Conditions We Treat

Anxiety/Panic Attacks


There are several types of anxiety disorders:

Depression


Symptoms of Depression include:

  • Sad or angry mood

  • Appetite and/or sleep issues

  • Lack of energy, pleasure and motivation

  • Feelings of helplessness and/or guilt

  • Concentation and/or memory issues

  • Thoughts that life is not worth living and/or suicidal thoughts

Bipolar Disorder


Bipolar disorder is an episodic illness consisting of high and low moods.

Symptoms of Bipolar disorder include:

  • Euphoric or irritable mood

  • Risk taking activities and/or shopping sprees

  • Over confidence

  • Concentration issues

  • Lack of sleep and high energy

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder


PTSD is a specific form of anxiety disorder that develops after someone experiences traumatic event. The symptoms include:

  • Nightmares

  • Intrusive thoughts/Re-experiencing of event 

  • Difficulty remembering details of event

  • Sad/irritable mood

  • Anxiety/panic attacks

  • Difficulty trusting others/making emotional connections

  • Increased startle response

ADHD/ADD


ADHD is a chronic condition that often starts during childhood, though it may remain undiagnosed until adulthood. It includes the following symptoms:

  • Hyperactivity

  • Short attention span

  • Procastination

  • Impulsiveness

  • Fidgeting

Adjustment Disorders


Adjustment disorders are symptoms of anxiety and depression that develop after a stressful life event that causes significant problems in your relationships, at work or at school.

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Insomnia


Insomnia is a common sleep disorder which may include:

  • Difficulty going to sleep

  • Difficulty staying asleep

  • Early morning awakening

  • Tiredness during the day

  • Negative effects on mood

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder


OCD is a form of anxiety disorder which may include the following symptoms:

  • Checking and rechecking behaviors

  • Intense  fear of contamination

  • Symmetry and order

  • Counting or other rituals

  • Intrusive thoughts that can be violent 

Women's Mental Health


Mental Health Issues Unique to Women:

  • PMDD/PMS

  • Pregnancy

  • Post Partum Depression

  • Perimenopause

Teens/Adolescent Mental Health


There are several types of anxiety disorders: