Untreated behavioral health conditions follow people from adolescence to adulthood, harming personal growth and supportive relationships. Couples and families are vulnerable, often bearing the most detrimental and longest-lasting collateral damage from poor behavioral health.
With a holistic approach from a team of experienced therapists and counselors, we help families overcome behavioral health struggles, repair relationships, and develop generational wellness. Our team of professionals specializes in different behavioral health treatments, psychotherapies, and couples therapy. We collaborate to help your family reconnect and find a shared purpose and meaning in life.
With life’s difficulties, it’s easy to see why relationships can splinter. Without proper communication and attention, people can drift apart—letting disagreements fester into resentments. When comparing your current circumstances to what you once had, rekindling your relationship can feel like a lost cause.
There is hope, though. At Pacific Beach Health, we help families find peace, balance, and connection to the lost. Through our couples therapy sessions, people can grow closer despite past problems. Whether you’re struggling with your marriage or another family relationship, we are here to help.
For most people, your teenage years are among your most tumultuous. Between raging hormones, peer pressure, and a lingering sense of confusion, living as a teenager—or with a teenager—can be a lot of pressure. Behavioral health struggles, whether caused by behavioral disorders or a symptom of the circumstances, amplify this difficulty.
At Pacific Beach Health, we help adolescents overcome their behavioral struggles and lay the foundation for a healthy, productive, and peaceful adult life. Our engaging approach enables teens to find their true selves in a safe, encouraging, and inspiring atmosphere.
Mood disorders, believed to be caused by an imbalance in brain chemistry, alter the way you interact with life. For those suffering from mood disorders, life can feel domineering, and aggravating emotions cause extreme highs and lows. Simply put, those with mood disorders are out of sync with most people’s emotions and reactions, often creating tension in personal relationships.
We approach mood disorders with a holistic perspective, integrating diverse therapies to help people regulate emotions, achieve mind-body wellness, and interact with loved ones in a healthier, harmonious manner.
Personality disorders, believed to be caused by traumatic events and circumstances interfering with personal development, alter the way you approach life. Those with personality disorders possess vastly different perspectives, beliefs, and thought patterns than the average person, jarring everyday interactions while creating constant friction.
At Pacific Beach Health, we empathize with clients struggling with personality disorders. Our team of specialists collaborates to help individuals live well despite personality disorders and to develop healthy family relationships.
Any family struggling with substance addiction knows that when a family member suffers from addiction, everybody hurts. Individual succumbs to the addiction, allowing it to overtake everything, creating distrust and destruction at every opportunity.
We understand how overwhelming chemical or substance addiction feels. We are passionate about helping families restore their lives to the way things were—before addiction took hold. We integrate proven therapies with a spiritual perspective to help families heal.
Behavioral and process addictions are deceptive, warping seemingly normal and trivial activities into dangerous habits. While not a physical condition, behavioral and process addictions are equally as compulsive and destructive. For families suffering from behavioral or process addiction, life can feel out of control.
At Pacific Beach Health, we are committed to helping people heal from the damage caused by addiction and get back on track. Our professional and empathetic specialists collaborate to help families heal.