Collaborative Care provides quality mental health services to children, adolescents and some adults. The clinicians at Collaborative Care understand that psychiatric issues are complex and often require specialists from several disciplines working together to solve difficult situations. Even when diagnoses of two people are the same, they might require very different interventions and therapeutic services. At Collaborative Care every patient and their family represents a unique set of conditions and nuances to be considered in evaluating and treatment.

In addition to treating adults, Collaborative Care sees children and adolescents with a large range of issues. These include emotional problems like anxiety, depression, and mood swings. Also, Collaborative Care is experienced in working with children and adolescents with developmental disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and physical symptoms that fall on the interface of psychiatry and medicine such as medically unexplained pain.