Group Therapy: New groups starting in Laramie County

Are you interested in trying out group therapy? We are adding new groups in Laramie County! These three groups are starting next week: Tru Thought: Turn off your negative and destructive thoughts 10-11:30 a.m. on Tuesdays (beginning June 2, 2020) Men’s Work: Aftercare group for men 12:30-2 p.m. on Wednesdays (beginning June 3, 2020) Coping … Continued

Peak closed on Monday, May 25, for Memorial Day

Peak’s offices will be closed on Monday, May 25, in observance of Memorial Day. Critical services and crisis services will still be available. For emergency psychiatric care, please call the main Peak phone number in your area or call 911: Albany County / Laramie: (307) 745-8915 Laramie County / Cheyenne: (307) 634-9653 Goshen County / … Continued

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Here at Peak Wellness Center, we are all here to help you become your best self. Sometimes, we hit the nail on the head, but sometimes, we miss the mark, too. In order to take the best care of you and give you what you need, we want you to know that we are here … Continued

Let’s celebrate Mental Health Month!

Welcome to Mental Health Month! This is an exciting time for all of us here at Peak as we celebrate the importance of mental wellness, taking care of your emotional well-being, and working to break the stigma of mental health and substance abuse treatment. So how can we all help reduce the stigma and make … Continued

Cigna expands EAP benefits

Good news: If you are covered by an employer-sponsored Cigna insurance plan, you are now eligible to receive expanded EAP benefits. EAP services allow you to meet with an in-network clinician, like our licensed clinicians at Peak Wellness Center. The range of services covered include: Elder Care: Companion services, home health care, safety monitoring Financial: … Continued

Christin Covello to focus on community connections as new Albany County clinic director

Peak Wellness Center is excited to announce the promotion of Christin Covello, Ph.D., LPC, to Clinic Director of Peak’s Albany County clinic. She officially begins her position on Monday, April 20. Dr. Covello brings extensive experience, education and expertise to her new role as Clinic Director, having earned her Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision … Continued

April is Alcohol Awareness Month

It’s likely that alcohol abuse affects you or someone you know: An estimated 14.4 million Americans ages 18 and older had an Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) in 2018, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH). It’s a shocking number, and it doesn’t include children under 18 who have experimented with alcohol. … Continued

Peak seeks to raise awareness on World Bipolar Day

Did you know there are over 60 million people across the globe who have been diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder? World Bipolar Day is recognized worldwide as a time to raise awareness about bipolar disorders and to eliminate the social stigma surrounding Bipolar Disorder and other mental health conditions. Bipolar Disorder is a disorder affecting mood … Continued

Using Zoom for telehealth appointments

Curious how telehealth appointments work? In addition to a regular phone conversation, our therapists also have access to Zoom, which allows a client with a camera on their phone, tablet or computer to have a virtual face-to-face conversation. Though client and clinician may not be in the same room, Zoom makes for an easier transition … Continued

Payment information update

Hello Peak world! We would like to let you know that because our physical locations are closed and staff are working from home (appointments are via telehealth during this time), we can only accept payments by phone or mail at this time. You may call our clinics during business hours to pay by credit card. … Continued