The challenge of navigating mental health struggles in adulthood.

Mental health conditions in adults are prevalent and can have a significant impact on a person’s well-being, daily functioning, and overall quality of life. These conditions can manifest in a variety of ways, ranging from mood disorders, such as depression and anxiety, to more severe and chronic conditions like schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. While mental health issues are often stigmatized and misunderstood, it is crucial to recognize the prevalence and severity of these conditions and to provide support and treatment to those who are struggling.

Access to mental health resources is crucial, as it can help manage symptoms and improve overall well-being. At NEMHC we provide access to resources like therapy, support groups, medication, or other interventions tailored to specific needs. Additionally, mental health resources can provide individuals with coping mechanisms to deal with stressors and help prevent the development of more severe conditions. By prioritizing mental health, we can help lead a healthier life.

Common mental health disorders diagnosed among adults.

Mood Disorders
Mood disorders are a group of mental health conditions that affect a person’s emotional state and cause significant distress and impairment in their daily life. The symptoms of mood disorders vary, but they often include feelings of sadness, hopelessness, loss of interest in activities, changes in appetite and sleep patterns, and difficulty concentrating. Treatment for mood disorders may include medication, psychotherapy, or a combination of both. Our team is dedicated to helping individuals with mood disorders by providing personalized treatment plans, including medication management, therapy, and support groups. NEMHC also offers various resources to help individuals cope with their mental health challenges and improve their overall quality of life. Some common mood disorders in adults are:

  • Major Depressive Disorder
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Cyclothymic Disorder
  • Seasonal Affective Disorder

Anxiety Disorders
Anxiety disorders are characterized by excessive and persistent worry, fear, and anxiety that significantly affect a person’s daily life. The most common anxiety disorders in adults include generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, and specific phobias. Treatment for anxiety disorders may include medication, therapy, or a combination of both. The goal of treatment is to help individuals manage their symptoms, reduce their level of anxiety, and improve their overall quality of life. With proper treatment and support, individuals with anxiety disorders can learn to manage their symptoms and lead fulfilling lives. There is hope for recovery, and seeking help is the first step toward a healthier and happier future. It is important to recognize the signs and symptoms of anxiety in adults, which may include:

  • Excessive worry or fear: Adults with anxiety disorders may worry excessively about everyday things, causing fear or panic.
  • Avoidance: They may avoid certain situations or activities that trigger their anxiety, such as social events.
  • Physical symptoms: Adults with anxiety disorders may experience physical symptoms such as sweating, rapid heartbeat, trembling, headaches, or nausea.

Substance Use Disorder Treatment
Our substance use treatments are for individuals struggling with alcohol and drug addiction. Our treatment program includes a thorough assessment of the patient’s symptoms and needs, followed by an individualized treatment plan that includes counseling, education, and medication management. We offer outpatient services, as well as day-intensive outpatient programs, to meet the needs of each patient. Treatment for substance use disorders may include medication-assisted treatment, behavioral therapies, relapse prevention strategies, and support groups. Our goal is to provide comprehensive care that addresses the physical, emotional, and social aspects of substance use disorders, helping patients achieve long-term recovery.

Life Adjustment Disorder
Adjustment disorder is a mental health condition that occurs when an individual has difficulty coping with a major life change or other stressful life events. Symptoms of adjustment disorder may include feelings of sadness, hopelessness, anxiety, difficulty concentrating, and physical symptoms such as headaches or stomachaches. Treatment for adjustment disorder may include psychotherapy, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, to help the patient identify and change negative thoughts and behaviors and learn new coping skills. We help by providing a thorough evaluation and developing an individualized treatment plan. We also offer support groups and other resources to help individuals adjust to their new circumstances. Our goal is to provide a safe and supportive environment for patients to discuss their feelings and concerns. There are many examples of life events that can lead to adjustment disorder, such as:

  • Death of a loved one
  • Divorce or separation
  • Job loss
  • Financial difficulties
  • New marriage
  • Birth of a child
  • Serious illness or injury

What to expect with our adult mental health support.

Adult mental health services exist because mental health conditions can significantly impact an individual’s quality of life and may require specialized treatment. Northeastern Mental Health Center is a great choice for those seeking mental health support as we offer comprehensive treatment options that are tailored to each patient’s unique needs. Our team provides a supportive and non-judgmental environment where individuals can feel comfortable discussing their mental health concerns. Throughout therapy, our team supports patients by offering evidence-based treatments, including individual and group therapy, medication management, and educational resources. We work collaboratively with patients to develop personalized treatment plans that address their specific symptoms and goals, and we monitor progress regularly to ensure that patients receive the care they need to improve their mental health and overall well-being.

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