Here at Foresight, we offer full-service therapy. We meet with you, person to person, to listen and understand. By understanding where you’ve been, we help you feel confident about where you’re going.
We don’t use text-based therapy or our digital platform as a substitute for one-on-one time with your provider. We do, however, offer care-enhancing tools and support through our member portal to help you on your journey.
Our evidence-based outpatient services are provided by licensed mental health professionals who have extensive experience in a variety of specialty areas and approaches. Some of the conditions or issues we can help you with include anxiety and depression, trauma and grief, anger and stress, and relationships.
We provide space and guidance for you to develop and realize healthy goals around how you relate to the people and situations in your life. Online sessions only. In-person appointments on hold during the pandemic.
Through these sessions, partners learn and develop healthy relational and communication skills to strengthen the relationship. Online sessions only. In-person appointments on hold during the pandemic.
Our providers work with family members to help set healthy boundaries with one another while also developing solid communication skills in order to connect. Online sessions only. In-person appointments on hold during the pandemic.
For kids age 17 and younger, we offer treatment that’s focused on navigating emotions, communication and relationships. We work creatively through talk and play therapy approaches. Online sessions only. In-person appointments on hold during the pandemic.
Our group therapy sessions are focused on providing education and support around a variety of topics, including anxiety, depression, grief, mindfulness and more. Our intention is to cultivate connection and insights through this group setting.
Our team of neuropsychologists is trained in evaluating and recommending treatment for a number of conditions, including learning disabilities, attention disorders, neurological disease, traumatic brain injury and autoimmune conditions.
Neuropsychology, a branch of psychology, focuses on how an individual’s thinking and behavior are related to the brain and nervous system.
Currently, due to the limitations of conducting evaluations by video during the pandemic, we only offer assessments for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD. All ADHD assessments are conducted virtually.
We’re actively working to expand the types of assessments we do. If you’re interested in a specific assessment or have questions about how our process works for assessing ADHD, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-588-8995.