We Are a Depression and Anxiety Center

Finding help when you are depressed or anxious can be confusing and frustrating. We are a specialty center that is dedicated to the treatment of Depressive and Anxiety disorders for ages 13 and up.  Treatments often need to be tailored specifically to a patient’s unique needs to navigate the complexities of these illnesses. Our team will provide patient education, assessment, testing, and will offer you a comprehensive plan of care. It is our goal is to help you achieve your optimal outcome and reconnect to a better quality of life.

Our dedicated psychiatric professionals are available to assist with:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • PTSD
  • OCD
  • Stress-related Disorders

At Salience, we will relentlessly pursue remission and recovery together, one patient at a time.

Our Specialty Centers

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Depression Center
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Anxiety Center

Power to the Patient

Our physicians work together and partner with your providers to allow collaboration in the treatment of depression and anxiety. Our unique and comprehensive approach to behavioral health maximizes treatment outcomes and emphasizes prevention as a priority of your care.

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Mental Healthcare is Healthcare

There is no single roadmap to recovery, but overall wellness requires attention to both your physical and behavioral health as the two directly impact one another.

The impact that our physical and behavioral health have on one another can be a viscous cycle. Treatment and prevention can only be successful by focusing on both. Salience Health takes a holistic and medicalized approach to treating behavioral health issues resulting in better and more sustainable treatment outcomes.



Team-based Care

The most effective treatment comes from a seamless support team that closely collaborates with one another for your overall wellness.

Salience Health has a team of psychiatrists, family medicine physicians, advanced practice providers, licensed therapists, medical assistants, and care navigators working together with you to help you reconnect to a better quality of life.


A Name With a Purpose

Why do we call ourselves Salience Health? The word salience describes the network of the human brain that regulates how we think, feel and behave. This is likely the network responsible for the symptoms you are experiencing. The name Salience also describes what we are all about: a relentless commitment to delivering the best in personalized, evidence-based care to put you on the path to improved mental and physical health.

See our Clinics

You are not alone. Salience Health has brought together the best in psychiatry, neurology, and primary care. Our providers are dedicated to collaboration with other specialties, both in and outside of our offices, to provide you with the best in collaborative, outcome driven care.

Compare the difference

Standard Psychiatric Care

  • Isolated Psychiatric Care
  • Limited Treatment Options
  • Communication Barriers
  • No Collaborative Care
  • No Progress Measurements
  • Relying on One Person for Your Care

The Salience Health Model

  • Unified Care Team
  • Multiple Treatment Options
  • Providers all Work Under One Roof
  • Sharing Information and Collaboration
  • Measurement Based Care
  • Multiple Providers for the Best Behavioral Healthcare Available

What to expect from your first appointment

Your initial appointment is a deep dive into your medical history, emotional challenges, and individual situation. This meeting will be your longest to ensure that we collect all the necessary information. This is essential to make an accurate diagnostic assessment and optimize your treatment planning.

Customized Treatment. Real Results.


I’ve been going to therapy here for almost 2 years and couldn’t be more pleased with the helpful, kind, patient, and informative staff. Thank you.

– Male Patient M.S.

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