Stress

Unmanageable stress can require the intervention and support of a mental health professional.

Self Esteem

Self-esteem defines how much confidence someone has in his or her own value or skills.

PTSD

A mental health disorder in which an individual experiences certain intense behaviors, including disordered anger, intrusive and obsessive thinking, flashbacks, and more

Personality Disorders

When someone has a personality disorder, they are unable to adjust to even small changes and can not acclimate to the needs of others.

Panic Attacks

Panic attacks are episodes in which the sufferer experiences a dramatic spike in heart rate and anxiety, accompanied by trembling and difficulty breathing.

OCD

A mental health disorder in which a person fixates so much on certain things or tasks that it interferes with their ability to live a normal life.

Grief Counseling

Sometimes, grief becomes so intense that it prevents an individual from being able to go about their daily life.

Eating Disorders

A mental health disorder associated with intense fixations on food, such that a patient experiences life-changing physical, social, and psychological effects.

Depression

Symptoms experienced in depression include detachment from others, loss of interest in activities previously enjoyed, insomnia, and pervasive feelings of sadness and hopelessness.

Bipolar Disorders

Bipolar is a serious mental health disorder and can even be fatal on occasion. It should be treated and taken seriously by patients and their loved ones.

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Autism Spectrum Disorder, also known as ASD, affects a variety of things including a person's behaviors, ability to communicate, and social interactions with others.

Anxiety

In people with anxiety disorders even small stimuli can cause intense emotions.

Anger Management

Anger management includes strategies that help you regulate your temper and stay calm in situations that trigger frustration.

Agoraphobia

While some generalize it as a fear of being outside, what agoraphobia actually is is a fear of losing control.

ADD-ADHD

Until recently, Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADD and ADHD, were viewed as separate but related conditions by professionals in the mental health world. These days, MHPs divide such disorders into three separate disorders categorized as subtypes of ADHD.