We Treat most Psychiatric Related Conditions
Our Psychologists and Psychiatrists treat a variety of conditions for people of all walks of life. Others have seen their professional or academic life suffer from difficulties with concentration, attention, and/or disorganization. Many are facing a particular crossroads and seek support and guidance to determine the best course of action. Still others are unable to articulate exactly what is wrong, but feel that “something” is missing in their life and/or relationships.
Our Psychologists implement methodologies including person-centered psychotherapy methods to instill self-understanding among patients.
This encourage them to adopt new attitude and more optimistic feelings towards life situations. While Psychotherapy works, it is very important to keep in mind that Psychotherapy is not a magic pill. It is not a quick fix. Therapy is a healing process that requires participation and investment among the patients and their caretakers.
In the end, it’s the patient’s choice to make small changes to get over self-defeating behavior, and coping with feelings of sadness, fear and pain. When this is done, the therapy sessions with our Psychologists can bring life-altering results.
Below is a sample of the some of the conditions we treat. Please note that many who benefit from psychotherapy, psychopharmacology, neuropsychological testing, or all three do not fall into any discrete category or diagnosis. If you have questions about whether you are suited for or might benefit from our services, please contact our very accommodating staff and clinicians.
Anxiety is the tense feeling that one experiences while worrying about bad things that have happened or might happen in the future. Although all of us have worried unnecessarily, everyday worry can evolve into fear and dread. When this occurs, psychiatric attention is needed. Anxiety can take a generalized, pervasive form, or it can occur as a rush caused by an identifiable or imagined stressor. The later is often referred to as a “panic attack.”
Regardless of the symptoms, anxiety can seriously undermine an individual’s quality of life and impede personal and professional success. Fortunately, over time, individuals can learn to manage even severe anxiety with a combination of improved coping skills, psychotherapy, and, when necessary, medication.
Attention Deficit Disorder
Physical Health And Stress
It is normal for all of us to experience mood changes in response to different life events. Some of us experience moods changes and fluctuations more than usual. People living with bipolar disorder can have extreme moods. Some examples of these include: manic state – feeling really high, active, less need of sleep and euphoria. Depressive state is when the person feels really low, anger, sadness and lack of vitality. If you are experiencing any of these mood swings, it is very important to get help from a psychiatrist right away.