You don’t have to self-diagnose to realize that you may not be mentally or emotionally “tuned up” and able to balance all of life’s stressors.

Our trained and caring staff are here to help you understand your feelings and ways to improve mindfulness and resiliency that will improve your quality of life.

Symptoms We Treat


Some of the most common behavioral health symptoms we treat include:

  • Behavioral or emotional difficulties
  • Difficulty fully expressing emotion
  • Disorganized thinking
  • Feeling emotions more intensely
  • Feeling overwhelmed and directionless
  • Inability to care for yourself
  • Inability to focus
  • Loss of a job or a loved one
  • Major changes in personality
  • Overcoming anxiety and sadness
  • Overcoming trauma
  • Reduced ability to manage stress
  • Self-injury
  • Social isolation and withdrawal
  • Suicidal thoughts or actions
  • And more based on your need

Treating the Whole Patient

We understand that you or a loved one may need coping assistance or coaching because of a number of situations. Our approach to behavioral health treats the whole patient and addresses life’s challenges with a life-strategy treatment plan specifically designed for success.

Accompanying this approach are our clinical services and mental health resources. Behavioral health treatment options include group, recreational and occupational therapy, family conferences, counseling, medication education, and psychiatric evaluations. We also partner with outside support systems to ensure each individual’s path to mental health is supported in the ways that are needed most.

We believe in the continuity of care and will continue to extend our services to individuals even after they leave our facilities. Whichever path to wellness you or a loved one chooses to pursue, we provide support throughout the entire process and beyond.

Learn more about our programs, including:

For more information or to schedule an assessment, please contact The Medical Center of Aurora’s Behavioral Health and Wellness Center at (303) 360-3650.