Healing takes time & asking for help is the first step.

What We Don't Do

What We Don't Do

Here's a clearer picture of the practices we consciously avoid:

  • Over-Prescription: We don't advocate for medicating every issue. Medications can be powerful tools, but they're not always the first or only solution. We believe in exploring a range of therapeutic interventions before considering pharmaceutical options.

  • Instant Diagnoses: Mental health is complex and multifaceted. We refrain from offering immediate, on-the-spot diagnoses, understanding the importance of thorough assessments and careful consideration.

  • One-Size-Fits-All: Every individual is unique, and so are their experiences and challenges. We don't adopt a generic approach but tailor our strategies to cater to individual needs.

  • Quick Fixes: Mental well-being is a journey, not a destination. We don't promise instant solutions but emphasize crafting detailed action plans centered around attainable milestones and realistic objectives.

  • Bypassing Consent: Your mental health journey is personal, and every step taken should have your informed consent. We don't introduce therapies, medications, or interventions without discussing them with you first.