At Native, we believe that mental health is innate and that mental health care should be integrative. Our mission is to provide integrative mental health care to the communities where we live. We believe that each of us has the inborn potential to heal, grow, and thrive. We believe that we are part of a movement that reduces the stigma associated with mental illness and therapy and supports individuals in developing the skills to maintain emotional wellbeing.
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Integrative Mental Health Care
Integrative mental health care is treatment for mental health concerns that incorporates evidence based complementary and alternative therapies. These types of therapies include nutrition, movement, meditation, breath work, biofeedback and energy work. We believe that an integrative approach is superior to a traditional approach, psychotherapy plus medication, because it is comprehensive and holistic.
The aspect of our well-being which organizes our values, relationships, and the meaning and purpose of our lives
Physical, chemical, and biological factors that exist outside a person
Interpersonal relationships, adaptability and comfortability to different social situations
Consciousness, thoughts, and mindsets
(Functional) nervous system, brain, endocrine system, musculoskeletal system, and gastrointestinal system
We know the mind and body are connected and we know that humans are multifaceted and their many systems (mind, body, social, environmental) influence one another, so we want to work on all fronts and in all dimensions to ensure the best possible outcome and build the most resilience!
What We Treat
Stress and its resulting conditions such as adrenal fatigue, insomnia, anxiety, and depression
Anxiety, worry, rumination, obsessive thinking and compulsive behavior
Mood and energy related concerns including apathy, dysthymia, and depression
Difficulty with executive function including sustaining attention, memory, planning, organization and task initiation
Eating Disorders and other body related concerns
Academic struggles including career uncertainty
Intrusive memories, avoidance, negative changes in thinking and mood, and changes in physical and emotional reactions resulting from acute, chronic, or complex trauma
Grief and loss
Feelings of denial, anger, sadness, and disenfranchisement
Relationship concerns including communication, insecurity, discontentment, resentment, and lack of intimacy and connection