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

1303 5th St., STE 202, Coralville. We share the parking lot with the Coralville Public Library.

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)

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

multisensory instruction

Multisensory Instruction Is Very Important for Our Brains

Multisensory teaching uses as many of the senses as possible, including taste, smell, touch, sight, hearing and movement. In most multisensory lessons, students engage with the material through a combination of different senses.

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Self-Care and Self-Compassion Improves Parenting

Self-compassion is an important part of parenting children and adolescents.  A few years ago, the Washington Post published an article called “Teaching Children Self-Compassion by Modeling it Ourselves” by Mandy Lange.  The article addresses the idea that children learn how to respond to their difficulties, stressors, and mistakes through their own experiences, and through what […]

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Music For Strength: 8 Songs That May Help Get You Through Tough Times

Music is powerful  Music has existed from the earliest of times to the streaming services of today.  Many of us can think of a song connected to something important in our lives.  It could a vacation, a fun day with friends, or graduation.  When we hear that song again, it often brings back memories of people, events, and […]

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