Our Mission

Kadeem Daley has built his relationships with community agencies, hospital settings and therapeutic relationships with patients and families by putting patient care at the forefront of his interactions. Kadeem Daley’s goal is to reduce wait time for services, provide around the clock consultation/support, and to make you feel comfortable knowing you are asking questions to a clinical who is currently connected with Hospital settings; consulting on complex cases, completing assessments and working with a multidisciplinary team. Kadeem is gathering a wealth of knowledge to pour into his own private patients to give them direct and impactful support.


Anxiety is a common mental health illness in today's society. Anxiety is our body's response to stress. It can be experienced in many ways but more commonly individuals experience rapid heartbeat, shallow breathing and overthinking. Anxiety can be impactful for everyone and at times it can be overwhelming and becomes hard for us to do day-to-day activities. Anxiety can be treated with psychotherapy and at times supported with medication.


Depression is a persistent mood disorder that can affect anyone at any time. Depression should always be taken serious as it can have a impact on the quality of your life and can change your relationship with your loved ones. Depression can occur in many ways but not limited to a major life event, job loss, trauma, abuse, and financial strain.

Emotional Dysregulation

Emotional dysregulation refers to difficulties in managing and controlling one's emotions effectively. Individuals experiencing emotional dysregulation may have intense emotional reactions that are disproportionate to the situation at hand. This difficulty in regulating emotions can manifest in various ways, such as heightened emotional responses, rapid mood swings, and a tendency to overreact to stressors. Emotional dysregulation is often associated with various mental health conditions, including mood disorders, personality disorders, and trauma-related disorders.


Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), is a very common neurodevelopmental disorder that affects individuals ability to plan. ADHD is typically diagnosed during childhood after several testing and observations with a professional. You may observed your child getting distracted easily, having difficulties in school following instructions, completing task and or sitting still.

Parental Support

Parental support in therapy recognizes the interconnectedness of family dynamics and the impact they have on a child's mental health. Establishing consistent routines and structures at home that align with therapeutic goals, promoting a sense of stability and predictability for the child. If you find you are having difficulties with parenting and require additional support with the above do not be discouraged.

Academic Stress

Academic stress refers to the pressures and challenges students experience in their academic pursuits, leading to feelings of tension, anxiety, and unease. It can result from various factors related to the academic environment, such as high expectations, workload, competition, and the desire to meet academic standards

Behavioral Management

Behavioral management refers to a systematic approach used in various settings to modify, shape, or control individuals' behavior. This approach is often applied in educational, organizational, therapeutic, and parenting contexts. The primary goal of behavioral management is to promote positive behaviors, reduce or eliminate undesirable behaviors, and create an environment that supports personal and social development.

Therapeutic approaches

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a widely used and effective form of psychotherapy that focuses on the relationship between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. CBT is used to treat a wide range of mental health conditions, including:
Depression Anxiety disorders Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Eating disorders, Substance use disorders.

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy

DBT is the acceptance of an individual's current state while also recognizing the need for change. DBT has been found effective in treating a variety of conditions, including borderline personality disorder, suicidal ideation, self-harm behaviors, substance use disorders, eating disorders, and mood disorders

Solution Focused Therapy

Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), often referred to as Solution-Focused Therapy, is an approach to psychotherapy that focuses on identifying and building solutions rather than on analyzing problems. It is particularly useful when clients are seeking concrete, practical solutions and prefer a forward-looking, strengths-based approach to change.

Narrative Therapy

Narrative Therapy emphasizes the impact of the stories we tell about ourselves, our experiences, and relationships on our sense of identity and well-being. The therapy focuses on helping individuals reframe and reconstruct their narratives

Attachment Based Therapy

Attachment-based therapy is a therapeutic approach that focuses on the impact of early attachment experiences on an individual's emotional, psychological, and relational well-being. The overarching goal is to enhance emotional security, improve relationships, and support overall well-being.