Mission & Values
To provide trauma-responsive, anti-oppressive, inclusive, accessible, and ethical evaluation, treatment, and education of individuals, couples, families, organizations, and communities.
We prioritize understanding the intersectionality of multiple sociocultural identities and values of the individual, how these impact worldviews and experiences, and how current societal systems and events may play a role in mental and physical health symptoms and experiences.
We are an anti-racist and anti-oppressive organization, meaning that we strive to dismantle policies, beliefs, and organizations that contribute to racism and oppression and will not tolerate hateful language or behavior in any way against any people. To demonstrate our commitment to anti-racist and anti-oppressive practices, we provide ongoing training on various elements of multicultural humility, strive to be a culturally safe space work in and to receive services, work to identify and discuss systemic barriers and responsivity issues in our organizational decisions and conceptualizations of care, and employ a team of individuals whom align both personally and professionally with our mission and values.