Use this brief quiz to help determine whether you should seek a diagnosis or treatment from a mental health professional. While we can’t diagnose mental illness without talking to you, we can give you an idea of whether you should seek out a mental health provider for more information.
Category: Behavioral Health
Even before the COVID-19 crisis, there were plenty of reasons why someone might seek a virtual option for behavioral healthcare. Many people do not live near a provider or are unable to leave their homes for reasons unrelated to the pandemic. Thankfully, there are now ways for patients to get much of the care they need without going to a provider’s office. Telemedicine has created abundant new options for behavioral and mental healthcare.
It’s hard to stay calm when you are going through a time of fear and uncertainty. As of this writing, coronavirus is taking an enormous toll on our mental as well as physical health. Between health concerns, economic distress, and increased social isolation, many of us are under more stress than ever.
If negative behaviors are beginning to disrupt your own or a family member’s daily activities, it’s time to seek behavioral health services. Watch out for these warning signs so you can seek care when you need it.
No one wants to think they or their family members might be struggling with mental health. Many Americans avoid talking about mental health issues, which can lead to the impression that they’re rare and only happen to other people. In reality, almost half of U.S. adults will experience a mental illness at some point during their lifetime.
If you’re seeking behavioral health services, it can be confusing and stressful navigating your options, but we are here to help. The type of behavioral health care service you choose typically depends on your condition. The main categories of care generally include emergency care, outpatient care, hospitalization, partial hospitalization, residential treatment centers, and integrated services.