General Mental Health
Experiencing stressors can have a damaging effect on overall mental health and well-being. Mental health concerns are prevalent in the United States, with 1 in 5 adults suffering from behavioral, mental, or emotional issues. These problems can range from mild to severe and significantly impact daily functioning. Although not all mental health concerns become chronic or extreme, they may still negatively affect the treatment or prognosis of a person's other mental or medical condition. Therefore, it is crucial to prioritize addressing general mental health concerns during psychotherapy sessions.
Psychotherapy can help individuals deal with a range of issues like problems in their relationships, abuse or neglect, lack of social support, family difficulties, grief, domestic violence, educational or career concerns, housing or financial issues, problems with the legal system, medical matters, or other personal, environmental, or psychosocial challenges.
At The Main Foundation, our licensed psychologists have expertise in integrating CBT with other effective psychotherapies to assess and treat general mental health concerns accurately.