At ABC, we believe that you are not defined by Anxiety,Depression,ADHD,Stress

We are here for you, to help you get back to living and being your very best self.

Our Values

We believe that treating the whole person is the most effective way to produce lasting change. Therefore, we strive to provide a comprehensive selection of professional services all in one location.

35+
Highly Trained Providers
3+
Convenient Locations
12K
People Helped By Our Services each year
13+
Conditions We Treat

Hear From Our Patients

“Thanks to my doctor and the staff of Advent Medical Group I am no longer on medication and only have to come back as needed.”

— Bridget

“My therapist has been absolutely incredible in every way. She genuinely cares. There’s no facade. She encourages expression without forcing repression. She epitomizes what a great group counselor is and should strive to be. She challenged me to be the best possible while remaining nonabrasive. Her ability to think in and outside the box extends the reach of those she can be of assistance to. I thank her from the bottom of my new found heart.”

— Andy

“ABC has been such a wonderful thing for me. It’s teaching me valuable skills to be able to cope with life. It’s also a fabulous, supportive group of women I’ve come to care about. My therapist is truly one-of-a-kind. She can be very “matter of fact” and tell you like it is when you need it, or she can envelop you in a caring way and speak compassionately when you need it. She truly cares about the women in our group, and I personally appreciate her tremendously!”

— Kimberly

“ABC is great. The therapists are wonderful and the doctors are awesome. Since I have been coming to groups here, I have a better outlook on life. I am more positive. Thank you ABC doctors and therapists for taking the time to help improve my life!”

— Kenny

“I came to ABC in March of 2015 when I finally decided to get sober. I attended the IOP group for four weeks and graduated to Aftercare program. Coming to ABC groups and taking Suboxone truly gave me my life back. I am now the mother, daughter, and friend that I used to be and meant to be. I am now three-years sober from ALL substances. And I owe it to ABC.”

— Deanna

“I am happy with all aspects of my care at ABC! The staff is great! Suboxone has helped me with my addiction and with my pain issues.”

— Diane

“ABC has been a great experience for me! With their help my life has changed drastically for the better. All the staff and doctors are kind and engaging. I am glad I chose ABC. I had a lot of options but this place just felt right.”

— Scott

“I have received nothing but the best care with everyone that I came into contact with at ABC. I am truly grateful for becoming a sober and healthy person again. Thank you guys so much for the awesome care. YOU TRULY DO MAKE A DIFFERENCE.”

— Scott

“ABC has helped save my life. They have given the support and tools I need to live my sober life. From my first visit I was kindly greeted by the sweet receptionist at front desk. Then I was treated by the doctor who was amazing; such a kind, caring doctor. The best part of my experience has been my IOP group therapy though. My group therapist rocks. She pushes you in a good, positive way, and helps build caring skills and life skills in my sober life. I have been clean since April 2016, thanks to the help and support of everyone here at ABC.”

— Andrea

“Oh. My. God. This place has literally saved my life. After spiraling downward and hitting rock bottom, ABC’s staff of doctors and therapists worked with me to treat my symptoms and taught me the skills necessary to put my mental health on a far more sustainable path. It’s a lot of work and requires patience and determination, but they care for their patients, and are determined to see to it that everyone has the resources to get better and accomplish their goals.”

— James

Meet Our Providers

We understand that finding the right provider for your specific needs is important. We have over 130 highly trained and specialized behavioral health professionals who provide premier care for all ages.

Saaid Khojasteh, MD

Enos K (EJ) Moss, Jr, RN, MSN, ANP-BC, PMHNP-BC

Angela Johnson, MA, LPC

Stacia Woods, PMHCNS-BC APRN

Browse all of our practitioners to find the best match for you

Conditions We Treat

Somatoform Disorders

Disorders in this category include those where the symptoms suggest a medical condition but where no medical condition can be found by a physician.

Impulse Control Disorders

Disorders in this category include the failure or extreme difficulty in controlling impulses despite the negative consequences.

Sleep Disorders

Primary Sleep disorders are divided into two subcategories: Dyssomnias are those disorders relating to the amount, quality, and timing of sleep.

Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are characterized by disturbances in eating behavior. This can mean eating too much, not eating enough, or other symptoms.

Gender Dysmorphia

A medical cause must be ruled out prior to making any sexual dysfunction diagnosis and the symptoms must be hindering the person’s everyday functioning.

Dissociative Disorders

The main symptoms in dissociative disorders include; a disruption in consciousness, memory, identity, or perception.

Psychotic Disorders

The major symptom of these disorders is psychosis, or delusions and hallucinations. Delusions are false beliefs that significantly hinder a person’s ability to function.

Cognitive Disorders

A person with a cognitive disorder does not process information correctly within the brain. This results in impaired awareness and judgment, loss of memory, and more.

Personality Disorders

Personality Disorders contain symptoms that are enduring and play a major role in most, if not all, aspects of the person’s life.

Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety Disorders categorize a large number of disorders where the primary feature is abnormal or inappropriate anxiety.

Adjustment Disorders

When an adjustment causes significant problems for an abnormal length of time, it may be considered an Adjustment Disorder.

Mood Disorders

To be diagnosed with a mood disorder, your feelings must be to the extreme, inappropriate, exaggerated, or a limited range of feelings.

Addiction, Substance Abuse, & Withdrawal

Addiction is a physical or psychological need for a habit-forming substance, such as a drug or alcohol.

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