We all experience anger from time to time, but for some, it can lead to harmful and destructive behaviors. The results are often poor performance at school or work, legal issues, and even chronic health issues.
Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health condition in the U.S., impacting more than 40 million people. At Dean Aman LPCMH, our experienced psychiatrists are committed to helping you find the help that you need to overcome anxiety.
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) can often go undetected. If you have trouble listening, or holding your attention on your daily activities, it can be signs of ADD. The lifetime impacts may be larger than they initially appear. The constant distraction can be problematic in a work, school, or home environment.
When you suffer from bipolar disorder, your thoughts, emotions, and actions are often detached from reality. Significant shifts in mood from depressive lows to manic highs characterize your life. Left alone, these mood swings will often become more drastic and can negatively impact you and your loved ones.
Depression is a serious mental health condition that negatively impacts your entire body, especially your mood and your thoughts. It is not a sign of weakness, and it is most certainly not something that you have to live with.
Eating disorders pose significant complications to your entire body. They can become life threatening when left unchecked, because of the dangerous medical complications involved. Treatment for eating disorders may involve a variety of strategies including individual therapy, family therapy, behavioral modifications, nutritional rehabilitation and medication.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is an anxiety disorder that left unchecked, can quickly take over all aspects of your life. It occurs when people suffer from unwelcome, and repeated thoughts or obsessions. These can manifest as feelings, ideas, or sensations.
Some people can witness or experience a traumatic event and be able to heal without developing further symptoms that inhibit functioning. For others, they may not be as lucky. Traumatic events can sometimes lead to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).