Psychosocial Unit

Our Psychosocial Unit team consists of one full-time clinical psychologist, who is supported as needed by staff counselors and social workers from other units. This team will provide children and adults with honest, professional advice and counsel, and we guarantee that you will be treated with dignity and respect.

We can help you manage any form of stress, anxiety, or phobia, as well as other conditions, including:

  • Trauma
  • Living with cancer
  • Living with HIV/AIDS
  • Living with high blood pressure, diabetes, and other chronic conditions
  • Relationship challenges of any kind
  • Family issues, such as divorce, abuse, and misunderstandings
  • Alcohol and other drug-related issues
  • Sexual abuse and dissatisfaction between conjugal partners
  • Sexual orientation
  • Professional burn-out and healthcare worker psychological support

We would like to help you get the most out of life and free you from the symptoms of mental health challenges. These include:

  • Grief after loss
  • Behavioral health
  • Adolescent behavior modification
  • Student academic and career guidance
  • Mood and mental disorders
  • Depression and psychosis
  • Obsessive/compulsive disorder
  • Eating disorders
  • Sleep disorders
  • Learning disabilities
  • Attention deficit
  • Performance enhancement
  • Modifying unwanted habits
  • Finding mental clarity
  • Any addiction, including alcohol, drugs, and other substance abuse
  • Drug testing