Treatment & Admission Inquiries

If you’re a parent or caregiver looking for treatment options for your child or adolescents, please fill out our inquiry form to get in contact with admissions. We’ll reach out to talk in more detail about your teen, behaviors raising concern, treatment history and more to discuss recommendations for treatment.

If you are a clinician who is interested in learning more about treatment options for your client or discuss how to complete a clinical referral, you can contact our Clinical Education and Referral Relations Manager, Gaan Akers, LPC, NCC, at or 404-875-4551 ext 246.

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Everything You Need to Know About DBT Certification

Therapists and others in the mental health services community collectively work to help people navigate through life. These professionals provide considerable care to patients and offer treatment that help change the lives of many. DBT, or dialectical behavior...

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Why Do Individuals Self-Harm?

Self-harm is a common behavior, particularly among young people. It's estimated that approximately 18% of adolescents overall have harmed themselves intentionally. Females are at greatest risk of engaging in self-injury, with nearly 24% of female adolescents having...

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