Treating ADHD, Anxiety, Depression and Learning Disabilities.
Individual, Family and Marital Therapy
Life sometime brings difficulties. We are here to help.
Attention Deficit Disorder
One in four children have problems with focus and attention.
Stress can occur any where in our lives. It's how we manage it that counts.
A word from our clients
I would like to say a few words about the progress we have seen in our son since beginning treatment with Dr. Collins at RHI.
My son was a scared little boy who used to tell us he wanted to die. He had no friends, he was completely unable to control his anger which would display itself in aggressive outbursts. I would get frequent calls from school about his tossing over desks, yelling at teachers, threatening to break things, etc. Home life was nearly unbearable - everything was a traumatic event. He resisted the simplest requests (such as "time to brush you teeth", and perceived most everything a threat. He was terrified to leave the house after dark, so the family could never go out together once evening came. For over a year, we did not attend church as a family - one parent would take our daughter, while the other one stayed home with my son, as he would have tremendous anxiety attacks there. Screaming outbursts were part of daily life.
Child with Aspergers
Thank you so much for all you have done, for offering this life-changing treatment. I can't say enough about what it has meant to my son and our family.Although we tried many things - diet changes, therapy, medications, chiropractic care - nothing came close to making the changes in Matt's life like the treatment he has received from Dr. Collins. This past year has been like a miracle: no in-school suspensions (as a matter of fact, some of his teachers describe his as the "best behaved student in the class"); he is attending "mainstream" classes with all the other students; he has earned field trips that are based on grades, attendance, and behavior; he has a couple of friends who call and ask to come over and hang out with him; requests to do chores are met with agreement (or nothing more than typical teenage resistance), but not screaming outbursts; we can freely go out as a family even if it is dark (no one but our family could appreciate the absolute JOY at something so simple as driving through Christmas light displays); we attend church regularly, and Matt often asks to participate in the service; anxiety attacks, which used to be at least daily, are non-existent; and most importantly, he is HAPPY. Does he still have issues? Yes. (Don't we all?) But his progress has been nothing short of astounding. The transformation of our family life is beyond words.
Child with Autism
Thank you so much for all you have done, for offering this life-changing treatment. I can't say enough about what it has meant to our son and our family.
Twelve year old boy