We provide variety of services. Don’t hesitate to contact us, even if you don’t see what you’re looking for below.

Relationship Problems
Relationship Solutions Center wants to help you find solutions for unfulfilling relationships and managing toxic relationships.  We’ll help you build the self-esteem and confidence required to move forward in a healthy manner.

Anxiety Disorders
There are several anxiety disorders including panic disorders, generalized anxiety, social phobia and PTSD.  They all share the feature of excessive fear and anxiety and related behavioral disturbances.  What exactly does that mean?

We have found that depression is often the most misunderstood mental health condition. There is a common misperception that depression is similar to the sadness everyone will occasionally experience in response to life events.

Alternative Dispute Resolution
An interest based negotiation, which empowers individuals and couples to decide what their goals are, set priorities and create shared solutions that consider the interests and needs of both clients.

ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
Prior to 1987, the terminology for ADHD was ADD with or without hyperactivity. Currently our diagnostic manual designates three types of ADHD – predominantly Inattentive, predominantly Hyperactive-Impulsive, and Combined. In our experience, many people incorrectly continue to use the term ADD.

Alternative sexuality
Alternative sexuality might mean individuals in the GLBT community, those who identify as non-binary, non-monogamous (e.g., polyamorous and/or open relationships), as well as the those in the kink or BDSM community.

Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression)
There are two types of Bipolar Disorder – type I or type 2.  Bipolar Disorder type I is diagnosed if you have had a Major Depressive Episode and either a Manic or Mixed Episode.
Self-Esteem and Emotional Health
You might wonder, how we came to this conclusion and how we are defining and thinking about self-esteem? We believe self-esteem is defined as the level of value and worth you assign yourself. This goes hand-in-hand and has a reciprocal relationship with self-confidence – believing yourself to be competent and capable.