ADHD doesn’t just affect kids. Millions of adults suffer from ADHD, too. Knowing what symptoms to look for is key to getting the treatment you need to feel better. Here are four common symptoms you should know about.
Many people know about bipolar disorder, but not very many people know that hallucinations can be a symptom of the condition. Read on to learn why hallucinations can occur as a symptom of — or apart from — bipolar disorder.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) has emerged in recent years as an effective therapy for people with treatment-resistant depression. If antidepressants haven’t helped your depression symptoms, here are four ways TMS could benefit you.
Depression can cause many symptoms, such as feelings of sadness and hopelessness. Unfortunately, many who suffer from it also struggle with feelings of shame and embarrassment. If you can relate, read on to learn how you can feel better.
Anxiety disorders affect millions of Americans, but fortunately, they can be treated successfully. Psychological testing is often the first step in diagnosing and managing anxiety disorders. Here’s how it works.
Feeling overwhelmed or anxious for a week or two after giving birth is extremely common. But sometimes, those feelings don’t go away. In that case, you could be struggling with postpartum depression. We can help.
It isn’t easy living with PTSD. However, a personalized treatment strategy can help you learn new methods of reframing your memories and managing your flashbacks so you can restore your quality of life. Keep reading to learn more.
When depression takes over your life or triggers thoughts of self-harm, you need next-level treatment to stabilize the chemicals in your brain. Both antidepressants and esketamine can play an important role, but which one is right for you?
When counseling and medications fail to produce results for depression and other mood disorders, transcranial magnetic stimulation may provide a safe and pain-free alternative treatment that’s cleared by the FDA.
Among the greeting cards and festive displays, the holiday season can bring loneliness, anxiety, and a sense of gloom. Don’t wait to take action. There are things you can do to boost your mental health during the holidays.
Boys are more than twice as likely to be diagnosed with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) than girls, yet the condition affects both genders equally. Here’s a look at why there’s a disparity in diagnoses.
Telemedicine provides convenient access to medical care, removing barriers like lack of transportation and time. In many ways, telemedicine is the modern version of the traditional house call, but its many benefits go well beyond convenience.
If you’re new to therapy, the idea of psychological testing can seem intimidating until you realize it’s simply an exam to uncover the current state of your health. It’s much like a routine physical, but for your mental and emotional well-being.
Persistent and excessive fear, worry, and nervousness can hijack your life. But you don’t have to face your debilitating anxiety on your own. There are many treatments and therapies that can help you take back control of your anxiety.
All parents face many parenting challenges along the way. These challenges can become difficult struggles if you’re the parent of a child or adolescent with ADHD. Take a moment to learn about the signs of ADHD and how to manage a diagnosis.
Treatment resistant depression can completely derail your life. Fortunately, there is a safe, effective FDA-approved drug to treat depression. Find out if nasal-administered Spravato® could work for you.
Finding effective relief can feel hopeless when you struggle with a mental health disorder. Fortunately, genetic testing can reveal important clues to help you get the care you need. Keep reading to learn more.
According to a US Census Bureau report, depression and anxiety are on the rise in the US. Keep reading to learn the current factors contributing to these disorders, as well as how we can give you peace of mind.
Group therapy is a form of psychotherapy that takes place with a therapist and a group of people. It’s a convenient, effective form of psychotherapy for many mental health conditions. Keep reading to learn more about the many benefits.
A suddenly racing heartbeat, sweaty palms when you enter a room, or consistently intrusive thoughts are all signs of anxiety. While it’s normal to feel an occasional sense of worry, it’s not normal for anxiety to dominate your life.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is not found in only combat veterans. PTSD can develop in anyone as a result of a traumatic event. Read on to learn more about PTSD and debunk the myths about the disorder.
It’s natural to want your child to be successful in school, at home, and in friendships. But behavior disorders, from ADHD to bipolar disorder, could be hindering their mental health. Learn more about common behavior disorders and how to get help.
While there are several types of bipolar disorder, there’s a virtually unlimited range of experiences within them. Two diagnoses — bipolar I and bipolar II — cover much of this range, and they’re perhaps the most commonly known.
If depression is making it difficult for you to enjoy your life, turn to our team of experts for immediate relief from your symptoms. Read on to learn how psychotherapy can help you lead a healthy life.
Everyone experiences stress now and then, but if you find yourself worrying more often than not, you may have an anxiety disorder. We can help with our customized treatment plans. Here are eight signs that you may have anxiety.
Are you struggling with chronic depression that doesn’t respond to lifestyle changes or medications? Keep reading to learn what transcranial magnetic stimulation, a non-invasive treatment, can do for you.
If you suffer from depression and have not found an effective treatment for your symptoms, you may be a candidate for the breakthrough FDA-approved drug called Spravato™. Read on to learn how this new antidepressant dispensed via nasal spray can help you.
Major depressive disorder (MDD) affects approximately seven percent of U.S. adults. The cause of this disorder is multi-factorial and the treatments are diverse. With the emergence of newer technology to investigate the human genome...
Psychotherapy is a crucial component of mental health treatment. As the field continues to grow, different modalities of therapy have emerged. These specific types of therapy are often referred to by acronyms, which can lead to some confusion.
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a disturbance in mood associated with the time of year. Most commonly, SAD occurs during the Fall and Winter months, with symptoms remitting during the sunnier seasons of Spring and Summer.