Psychiatric Evaluation & Medication Management

Psychiatric Evaluation, Diagnosis and Management Of The Following:

Depression

Depression is classified as a mood disorder. Individuals generally experience a loss of interest and pleasure in daily activities. Depression also causes a persistent feeling of sadness. This mood disorder can cause symptoms relating to low self-esteem, changes in sleep and eating patterns, suicidal thoughts, isolation, irritability and loss of energy. These symptoms may cause significant clinical distress or impairment in social, occupational and or other important areas of functioning. Depression has many degrees of severity and can range from mild, moderate and severe. Mood disorders classified on the depression spectrum include, Major Depression and Dysthymia. Depressive disorders can be treated by a combination of psychotherapy and medication management.

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Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety is a nervous disorder characterized by a state of apprehension and excessive uneasiness. Individuals experience intensive worrying, fear and panic.

Anxiety can also cause heart palpitations, muscle tension, dizziness and poor sleeping patterns. Anxiety also can cause an individual to struggle with the ability to remain calm and still. Anxiety disorders include, social anxiety disorder, social phobias, generalized anxiety disorder, and panic disorder.


Anxiety disorders can be treated by a combination of psychotherapy and medication management.

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Bipolar Disorders

Bipolar disorder causes extreme mood swings that include strong emotional highs and lows. Individuals experience depressive, manic and hypomanic episodes.

Clinical symptoms can include racing thoughts and speech, distractibility, decrease or increase need for sleep, insomnia, inflated self-esteem or grandiosity, mood disturbances, detachment from reality, and recurrent thoughts of death and or suicide. Mood disorders classified on the Bipolar spectrum include, Bipolar I Disorder, Bipolar II Disorder and Cyclothymia Disorder.

Bipolar disorders can be treated by a combination of psychotherapy and medication management.

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder ( PTSD )

PTSD is a condition that is triggered by a terrifying traumatic event. An individual may have experienced this event and or witnessed the event happening. Clinical symptoms include nightmares, night terrors, flashbacks, racing thoughts and severe anxiety and or depression.

Individuals experience severe emotional distress and or physical reactions when a situation or event triggers thoughts about the past trauma. Irritability, self-destructive behavior, overwhelming guilt or shame and lack of sleep are also some common symptoms of PTSD.

PTSD can be treated by a combination of psychotherapy and medication management.

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ( ADHD )

ADHD is generally diagnosable at a young age and can continue through adulthood. ADHD symptoms include, poor concentration, impulsivity, struggle to follow directions, inability to complete tasks, difficulty sitting still and behavioral problems.

Individuals who have been diagnosed with ADD and or ADHD have difficult in social situations and engaging with others.

ADHD can be treated with behavioral modification therapy and medication management.

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Memory Problems

Mental health disorders can cause some memory problems on a variety of levels and may possibly be a side effect of psychological stress. Memory problems can also be experienced with conditions related to Dementia, Alzheimer’s and other cognitive impairments.

Coping with memory loss and cognitive problems can be learned and treated by working with mental health professionals.

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Memory Problems

Mental health disorders can cause some memory problems on a variety of levels and may possibly be a side effect of psychological stress. Memory problems can also be experienced with conditions related to Dementia, Alzheimer’s and other cognitive impairments.

Coping with memory loss and cognitive problems can be learned and treated by working with mental health professionals.

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Substance Abuse

Recovering from addiction is possible when working with a team of trained mental health and substance abuse professionals. Substance use becomes problematic when there is significant impairment or distress in many areas of life.

Substance abuse and addiction is common amongst individuals with a mental health condition. Harmony United Psychiatric Care offers Suboxone maintenance treatment for opiate addiction and substance abuse.

Clients will be offered individual and group therapy for addiction as well as medication management.

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Adjustment Disorder

Adjustment disorder is a stress related mental illness. Symptoms of this disorder are trigger within three months of a stressful event.

Individuals experience emotional and behavioral symptoms and find it difficult to cope with everyday stressors.

Some symptoms can include, hopelessness, crying spells, lack of enjoyment, thoughts of suicide, feeling overwhelmed, desperation, difficulty sleeping, separation anxiety, and isolation.

Adjustment disorder can be treated with psychotherapy and medication management.

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