counseling and psychiatric services for adolescents and young adults
Jan Hamilton, MS, PMHNP, 
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Doorways LLC.


 1825 E. Northern Ave. 

Suite 200

Phoenix, AZ 85020

 

(602) 997-2880  

 

A Note from Jan
Founder of Doorways 

When we talk about mental health, most of the conversation centers on disease and disorders and raising awareness about these conditions. But there is another side to mental health, one that is often neglected in our discussions and in the media - mental health wellness.

 

We get checkups with our medical providers and keep up to date with our vaccinations in an effort to maintain our physical health, but the majority of us only begin looking after our mental health once something goes wrong. The state of our mental health influences how we see ourselves, how we see others, how we cope with challenging situations, and how well we manage the stress in our lives. 

 

Click here to read about several ways to develop the skills and habits needed to improve and maintain your mental health wellness.


Jan Hamilton, PMHNP-BC
Founder, Doorways, LLC

P.S. We are offering free 15 minute parent consultations through the end of December. This is a great opportunity to speak to a therapist about your teen's or young adult's particular issues.
NEW PROGRAM DIRECTOR

Doorways has a new Program Director, Dr. David Wall, PhD, Psychologist. 

 

Dr Wall will be starting at Doorways November 17th, and comes to us with over 20 years experience working with Eating Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, and OCD. We are so excited to have him join our staff, for the expert leadership he will provide to us and for the excellent care he will offer to kids, young adults and families at Doorways. During this month of Thanksgiving, we are very grateful for the addition of this expert professional to our team!

ReBo GROUP

The ReBo Psycho-educational group offers Young Adults (ages 18-25, males and females) opportunities to learn about issues relating to relationships, boundaries, communication, and how to put them in action!

 

The group is designed to give members the skills and knowledge they need to be successful in their personal and professional relationships.  

 

The group will be held on Wednesdays, from 6:30 - 7:45 pm. 

 

The cost is $45 per group or a discounted rate of $225 for 6 groups if paid in advance.

 

Click here for more information. 
FREE CONSULTATION
PROVIDER PROFILE: DIANE PALACIOS, MS, LISAC, LAC
Substance Abuse Provider now available at Doorways!

Diane Palacios, MS, LISAC, LAC
 

Diane Palacios has a Masters of Arts in Multicultural Ministries and Hispanic Studies from Fuller Theological Seminary. She also has a Masters of Science in both Addictions Counseling and Professional Counseling from Grand Canyon University. Diane is a Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor (LISAC) and a Licensed Associate Counselor (LAC). She is bilingual in Spanish and English. She helped develop Hope House, a family foster group home for Teenage Girls in Phoenix. Diane focuses on Substance Abuse treatment at Doorways and utilizes the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) criteria in evaluating the risks and treatment decisions for treatment options.

 

Please call our office at (602) 997-2880 for more information about how Diane can be of benefit to you or a family you know.

DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY
DBT Group for Adolescents: It's All About Relationships

Who:   Male and Female Adolescents, ages 13-18.  Group is open enrollment (you may join at any time).

 

What:  DBT group is a psychoeducational group for adolescents, specializing in teaching healthy coping skills through mindfulness strategies.

 

When:  Mondays, 6:30 p.m. - 7:45 p.m

 

Led By:  Jen Noto, LAC & Sarah VanHolland, LPC

 

Where:  Doorways, 1825 E. Northern Ave, Suite 200, Phoenix, Arizona 85020

 

How:  Email Trina or call Doorways, (602) 997-2880

 

For more information, click here.

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