A developmental disorder is a type of condition that impacts a person’s physical, language, behavioral, or learning skills.
PTSD is a mental health condition that people sometimes develop after experiencing trauma.
ADHD is a neurological disorder that affects a person’s behavior, cognitive abilities, concentration, and memory.
Mood Disorders refer to a mental health condition in which the primary symptom is a significant disturbance in a person’s mood.
Psychotherapy, or talk therapy, can help people overcome low self-esteem.
Stress management is talk therapy that aims to help people with this unhealthy type of stress.
OCD is an anxiety disorder causes individuals to fixate on aspects of life that others would consider insignificant.
Grief counseling is about learning to live alongside the loss in new and healthy ways.
Eating disorders are mental health conditions that cause patients to obsess over food.
Bipolar is a mood disorder that causes people to swing between manic and depressive episodes that can last for days or weeks at a time.
In anger management therapy, patients learn how to gain control over their anger and use healthy coping mechanisms to handle life stressors.
Anxiety can be chronic or acute, depending on the type of disorder.
Depression is a mood disorder that typically causes low mood, hopelessness, and fatigue.
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