Our Services

What brings us to change

Whether you, your family or loved one is in need of individual therapy or daily structured outpatient treatment, Peak will custom tailor an individualized therapeutic curriculum. For those interested in program services we offer an in-depth assessment with one of our licensed mental health professionals. We then consult our clinical team and collectively identify the most comprehensive course of care indicated to best support you. While most programs offer a “one size fits all” structure, we believe clinical services should match the needs of our clients. This is achieved through a highly collaborative and specialized plan of clinical care. A plan created specifically for you and your family.

Our goal is to help our clients identify maladaptive patterns and explore their causality, not just to treat arising symptoms. To this end, our clinical approach focuses heavily on issues of attachment, family of origin, trauma and acquired dysfunctional coping mechanisms. While ultimately harmful, these coping mechanisms can be our best attempt to find comfort. However, the unhealthy behaviors we resort to in order to sooth ourselves begin to compound distress creating a difficult cycle to break. Through skilled therapeutic interventions tending to emotional, physiological, and relational components of our lives, we at Peak support our clients in regaining balance and reclaiming personal hope, resilience, and agency. In so doing, we mitigate the need for behaviors and patterns which no longer serve us or our relationships.

In addition to a fully licensed staff and specialized programming, we at Peak believe strongly in recruiting social and relational support networks. This is most commonly our immediate family of origin but may be friends, colleagues, recovery communities or extended family. One of the ways we do this is with the seamless integration of mentoring services to help foster and amplify clinical goals. Many cultures have realized that through the collective “we”, the individual heals. There is no community more important in reparative work than those around us who foster feelings of value and worth. As such, we make regular use of this support and incorporate these meaningful members in each clinical program.

Young Adults

In a time where autonomy and abundance of possibility are often celebrated, some of us feel frozen and unable to move forward. This can lead to a negative loop of diminishing self esteem and increased attempts to bring ease through unhealthy channels. The team at Peak is boasts a wonderful variety of skilled, licensed social workers who excel in offering guidance and tangible options to help our clients move into their true trajectory.

• Failure to launch

• Mood disorders

• Trauma

• Substance abuse

• Isolation

• Feelings of overwhelm

• Difficulty setting vocational/academic course

• Transitioning care from inpatient/residential




Adolescence is arguably one of the most pivotal stages of development in our lives. Personality is being forged and many life long patterns are in the process of solidifying. The task of this period in life is to test limits, push beyond comfort and delve deeper into identifying who we are. It is important to provide the appropriate scaffolding so that the emerging young adult can move through these times safely, with support and understanding.

• Unhealthy electronic use

• Attention & focus difficulties

• Anxiety, Depression & Suicidal Ideation

• Maladaptive behavioral patterns (substance use, self-harm, eating disorders)

• Trauma

• Difficulties with social relationships

• Oppositional behavior

• Transitioning care from inpatient/residential



Every relationship of consequence in our lives is highly informed by both implicit and explicit messaging from our family of origin. We at Peak are adamant about exploring this framework with our clients and their families both to make use of valuable areas of support and to discard unwanted and less useful patterns and dynamics.

• Difficulty in communication

• High conflict

• Inconsistent boundaries

• Abusive/avoidant family dynamics

• Unfulfilling Multi-generational behavior/ relational patterns

• Blended family systems