Psychiatric & Mental Health Services for Adults
Life can be hard! Axiom helps individuals explore and improve their emotional, behavioral, and relationship functioning.
Are you feeling stuck?
Throughout our life we have periods where we struggle or feel stuck. Whether it is biological, or through life circumstances, we come to a place where we need a helping hand to get us through the toughest of circumstances. At Axiom, we take the time to understand each individual's struggle and develop treatment to meet your or your family members needs.
We believe that people who come to us are not only looking for stability, they are looking for new ways to enjoy relationships and improve their overall quality of life. We do not define therapy as a passive process, but an “active” process which involves the participation of not only the individual, but their families as well. Our clinical team has worked in direct care for behavioral health programs all over the area and utilize their vast clinical experience to bring you treatment that yield results. Whether you desire therapy alone or need psychiatric care as well, our desire is to provide a level of treatment that far exceeds the industry standard and assists you and your family fully through recovery and beyond.
Life can be hard! We're here to help.
Axiom helps individuals explore and improve their emotional, behavioral, and relationship functioning. By improving the ways in which you handle your feelings and interact with others, your professional and personal life also will improve. Our Counselors work with you to understand your challenges and establish a positive therapeutic relationship that will help you achieve your goals as soon as possible. Psychiatric Services including medication management is also available.Call today... we can help!
Treatment is available for a wide range of presenting issues including:
Generalized anxiety and excessive worry
Panic disorder and panic attacks
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Adult Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD/ADD)
Self-esteem and self-confidence issues
Shyness and social challenges
Adjustment to life transitions, such as divorce or relocation
Grief and loss
Problems establishing or staying in relationships
Job, career, or school difficulties
Development of meaningful relationships
Request an appointment
For an appointment or to get more information about how we can help, please use the contact form or contact us at one of our office locations! We look forward to hearing from you.
Uniontown Office: 724-439-0308
New Kensington: 878-847-7179