your nearest emergency room.

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