Conditions We Treat
Mental Health Treatments
For individuals with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) it can feel amplified and overwhelming. Individuals dealing with undiagnosed ADHD often struggle at work, finding it hard to maintain organization and complete tasks.
Experiencing feelings of nervousness or worry is common and in fact important, given the proper circumstances. It is when these feelings become constant or overwhelming and impact your day-to-day life, that it’s time to see a professional for help.
Bipolar disorder is more than just fluctuations in mood; it impacts relationships, careers, and health. It’s important to recognize the signs that someone may be struggling with bipolar disorder and reach out for help.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder can occur at any age, following an event that has had a negative impact on an individual. PTSD can develop immediately following the event, or years later.
In OCD, the obsessions or compulsions are time-consuming (take over 1 hour per day) or cause significant interruption in social or occupational areas of life. There are treatment options available!
Depression can decrease an individual’s ability to function in everyday life, including at home and at work, affecting the way you think, act, and feel making it the leading cause of disability in the United States.
Substance abuse and addictions are the most stigmatized and misunderstood illnesses in our society. It can be difficult to recognize the signs when a person first begins suffering with this illness, but helpful to get treatment early on.