At Q HEALTH, we believe each person has the right and the ability to discover and reach their unique, individual potential and become their truest and best self. We also recognize behavioral health problems often block and derail human potential and productivity. Therefore, our service delivery model provides a spectrum of tailored, evidence-based, best practices to reduce and remove the negative impact and repercussions of mental health and substance abuse problems while also offering opportunities to realize human potential.Reducing behavioral health symptoms and removing barriers is a critical component of the Q HEALTH equation, but there is more. In addition to treating illness, we believe it is equally important to create a pathway to wellness. In response, we have created our research-based, scientifically driven Q HEALTH Wellness Model.The Q HEALTH Wellness Model seamlessly integrates high-impact behavioral health treatment with trans formative, holistic opportunities to unleash human potential by building healthy bodies, encouraging positive behaviors, developing insightful and thoughtful minds, establishing emotional stability, and enjoying rewarding, uplifting relationships. We believe each of these five components is critical to living a fulfilled, satisfied, and productive life.
As both co-founder and co-CEO, Larry brings a wealth of leadership and entrepreneurial expertise to Q Health. Larry is deeply committed to the success of each client as he provides innovative and strategic leadership to the entire Q Health team.More
With more than 20 years clinical and leadership experience, John provides overall direction and leadership to Q Health's care, treatment and services. As the author of Q Health's evidenced-based Q Health's Wellness Model, John continues to be passionate in his work with clients and their ability to lead healthy, productive and satisfied lives.More
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