Hands TO Guide You Launches New Website
Dr. Larry Ford, DBH, LBHP and owner of Hands TO Guide You is pleased to announce the launch of the practice's new website, www.H2GY.com.
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· Behavioral Health Consultation
· Clinical Consultation
· Psychological Services & more!
When asked what motivated him to open the practice, Dr. Ford replied, "I'm inspired by how strong the human mind is – how we think, what motivates us to walk or even run toward that decision – the power of choice we all have to be the person we really want to be in life. I'm blown away each time a patient has that "ah-ha" moment or that break-through that causes them to recalibrate, change course and gain clarity. It's the moment they no longer need our services – and that's ok by me. That's why we're here. Our new website will give folks a better understanding about who we are, how we can help make a difference in life."
If you'd like to learn more about Dr. Larry Ford and his team at Hands TO Guide You visit www.H2GY.com. The practice is accepting new patients and is currently introducing cost-savings on their self-pay membership programs which is customized to personally meet the needs of patients. Hands TO Guide You takes service to a whole new level by designing a comprehensive behavioral wellness concierge program. Imagine how special you will feel with direct access to your doctor for emergencies, timely appointments, and extended appointment time with your behavioral healthcare professionals. To learn more, checkout their membership plans on online.
About Hands TO Guide You
Hands TO Guide You is an integrated, behavioral healthcare practice located in Oklahoma City, OK. Led by Dr. Larry Ford, Doctor of Behavioral Health (DBH) and Licensed Behavioral Health Professional (LBHP) whose mission and focus is to improve the way the world experiences healthcare is passionate about helping patients realize their full potential by successfully treating and resolving behavioral health deficiencies.
Research has shown that the mind and body are connected. When a person feels sad and blue, it can impact their energy level, motivation to participate in treatment, and negatively impact outcomes, such as improving independent functioning. To achieve desired outcomes, it is essential to support the patient's emotional health as well as their physical health.
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