HPWC recognizes that when you want to feel well, you want to feel well now. Most of our clients will tell you that they feel happier, hopeful, and more confident after just one visit. HPWC works diligently to connect with you and your needs in an effort to find the most effective way to guide you to healing. As you enter this non-judgmental and welcoming agency, you feel the dedication of our well-trained professionals who use evidence-based practices to develop the most effective treatment experience for you and your loved ones.


Trauma Informed Care

HPWC endorses the use of trauma-informed care, which shares the values and vision for this agency. A trauma-informed approach reflects adherence to six key principles rather than a prescribed set of practices or procedures. These principles may be generalizable across multiple types of settings, although terminology and application may be setting- or sector-specific:

  1. Safety
  2. Trustworthiness and Transparency
  3. Peer support
  4. Collaboration and mutuality
  5. Empowerment, voice and choice
  6. Cultural, Historical, and Gender Issues

ASSESSMENT AND DIAGNOSIS

HPWC recognizes that when you want to feel well, you want to feel well now. Most of our clients will tell you that they feel happier, hopeful, and more confident after just one visit. HPWC works diligently to connect with you and your needs in an effort to find the most effective way to guide you to healing. As you enter this non-judgmental and welcoming agency, you feel the dedication of our well-trained professionals who use evidence-based practices to develop the most effective treatment experience for you and your loved ones. 


OUTPATIENT SERVICES

Outpatient mental health services are tailor-made for each person’s needs.  Groups and individual sessions are available, with an emphasis on Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Motivational Interviewing concepts.  For the person in care, this means HPWC will help identify thinking patterns that lead to better outcomes, including feeling better! 


Family Therapy

HPWC values family and family relationships.  We define family to include those important people in the circle of influence around a person seeking care.  HPWC understands families are important and many times, they are very reason for a referral to behavioral health services.  We are open to meeting with couples, children, parents, teens, and other significant people; after all, these are the ones who will be in a person’s life to support and enhance growth after services have ended.