Disorders We Treat
AMR providers treat a variety of mental disorders, including anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and mood disorders. Therapy can be conducted in individual or multiple-person sessions. Therapy usually involves the use of verbal and nonverbal communication to help the clients understand and cope with their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Therapy can be an extremely effective treatment for mental disorders, helping clients to gain insight into their condition and learn coping mechanisms.
Among the most common mental health conditions in the United States, millions of Americans cope with anxiety on a daily basis. Symptoms can vary from mild to debilitating, making it difficult to live a normal life. There is no shame in seeking assistance. You deserve to get the treatment that will help you live a better life.
Eating Disorders are serious mental and physical illnesses that involve complex and damaging relationships with food, eating, exercise, and body image. These disorders impact approximately 30 million people in the United States.
When a person experiences extreme distress due to a mismatch between their biological sex and gender identity. People with gender dysphoria may experience lower levels of functioning and poor mental health. We help clients find relief from these distressing symptoms and live happier lives in accordance with their true selves. We work with you to design the right treatment plan.
Grief is a natural response to loss, but it can become complicated and impair our ability to live life normally. If you are experiencing extreme longing or yearning for the person you lost, or if your grief is preventing you from living your life normally, then it may be time to seek help.
Mood disorders are a type of mental illness that can distort your emotional state, making it difficult to function in everyday life. Mood disorders are common- about 1 in 5 Americans suffer from one- and they can be treated effectively with therapy and in some cases medication.
Complex brain difference that can affect a person’s ability to learn, regulate emotions, and remember things. Our team of experts understand the challenges you face and uses this knowledge to help you find your voice and live your best life. We provide compassionate care and support for individuals and their families.
A serious and often chronic disease that affects a person’s brain and behavior. It can lead to problems with work, school, relationships, and health. 38% of adults battle an illicit drug use disorder and 1 out of every 8 adults struggled with both alcohol and drug use disorders simultaneously.
Trauma disorders can be very disruptive and frightening. They can cause intense fear, anxiety, depression, outbursts, and flashbacks that can significantly impair daily functioning. While subjective, trauma disorders oftentimes happen due to events such as car accidents, natural disasters, assaults, or witnessing violence.