If you are feeling stuck in life, are not feeling like yourself, or are struggling with a mental health issue, know that you are not alone.
The board-certified psychiatrists and clinicians at My Psychiatrist can help you figure out what’s going on, so you can understand the problem and start feeling better.
Not sure what’s wrong? These are some of the common mental health conditions we treat.
Depression is more than feeling sad. This mood disorder can be debilitating, but treatment can help you understand and manage your depression to start feeling better.
As many as 5 percent of adults struggle with attention deficit disorder (ADD) or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), making it hard to focus and be productive at home and work.
Anxiety is when you frequently feel excessive worry and fear even in normal, low-stress situations. You don’t have to feel that way forever!
The cycle of highs and lows of bipolar disorder can make getting through daily life a huge challenge.
If you are struggling with heavy drinking or drug use, we can help. Recently out of treatment and seeking support? We can help with that, too.
Insomnia can occasionally be caused by nerves—anything from worrying about missing an early flight to starting a new job in the morning.
A mood disorder describes a wide variation of emotional states that can change frequently, ranging from distressed moods like depression to high-energy, elated moods. Constantly changing moods may affect someone’s emotional health and ability to focus.
Hormonal imbalance happens when a person is receiving too much or too little of one or more hormones, which are chemicals created in the body’s endocrine system. These chemicals help facilitate proper function and development of organs and tissues.
Low testosterone (Low T) can have many different causes, depending on the person and other factors. Managing Low T can help improve physical function and increase emotional confidence.
Our board-certified psychiatrists and clinicians have many years of experience helping people.
In addition to helping patients diagnose and manage anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, ADD/ADHD, and substance abuse, we can treat the following:
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