To The Halliday Center for Psychotherapy and Wellness. We are a multi-specialty group of caring clinicians devoted to promoting the health and well-being of our patients. Our focus is to provide you with the best possible tools, treatments, and therapy to help facilitate insight, promote healing, and gain clarity, control, and happiness in your life. We are dedicated to helping people understand the causes of their problems, and to assist them in either solving those problems or learn how to come to peace with them.
Using evidences-based and integrative approaches, we strive to provide you the tools necessary to cope with life stressors, life transitions, and/or struggles with mental illness.
Our team of clinicians have worked extensively with persons suffering from a wide variety of problems and many have specific specialties and focused training in the following issues
Anxiety, Depression, and Life TransitionsTrauma and PTSDChildren and teen behavioral challenges (including IEP and 504 students)Parent-child difficultiesAdjustment Issues and StressAdult and youth ADHDBehavioral Health and Chronic IllnessNutrition and HealthBipolar DisorderPersonality DisordersLGBTIQ, Gender, and Sexuality issues
Fertility, Pregnancy, and Postpartum issue
Please contact our client care advocate Ry for inquiries or to schedule an initial appointment at:
The Halliday Center Supports the Black Lives Matter Movement, our LGBTIQ communities, and believes that all women should have the right to full reproductive healthcare.
: All written or verbal communication with any of our staff or our treatment team will be treated in a confidential manner, however, if you choose to contact us via email, be aware that email is not considered a secure or confidential means of communicating, so the privacy of communication cannot be guaranteed. We reserve e-mail for basic questions and scheduling only. In addition, such communication does not and cannot constitute the creation of a doctor/patient relationship. A doctor/patient relationship is agreed to during a scheduled appointment and upon signing a written agreement. We do not offer advice, therapy, or emergency care via email. If you need emergency medical or psychiatric care, call 911, or the crisis hotline at 888-724-7240
or go to the nearest hospital emergency room. Please leave us with your preferred safe and confidential way to return your message and /or to leave you a message. Thank you.