Are you or a loved one suffering from ADD/ADHD, Addiction, Anxiety, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Eating Disorders, Mood Disorders, OCD, Medication Management Issues, Panic Disorder, Phobias or PTSD? We can help.
You are not alone.
We understand that navigating mental health can be intimidating. At Scottsdale Wellness and Integrated Care we aim to provide our patients with the psychiatric care they need to improve their quality of life. Here are some of the most common mental health conditions we treat:
ADHD (Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) describes a range of behavioral disorders such as hyperactivity and impulsiveness. ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) is a form of ADHD which specifically refers to issues with attentiveness.
Addiction is the inability to stop consuming a chemical, drug, activity, or substance, despite the physical and/or psychological harm that it can cause.
Anxiety disorder is a feeling of worry about future events which lasts longer than would be reasonable. Characterized by feelings of tension and worried thoughts, as well as physical symptoms such as a pounding heart, upset stomach, or dizziness. Those afflicted with anxiety often suffer from recurring intrusive thoughts or concerns.
Also known as manic-depression; bipolar disorder is a mood disorder characterized by cycles of elation (mania), and depression. The switches can be rapid, but are more frequently slow and gradual, often with periods of normal moods occurring between the high and low periods.
Depression is a common illness that negatively impacts how you feel, think, and act. Symptoms can include feelings of sadness, loss of interest or pleasure in things previously enjoyed, change in appetite/sleeping patterns, and suicidal thoughts.
Eating disorders describe a range of psychological disorders involving abnormal or disturbed eating habits.
Mood disorders are conditions which affects a person’s emotional state. It can cause long periods of extreme happiness, sadness, or both.
OCD or Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder is the tendency to practice excessive orderliness, perfectionism, and attention to detail, sometimes in unusual or illogical ways.
Medication management refers to a difficulty in regulating one’s intake of medicines, prescribed by a doctor or otherwise, to the point of overuse or abuse.
Panic disorder is a condition which causes frequent spikes of anxiety and fear, frequently and without reasonable cause.
A phobia is an extreme or irrational fear of, or aversion to something
PTSD, short for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, is a condition experienced by people who have experienced or witnessed a traumatizing event such as a serious accident, a violent crime, war/combat, or a natural disaster. This leads to intense, disturbing feelings and thoughts related to the event, which can last long after the event transpired.