Our Pueblo location is now accepting new patients for virtual telehealth appointments and medication management services.
At our Pueblo location, we are proud to offer flexible programs, both in-office and via telehealth, to help people navigate life with issues related to their mental health. By using a variety of the most current treatment methods and tools, individuals can choose how they would prefer to be cared for, so they can start living their best life.
Our goal is to make treatment and care as flexible as possible so that you can give your mental health the time and care it needs. Some of the options available at our Pueblo location are in-office (clinic) evaluations, telehealth services, medication management, medication-assisted treatment (MAT), and CBT based individual counseling.
Clarity Mental Health has offered the highest quality, compassionate mental health care, behavioral therapy, and medication management in the Pueblo, Castle Rock, and Denver Metro areas since 2017.
With flexible treatment options and virtual telehealth appointments, our team is dedicated to helping you get the quality care and treatment you deserve.
Offering telehealth appointment options allows us to meet the need for convenient, affordable, and readily accessible mental health services. We are dedicated to improving access to care, reducing delays in care, decreasing the loss of time and money needed to travel to appointments, and an increase in your privacy overall.
We realize the necessity of a thorough approach to mental health care, which includes recognizing the part that medications play in therapy. Our knowledgeable practitioners are experienced in prescribing and managing mental health medications and therapies for our patients’ overall improvement and success.
While there is no clear-cut cause for anxiety disorders, we do know that a variety of factors play a role in creating an anxiety disorder, including biological makeup, brain chemistry, one’s environment, and experiences.
Feeling down and upset at times is a natural part of life but depression occurs when feelings of sadness, loss, or even anger consistently affect an individual’s daily activities and quality of life.
ADHD stands for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and is characterized by above-normal levels of hyperactive and impulsive behaviors. Those with ADHD often have difficulty focusing and completing a single task or sitting still for extended periods of time – but it impacts many other areas of life too.
Sleep problems can be caused by many psychiatric conditions or other psychological problems.
A trained therapist can help you find the root causes of your insomnia and find ways to treat them.