Individuals & Families

What would happen if you had someone right next to you who knew exactly what you needed and had an unwavering belief in you? What if that person was you? Behavioral Fitness helps to discover the root causes of maladaptive behaviors, identify ways to work better with others and develop new approaches to facing life challenges. Learn how to get started building your behaviorally fit life and family.

Behavioral Fitness is a client-driven program. We personalize our tools and approach to address each client’s unique goals and objectives. Our customized programs aim to optimize your Behavioral Fitness experience.

We have developed a number of evidence-based approaches to address maladaptive behaviors (often labeled by the medical community as disorders). We facilitate access to care and community through partnerships with experts in a wide variety of fields and specialties. Where possible, we integrate technology (video conferencing, online apps, texting, podcasts, videos) to increase accessibility to our programs which may include any or all of the following elements:

One-on-One Sessions

Engage in private one-on-one sessions with a Doctor of Behavioral Health (DBH) discussing the root causes of presenting circumstances.

Planning

Co-create a customized, results-oriented plan with clear goals and objectives to effect changes to improve the quality of life for all involved.

Education

Participate in group and educational workshops that incorporate Lifestyle Medicine (art, music, human connection, photography, theater, and more).

Collaboration

Collaborate in small peer-to-peer groups and within your setting (family, school, work, team) to develop tools to work better together.

Specialized Programs

Leverage unique programs to meet your needs such as:

  • HIPP (Healing in Place Program),
  • PEACE (Providing Easier Access to Care Everywhere),
  • TL4C (Teen Leaders For Change), and
  • Sustainability Planning.

Individuals and families who participate in our Behavioral Fitness program come away with the new-found skills to approach life’s challenges.

  • Tools to sustain progress
  • An easy-to-use framework to prevent maladaptive behaviors
  • A personal outlook based in love, understanding, and courage (absent of shame and blame)
  • New activities to help you thrive
  • Skills to build and maintain healthy relationships and connections
  • Strength to believe in yourself and your processes.
  • Empowerment to help others who are suffering