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Mental Health Counseling

Mental health problems can affect every sphere of a person’s life. This includes the way a person thinks, how they feel, as well as their relationships with other people. Alliant’s multifaceted team of professionals provide evidence-based, trauma-informed, and effective, mental health treatment that is geared towards sustained recovery. Those struggling with feelings of depression, have been impacted by a personality disorder, or know a friend or family member who is dealing with mental health issues, Alliant team can work with those towards recovery.        


Alliant provides evidence-based mental health treatment programs that address clients’ individual needs. The programs treat different forms of mental health and addiction issues that includes bipolar disorder, anxiety, personality disorder, depression, PTSD, and schizophrenic disorder. Our approach to treatment comprehensive and covers physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of the client to promote long-lasting healing.


Understanding Mental Health and Addiction

Mental health refers to an individual’s cognitive, behavioral, and emotional well-being and affects how people think, feel, and behave every day. Different conditions can trigger mental health issues such as, stress, environment, addiction, genetics, or trauma. Addiction is a physical and psychological dependence on a substance or behavior that can cause harm to a person’s physical and mental wellbeing. Mental health and addiction are interconnected, and as such, it is important to address the two issues simultaneously to achieve effective recovery.


Some signs that a person may need mental health treatment are:

  • Experiencing significant changes in mood, energy levels, sleeping patterns, or eating habits
  • Having difficulty focusing or making decisions
  • Undergoing feeling of hopelessness, helplessness, or feeling down for a long period
  • Trouble controlling emotions
  • Entertaining suicidal thoughts or thoughts of self-harm
  • Participating in risky behaviors or substance use
  • Detaching oneself from family, friends, or favorite activities


Contact us at (216) 554-4211 to get started.