We are open for in-person visits at our North Bethesda, MD location. We are adhering to COVID safety and precaution as such, MASK IS REQUIRED for all visits.
Telepsychiatry-video conferencing by HIPAA compliant media. Please verify with your insurance that your benefits covers Tele-Health visits prior to all your visits.
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a common type of talk therapy (psychotherapy) that is used to help clients overcome many aspects of cognitive deconstruction and negative thinking. CBT helps you the client become aware and mindful of inaccuracies, negative behavior modifications, or negative thinking so you can view challenging situations more clearly, developing positive, functional coping skills to be able to respond to internal and external triggers and stressors.
A comprehensive psychiatric evaluation is needed to diagnose emotional, behavioral, or developmental disorders. An evaluation of a child, adolescent, or adult is made based on behaviors present, clinical symptoms and in relation to physical, genetic, environmental, social, cognitive (thinking), emotional, and educational parts that may be affected as a result of these behaviors.
Medication management includes recommendation of lifestyle modification to include exercise, nutrition, weight loss, nutritional supplementation as well as prescribed psychotropics for wellness. Medications and lifestyle changes strategies can help reduce your biological predisposition (vulnerability) and treat your symptoms of mental illness. They can be powerful tools in your journey toward recovery.
Experiencing anxiety is a normal natural response for just being human. We are meant to experience emotions and anxiety is one of them. Although, it is okay to feel anxious now and then, developing and suffering with anxiety disorders differ as this can cause a greater level of distress and contributes to limitations in your daily functionality. At Mindview Behavioral Health and Wellness in North Bethesda, MD, we provide effective treatment for anxiety disorders in the Reston area, Virginia, Washington DC & Maryland Metro area. It is probably time for anxiety treatment if you notice you are experiencing some of the symptoms of an anxiety disorder.
Feeling sad or transiently depressed is a normal human emotion as well, however, severe feelings of sadness, feeling of hopelessness, worthlessness, sleeping too much, or abnormal sleeping pattern, increase appetite with weight gain or decrease appetite with weight loss, loss in pleasurable activities you once, Increase in anger, and irritability and feeling of “I am better off not be here, I am better off dead are symptoms of severe depression disorder and one that need treatment usually from a trained mental health provider ( therapist and or Psychiatric provider). You are not alone. Please visit us, as are specialized in depression. As mental health professionals, we understand how draining it can be to live with the symptoms of depression. Depression takes your energy away and slowly eats at your happiness. It’s hard to be you and enjoy life when you’ve covered fogs of depression.
We have all experienced running how to check to see if you locked the doors or turn off the stove or lock the doors. It is very normal for us to occasionally do these kinds of acts. These behaviors are different when a person suffers from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). OCD is an anxiety disorder characterized by uncontrollable, unwanted thoughts and ritualized, repetitive behaviors you feel compelled to perform that is affecting your activities of daily living. If you have OCD, you probably recognize that your obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors are irrational as you may find yourself at 3 am crying, trying to redo a project, or retype a paper because something was “Just off, not right.” You struggle with your thoughts getting stuck, you fear saying the wrong thing, for fear of harming others. You pick at your skin until it becomes sore and red, you spend hours reading your email response and rewriting them because of whatever uncomfortable feelings of fear that specific task brings you. It’s hard to be you and enjoy life when you are constantly over-worried, over-prepare, inflexible, unable to adjust to new changes, and just overly anxious something may go wrong. Visit us at Mindview North Bethesda and Reston VA to help support your OCD symptoms.
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