HartoHeart & Associates Inc. offers a wealth of dedicated mental health professionals with experience and training in various therapeutic traditions. Because of the abudant assortment of therapists at HartoHeart & Associates Inc. 's disposal, patients receive a more holistic approach to treatment than they might with other clinics. It is not uncommon for those suffering from mental illness to have a complex set of mental, biochemical, physical and perspective-based issues which compound one another. Our clinic offers interactive healing and can create a treatment program that is tailored specifically for each client. The following is a brief overview of many mental wellness therapies offered by HartoHeart & Associates Inc. .
We can treat various depression and mood disorders including generalized anxiety, seasonal affective, obsessive compulsive, post-traumatic, and bi-polar disorders, as well as mild, major, and psychotic depression. Additionally, we are equipped to tread all clusters of personality disorders, including Borderline Personality Disorder, Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Antisocial Personality Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, etc.
If the stress and anxiety in your life are affecting your over-all well-being and lifestyle then our professionals can help! Using guided meditation, hypnotherapy, and a personalized stress and anxiety management plan, clients can learn to self manage and relieve both stress and anxiety.
HartoHeart & Associates Inc. provides nutritional counseling services that will help you maintain, lose, or gain weight depending on your condition or situation, while improving your mental and physical health and boosting energy.
HartoHeart & Associates Inc. employs professionals trained to resolve a wide array of phobias, including fear of flying, claustrophobia, agoraphobia, acrophobia, homophobia, xenophobia, arachnophobia and bacillophobia.
HartoHeart & Associates Inc. has treated many patients in Woodridge with OCD using psychodynamic psychotherapy or behaviour therapy depending on whether the obsession is an obtrusive behaviour or thought.