Stress is a natural mental and physical response to life's experiences. Although stress can be beneficial to your health and safety in the short term, repeated stress can have a negative impact on both your emotional and physical well being. Chronic stress caused from negative experiences, relationship difficulties, physical illness, or trauma can impact your quality of life. Our team of expert psychiatrists combine medical management with counseling services to help improve stress management and coping skills. Contact Info.
Depression is more than just sadness and it affects 350 people worldwide. People with depression may experience any of the following: lack of interest or pleasure in daily activities, significant weight gain or loss, excessive sleeping or insomnia, lack of energy, inability to concentrate, irritability, feelings of worthlessness and excessive guilt, or recurrent thoughts of death or suicide. If you experience these symptoms, the good news is that you don't have to feel this way any longer. Call now to see how we can help with traditional strategies as well as new, innovative therapies such as Ketamine Therapy. Contact Info.
Anxiety is characterized by overwhelming feelings of worry and fear. These feelings and thoughts are often accompanied by changes in the body which can include racing thoughts, sweating, elevated heart rate, muscle tension, stomach pain, or increased blood pressure.Left untreated, anxiety can cause social and emotional isolation. Fortunately, there is hope for relief from anxiety. Contact us to see how we can help. Contact Info.
Mood disorders affect nearly 1 in 10 people over the age of 18. Mood disorders are characterized by extreme changes in mood, thought, energy, or behavior. Examples of mood disorders include major depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, and seasonal affective disorder. Left untreated, there is an increased risk for substance abuse, heart disease, and diabetes. Fortunately, with treatment, most people can lead productive lives. *(Adapted from the American Psychological Association). Contact us to learn how our team of expert psychiatrists can help you achieve and maintain stability in your life. Contact Info.
Chronic conflict in relationships can contribute to depression and anxiety. Relational stress can also affect self-esteem and lead to feelings of guilt, shame, or anger. Sometimes addictive behaviors escalate in order to escape or avoid confronting the source of conflict. Relationship problems can impact all family members, including children, who may repeatedly witness conflict between parents. Contact our team of psychiatrists who can help you find a better way to resolve conflict and restore healthy relationships. Contact Info.
Asking for help is the bravest thing you will ever do. It's never easy, but it is the first step to recovery. The first stage of addiction is dependence, at which time the body must have the drug to avoid physical and psychological withdrawal symptoms. An addict eventually develops tolerance, which forces the person to consume larger doses of the drug to achieve the same affect. Fortunately, it's never too late for a new beginning. Contact Info.
Post traumatic stress disorder develops when someone has lived through or witnessed a terrifying event. Symptoms may include flashbacks (reliving the event), recurrent thoughts about the event, anxiety, insomnia, nightmares, avoiding all reminders of the event, and being easily startled. Our team of psychiatrists can help. In addition to medication management and psychotherapy, you may be a candidate for a cutting edge procedure known as the stellate ganglion block (SGB). Contact Info.
ADHD, or attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, is a behavioral condition that makes it a challenge to focus on everyday activities. ADHD typically begins in childhood with symptoms such as inattention, hyperactivity, and/or impulsivity. People with ADHD may also have difficult with organization, staying focused, making realistic plans, thinking before acting, fidgeting, and adapting to change. Fortunately, a combination of medication, counseling, and behavioral intervention can dramatically improve symptoms. Contact our office to see how we can help. Contact Info.
Grief is the normal and natural emotional reaction to loss or change of any kind. Overwhelming sadness combined with conflicting emotions are common. Grief is a journey that can have a lasting impact socially, spiritually, and behaviorally. You are not alone in your grief. We are here to help you put the pieces back together. Contact our offices to see how we can support you toward health and healing. Contact Info.