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10 Mental Health Concerns that Respond Well to Psychotherapy

10 Mental Health Concerns that Respond Well to Psychotherapy

Depression and anxiety are just two of the devastating mental health problems you can experience in your life. Your mental health is very delicate, and when it’s suffering, everything around you suffers as well. Treatment is very important to keep yourself going, which is why you should consider psychotherapy when getting help.

Our team members at Carolina Wellness Psychiatry are exceptionally talented when it comes to treating mental health disorders. Our practice includes three excellent psychiatrists — Dr. Elizabeth Bullard, Dr. Brain Moore, and Dr. Allison Foroobar. Our doctors help you overcome your mental health problems with a number of different therapies.

What is psychotherapy?

Have you ever heard of talk therapy? If so, then you’ve most likely heard of psychotherapy as well. Psychotherapy is a specific type of talk therapy that our team uses to help you cope with mental health disorders.

During a psychotherapy session, our team helps you understand and cope with your feelings. They also help you identify harmful thoughts or behaviors, so you can work to change those thoughts and behaviors.

There are many benefits to psychotherapy, including that it can sometimes take the place of medications to treat your disorder. Other benefits include:

Our doctors use psychotherapy to help you understand why you have certain feelings, and how to successfully cope with those feelings in a healthy way.

They can also help you with behavioral problems, by encouraging you to dig deep and understand why you’re feeling the emotions the way you are. Psychotherapy can be difficult at times, but the end result is a better understanding of your own mental health.

Psychotherapy: What can it help?

When you’re suffering from some type of mental health disorder, getting the proper treatment is a vital step in getting better. With psychotherapy, our team has the tools to help a number of different conditions.

The truth is, psychotherapy is a very valuable tool because it can truly help you no matter what stage of your life you’re in or what you’re going through. As an example, when you’re going through a divorce, or any other kind of stressful life change, psychotherapy can help you get through it in as positive a way as possible.

Psychotherapy allows you to face your demons and recognize and deal with unhealthy thoughts and behaviors. Our team suggests psychotherapy for many different mental health conditions, 10 of which include:

  1. Depression
  2. Anxiety
  3. Insomnia
  4. Eating disorders
  5. Addiction
  6. Bipolar disorder
  7. OCD
  8. Panic disorder
  9. ADHD
  10. Personality disorder

Although psychotherapy is typically used to help you cope with mental health disorders, it’s also a helpful resource for other issues, such as relationship problems.

It can also help you cope with heavy emotions, such as anger or grief. Psychotherapy is even helpful when you’re having a hard time being a caregiver or a parent, or when you’re dealing with a scary medical diagnosis or overcoming abuse.

The truth is, psychotherapy has the ability — either on its own or in combination with medications — to increase your overall function by improving your wellbeing. The amount of time it takes for you to reach this goal varies, depending on the severity of your condition and how long you’ve been dealing with your feelings.

Don't hesitate to call us if you’re suffering from a mental health concern. You can contact us at 919-446-3232 to set up an appointment, or request a consultation today using our online booking tool.

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