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Welcome to Human Behavior Institute’s online member services section. In this section you will find valuable information about services, tools, and resources to help you deal with life’s challenges.

Your first appointment

Apprehensive about making your first appointment? No need to worry.  We can help you prepare and answer some of the common questions and expectations you might have during your first visit.


Your treatment options

HBI’s clinical programs help you develop effective strategies in coping with daily living, mental health issues, and life stressors.  These programs are solution-focused, dynamic and holistic in nature.


Protection of your Privacy

Our relationship with our members is built on trust.  At HBI, we are committed to protect your privacy.  Find out some of the ways we guard your patient information.


Rights and Responsibilities

We believe that our members and their families should know their Rights and Responsibilities in regards to their therapeutic relationship with HBI.


Meet our Staff Clinicians

HBI is staffed with highly-qualified, multi-disciplinary, multi-cultural professionals, including psychiatrists, psychologists, marriage and family therapists, behaviorists, and addiction counselors who have extensive experience and training in their specialty.


Choose a Network Provider

Our members can choose to seek services with a network provider depending on their specific needs, geographic location, and plan specifics.  HBI’s Intake Representatives help them get connected to the right provider.


Emergency Assistance

If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, you should immediately call 911 or proceed to the nearest emergency facility. For other crisis situations, call HBI 24/7.


Members Only

This feature is exclusively provided to HBI Members/Patients to give them access to useful educational tools, patient forms, and other resources we have developed specifically for them.



Screening Tools & Resources

The following screening tools are designed to help you recognize certain conditions. They are not intended to promote self-diagnosis. Please consult with a behavioral health specialist in order to get proper diagnosis, and treatment options, if necessary.


ADHD is one of the most common mental disorders among children, affecting 3.5% of children worldwide. It affects two or three times more boys than girls. These symptoms often disappear when a child reaches adulthood, but…

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Alcohol & Other Drugs

Drinking patterns differ among cultures, person-to-person, or families. If you suspect that you have a drinking or drug problem, you should seek help from a behavioral specialist or your primary care doctor regardless of how you score on the screening tests.

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Depression is the most common mental health problem. At some point in their lives, it is estimated that one out of ten men and one out of four women may develop severe symptoms of depression that require treatment.

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Gambling addiction is like a “hidden illness” because, unlike substance addiction, it does not show obvious physical signs or symptoms. Problem gamblers typically hide or minimize the problem. Gambling causes more than just monetary problems.

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