Learn. Grow. Live.
When you experience stress and anxiety it can be difficult to find motivation and a challenge to stay organized. It’s easy to become overwhelmed. Things begin to fall through the cracks. You can experience depression and hopelessness, and other symptoms can flare. It has a negative impact on all areas of your life - work, family, social life, physical health, and self-esteem.
IEG’s philosophy of Learn, Grow, Live, is a simple but proven concept that helps to build effective life skills. When a solid foundation of these practical life skills is in place, you can take back control in your life, feel more confident, and begin to build healthy, meaningful structure. This allows for true growth to take place, empowering you to live a happy, healthy, and rewarding life.
Now Serving Clients in San Francisco and the East Bay!
I have worked with Adam Sholder and the Team at Insight Enrichment Group for over fifteen years. In that time their services have been immensely helpful in the rehabilitation of my patients. Adam and his associates at IEG are uniquely adept in building professional, trusting, and caring relationships with my patients, allowing for true progress to be achieved. From basic life coaching to intensive psychosocial case management, I can highly recommend Insight Enrichment Group as an important component for successful psychiatric rehabilitation.
- Dr. Brett D. Shurman, M.D.
Since Adam Sholder and his team at IEG started working with my brother, who has suffered from schizophrenia for four decades, his life has improved on every qualitative dimension. First, Adam administered a needs assessment; then he set out to meet them. One by one, he has assisted my brother with: registration for public assistance, transportation, medical appointments, obtaining eyeglasses and prescription medication, and, most importantly, a renewed interest in life with social activities he can manage. IEG's involvement has made all the difference in helping us move from an intolerable situation to one that is life affirming.
- Phyllis Vine, author of "Families in Pain"