Ugh… adulting.

Adulting can be tough, for sure! Ever have those moments when you’re paying bills, shopping, driving, or see yourself in the mirror and ask, “when did this happen?” There’s an old adage about a frog boiling in water… if you toss a frog in boiling water, it will jump out immediately. If you place the frog in room temperature water and slowly bring the water to a boil, the frog won’t realize until you suddenly have a delicious frog soup.

Becoming an adult can feel like that sometimes! There are occasionally moments which make us grow up fast but most often, we slowly transition into adulthood without really realizing. When we do have those moments of realization or shock, it can be unsettling and overwhelming. Trust us, you’re not alone in this.

Approximately 1 in 5 adults in the United States will experience mental illness in any given year.

Jeff and his staff’s goal is to provide quality psychiatric and mental health care to his patients while sustaining minimal disruption to daily living. He treats a wide variety of psychiatric disorders in adults, including, but not limited to: depression, anxiety, eating disorders, ADHD, OCD, PTSD, bipolar disorder, and sexual/physical trauma.

10 Signs You May Need Treatment

  • You or your child are contemplating suicide – if this is the case immediately dial 911 or call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. Arizona Teen Crisis Solutions 24-hour cell phone 623-879-9600.
  • Difficult time coping with life in general or cannot function on a day to day basis
  • You have impulse control difficulties or obvious mood swings
  • You feel sad, blue, or hopeless most of the time
  • Excessively worry or feel anxious a lot of the time
  • You have suffered a trauma and cannot seem to shake the impact of the event
  • You use alcohol, street drugs, prescription drugs, over-the-counter medications, other substances — or damaging activities to numb emotional pain
  • You have serious anger management issues that result in ruined relationships or social and problems
  • You have irrational fears that interfere with your life
  • You have an unusual, highly troubled relationship with food and eating

FFC is here to help you in your unique situation

If you’d like to talk to someone for new or ongoing issues, we’ve got you covered. We can also help provide you additional tools and tactics to adjust to working from home if you become a client. See if we’re a good fit and take a look at our services, or contact us now and a representative will be happy to answer any questions you may have!

Questions?  We’ve got answers.  Book now!

To make an appointment call (602) 399-5792 or e-mail  You may also visit our contact page.


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