Hope Springs Behavioral Consultants

Kind and Skilled Psychological Services. Education and Support. Providing Excellent Mental Healthcare to Iowa City, Coralville, North Liberty, and Eastern Iowa for over 10 Years

We are located in the Coralville Center for Performing Arts Building on the Second Floor (Above Hurts Donuts)

Free Parking in Back (Above and Below Ground)

February 2019 KINDNESS CHALLENGE!!!!

Psychologists and Therapists at Hope Springs Behavioral Consultants

What Our Patients Say About Us

In 2018, we asked our current patients how we were doing through email surveys, as well as paper surveys. Out of 98 of confidential respondents (current patients) over a two-week period, the results supported our mission: that we are kind and provide very strong care.

We are very proud of the service that we provide. Thank you to all who participated. We are honored.  We will be doing more surveys in 2019 and posting updated results then.

Mental health struggles are very common.  They impact our capacity to thrive at home, on the job, and in the community.  At Hope Springs, we hope to inspire conversations about mental health.  We want to help people understand their health and better advocate for themselves.  Mental health issues are treatable.  We are all in this together.

For these reasons, our psychologists contribute monthly to the Hope Springs Blog on issues that we hope impact many people.  Please feel free to search for a topic of interest or click the link above to read more.

We wish you happiness, health, and peace.

Education: An Important Part of Our Mission

FEATURED ARTICLES BY HOPE SPRINGS’ PSYCHOLOGISTS AND THERAPIST

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The Importance of Maintaining Routines for Children on Snow Days

Snow day! Here in the Midwest, we are experiencing a record-breaking amount of school cancellations due to weather.  It is fun to have an occasional random day to stay home and relax.  However, weekly snow days – sometimes more than one per week – can make it difficult for children to be ready to learn […]

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What to Do When Your Child Argues with A Friend

When your child argues with a friend, it can be hard to know how to help. Sometimes we know our child’s actions weren’t kind.  Other times we are worried that are child had his feelings hurt by a friend.  Sometimes it can feel like all our child does is fight with others.  According to Brett […]

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Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and Vitamin D

Seasonal Affective Disorder, which coincidentally has the acronym SAD, refers to symptoms of depression that occur seasonally, with the emergence of symptoms during the fall and winter months, and a dissipation of those symptoms once winter transitions into spring. SAD can occur in those who already suffer from depression, but it can also affect those […]

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