Dr. Peace Banks,
Peace Banks promises that you will be heard. You will receive an individualized, evidence-based treatment plan with the goal of stable symptom management.
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You are not alone. A problem shared is half solved.
We are here to help you with your mental health needs using innovative, evidenced-based and collaborative approach. At PHBC, you will be listened to. Mental Health issues are treatable. I understand that at times you may not know where to begin. Our goal is to help you with recovery and lead a life with less symptoms. Your care is our priority. Schedule an appointment today!
“I derive joy from being able to positively impact someone’s life.”
My path to becoming a mental health provider
As the first of seven siblings, caring and nurturing was part of growing up. I derive joy from being able to positively impact someone’s life. Choosing mental health was my way of giving back to vulnerable and sometimes overlooked populations.
What you should know about working with me.
My process is streamlined. Individualized treatment and progress are made with client involvement. I enjoy working with clients who are engaged and have a life goal of recovery.
What I do to continue learning and building competencies as a provider.
I am currently in a doctoral program to engage and conduct original research that would benefit the mental health population.
How do my core values shape my approach to treatment.
I am always aware that each individual’s experience or reaction to events impacts how they deal with day-to-day life. I try to reaffirm and reflect what my clients share to let them know that they are heard.
I am very excited about the evolving mental health landscape.
I am excited about news coverage of famous individuals who are speaking out about their mental illness challenges. This helps remove the stigma from people talking about mental health and seeking help.
“Choosing mental health was my way of giving back to vulnerable and sometimes overlooked populations.”