While a person often feels better after a good talk with a friend or relative; for moderate or severe emotional distress, this relief is only temporary. Speaking with a mental health professional can help alleviate emotional distress. The doctors in our practice are trained to treat emotional challenges and interact in a way that helps address the very root of emotional concerns. The Center for Behavioral Change, P.C. also offers psychological testing and grief counseling.


Derrick S.

“What a relief to be doing something, finally, after all these years. Just admitting I had a problem and needed help has really increased my self esteem.”

Lance B.

“Dr. Francis saved our marriage. Our lives are so much better now that we’ve ironed out some basic issues and really worked at communicating. It was well worth the time and money investment.”

Sara A.

“I just couldn’t get up in the mornings. All I wanted to do was sleep and eat ice cream. It hasn’t been easy but I’m finally getting to the place where I can face the morning with some enthusiasm. Thank you for believing in me, or rather, helping me believe in myself.”