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Understanding and Treating Mood Disorders

Feeling down, anxious, or overwhelmed can become a daily struggle, and it's important to remember you're not alone. Many people grapple with these emotions, and there's no shame in seeking help. These challenges can sometimes be symptoms of mood disorders, such as depression, anxiety, and ADHD.


If you're facing these difficulties, you might find a shift in your usual habits. Activities you once enjoyed may now feel like a burden. Daily tasks can become overwhelming, making it difficult to concentrate or stay focused on work, school, or even household chores. You might also experience significant changes in your sleep or appetite, sleeping more or less than usual, or struggling with changes in how much you eat.  Constant fatigue or a lack of energy can become a roadblock, leaving you drained even after a good night's sleep and unable to muster the energy for daily activities. Perhaps the most concerning signs are negative thoughts or feelings of hopelessness. Persistent sadness, worthlessness, or guilt, or finding yourself preoccupied with negative thoughts, can significantly impact your life.


Understanding mood disorders

Medication Management for Mood Disorders

We understand the importance of a multifaceted approach to mental health.  While we may not offer therapy services ourselves, we specialize in the interventional side of mental health through medication management.  This means we work collaboratively with your existing healthcare team, including primary care providers, psychiatrists, and behavioral health counselors, to develop a personalized medication plan for mood disorders. We can help regulate your medications and ensure you receive the most effective treatment possible

Collaborative Care for Your Mental Wellbeing

At Lonerock Clinic, we understand the importance of integrated care for your mental health.  We are happy to accept referrals from your primary care physician (PCP) for mental health treatment. This collaborative approach ensures open communication between our team and your PCP, allowing us to develop a treatment plan that aligns with your overall healthcare goals.  You don't need to be a Lonerock primary care patient to receive our mental health services – we are here to partner with you and your existing healthcare providers to provide the comprehensive support you deserve.

Struggling to Concentrate

Whether it's work deadlines, school assignments, or even household chores, focusing on tasks can feel nearly impossible. You might get easily distracted, have trouble remembering details, or experience brain fog.

Feeling Constantly On Edge

Anxiety can manifest as excessive worry, restlessness, or even physical symptoms like rapid heartbeat or difficulty sleeping. Everyday situations might feel overwhelming, and it can be hard to relax.

Low Mood or Interest

Depression can leave you feeling drained of energy and motivation. Simple tasks can feel like a burden, and you might isolate yourself from social interactions

Difficulty Managing Emotions

Mood swings, irritability, or difficulty controlling reactions are common symptoms of some mood disorders. This can impact your relationships and daily life.

We're Here to Help You Succeed

Our goal is to empower you to manage your mood disorder or ADHD and reclaim your life. We offer a variety of evidence-based treatment options to find what works best for you.
Ready to take the first step? Contact Lonerock Clinic today for a confidential appointment. We're here to listen without judgment and help you get back on track to feeling your best.

Are You Experiencing Any of the Following?

Compassionate, Judgement Free Approach to Mental Health

Mood disorders

Medication Management

Our team has extensive experience in treating mood disorders with various medications, including SSRIs, anti-psychotics, and medications for anxiety, compulsions, and PTSD. We will work with you to find the most effective treatment plan to help you feel better.

flexible scheduling options

Flexible Options

We understand that everyone has unique preferences when it comes to mental healthcare. We offer a variety of appointment options, including in-person and virtual appointments to accommodate your needs. On bad days, you don't even need to leave your home.

root cause of a problem

Treating the Root Cause

While medication can be helpful, we also believe in addressing the underlying causes of mood disorders. We may recommend additional services like lab studies, cognitive therapy, counseling, or self-awareness exercises to assist you in your journey to better mental health

Did you know that ADHD, particularly in women, is often under-diagnosed?
Do you struggle with completing tasks, staying focused, or feeling restless? You might not be alone.

ADHD in women

Up to 17% of Americans experience a mood disorder at any given time, and over 1/3
will suffer from a mood disorder in their lifetime. 

17% of Americans suffer from a mood disorder
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