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For Patients

Oasis offers extended hours six days a week and walk-in hours from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday to accommodate your hour of need.

Suggested Reading

At Oasis, we try to go above and beyond for our patients. With that in mind, we are introducing PATIENT’S CORNER with staff recommendations for books and other resources that you might find helpful in pursuit of your mental health well-being.

Goodnight Mind

Goodnight Mind

by Colleen E. Carney, PhD. and Rachel Manber, PhD.

Accessible, enjoyable, and grounded in evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), Goodnight Mind directly addresses the effects of rumination―or having an overactive brain―on your ability to sleep well. Written by two psychologists who specialize in sleep disorders, the book contains helpful exercises and insights into how you can better manage your thoughts at bedtime, and finally get some sleep.

Self-Compassion: Stop Beating Yourself Up and Leave Insecurity Behind

Self-Compassion: Stop Beating Yourself Up and Leave Insecurity Behind

by Kristin Neff, PhD.

Kristin Neff, PhD. says that it’s time to “stop beating yourself up and leave insecurity behind.”  Self-Compassion: Stop Beating Yourself Up and Leave Insecurity Behind offers expert advice on how to limit self-criticism and offset its negative effects, enabling you to achieve your highest potential and a more contented, fulfilled life.

Breathe: The Simple, Revolutionary 14-Day Program to Improve Your Mental and Physical Health

Breathe: The Simple, Revolutionary 14-Day Program to Improve Your Mental and Physical Health

by Belisa Vranich

Dr. Vranich shows readers how to turn back the tide of stress and illness, and improve the overall quality of their life through a daily breathing workout. In a fascinating, straightforward, jargon-free exploration of how our bodies were meant to breathe, Dr. Belisa Vranich delves into the ins and outs of proper breathing.

Adolescent Depression: A Guide for Parents

Adolescent Depression: A Guide for Parents

by Francis Mondimore, M.D. and Patrick Kelly, M.D.

In Adolescent Depression, psychiatrists Francis Mark Mondimore, MD, and Patrick Kelly, MD, explain that serious depression in adolescents goes beyond “moodiness.” Depression is in fact an illness―one that can be effectively treated. The authors describe the many forms of depression and the many symptoms of depression in young people―from sadness to irritability, self-harm, drug and alcohol abuse, and violent rages.

How to Love

How to Love

by Gordon Livingston, M.D.

Dr. Gordon Livingston – a physician of the human heart, a philosopher of human psychology – offers an urgently needed meditation on who best (and who best not) to love.  As in his previous books, Dr. Livingston demonstrates an unerring sense of what is important, providing readers with a much-needed alternative to the trial-and-error learning that makes wisdom such an expensive commodity.

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I just want to thank Dr. Richard for his time with me…he made me feel less anxious and relaxed in his presence.  He is also very professional and seems to care about me as a patient.  M.

The Front Desk is always so cheerful.  I enjoy everyone here.  Thank you so much!  A.

Just wanted to thank you for your help and support of my son…the medication was a game-changer.  I think it’s safe to say that you saved him a hospitalization and perhaps even saved his life. Thank you.  J.
I have been a patient here for almost 1 year.  The customer service as well as the quality of service is excellent…I feel that my mental [health] has improved greatly since the beginning of my therapy.

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