How We Can Help
When you are struggling from mental health or substance abuse disorders, you find yourself living a life centered around navigating obstacles. You become accustomed to not living fully and not fully living.
We understand those challenges. We work with a variety of adults to help them achieve what they sometimes don’t believe themselves – that life can be good and full of possibility. That’s where Clarity’s training, compassion, and expertise come in.
Our goal is to provide evidence-based treatment for people struggling with mental health and substance abuse issues. We endeavor to be responsive and offer our patients flexibility – sometimes that is through scheduling telehealth appointments that permit individuals to interact with us through the comfort of their own surroundings. No matter how we work with you we know you will benefit from our highly trained providers who take your needs seriously and work hard to exceed your expectations.
Individualized treatment planning
Lab work specific to underlying medical comorbidities manifesting as psychiatric conditions
Follow-up appointments with medication management
Pharmacogenomic testing and interpretation for prescribing guidance and personalized treatment
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
Individualized therapeutic modalities tailored to each individual’s needs
Virtual appointments available throughout Arizona
In-person appointments available in Phoenix
$400 Initial appointment
$250 follow up
Aaron Wilson, MD
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Board Certified American Board of Preventative Medicine, Addiction Medicine, Board Certified
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Board Certified
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification (AANPC), Board Certified
We do not process insurance. However, we can provide an itemized receipt to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.
There are a number of contributing factors to today's high rates of depression, anxiety, addiction and ongoing trauma, including PTSD. For some individuals, adverse childhood experiences stemming from abuse, sexual assault, or witnessing violent acts, are at the root of their adult traumas. Experiences related to biological factors, chemical imbalances, ongoing chronic health conditions or addictions also play a factor in exacerbating mental health struggles. Most recently, the COVID-19 pandemic has created a number of stressors beyond physical health challenges, including economic difficulties and the anxiety and depression that many are plagued with who are fearful and isolated.