Help is on the way

Help is on the way

Has someone said that you need to see a counselor, or that you need help with your emotions or behaviors? Or are the pills you’ve been taking seeming to lose their effectiveness on the bed post overnight? This can be scary stuff because it forces us to face that toughest question- am I alright? Let me assure you that IF you can ask for help then that is the first step to being at least better…and maybe- alright. That is because asking for help is taking responsibility for your own thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. We respect that here at Goshawk. Asking for help doesn’t make you sick or crazy, it shows that you are smart and have courage to do what you might be afraid of doing. So if you have the courage to take responsibility for your own life come see us at Goshawk and let us walk along that path with you.

Meet The Team

Psychologists are trained to help you explore and understand how your emotions and behaviors work together to help you feel comfortable, or uncomfortable in life. They can use special tools to see if many types of emotional and behavioral conditions are present or absent in your life.
Ever find yourself worrying?

Ever find yourself worrying?

Ever find yourself worrying, but don't know why? Feeling "down" or "blue" but don't know where it's coming from or what to do about it? Do you have a friend or family member who has a life changing illness, lost a job or family member? Are you going through any type of relationship stress? Such events affect you, your other family members, and your kids. Are you or a family member or your child feeling "stuck" in life, not sure which direction to go in? How about that child in school where you're wondering if they're "getting it"? Might the problem be ADHD or learning disabilities?

Goshawk Behavioral Health Blog

Helpful Information on some common topics we want to share with you.
When Someone I Love Is Depressed What Do I do or say?
01Sep
1. Educate yourself. There are many Internet sites where you can learn about depression, its symptoms, and treatment. 2. Put yourself in their shoes. Learn...
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The Stigma of Behavioral/Mental Health
01Sep
Many times, our clients mention the idea of fear attached to seeking counseling services. For years, behavioral/mental health has had a negative stigma attac...
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