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Anxiety, Panic attacks, depression, obsessive thinking, and other disorders may be experienced by themselves or in combination. It takes an experienced and trained professional to differentiate the nuances to treat appropriately and effectively


Anxiety and depression are treatable, it's not your fault, your moods don't have to control you.  Through Cognitive and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, you can get better and live the life you're meant to live. 

Grief & Bereavemnt

Everyone experiences grief and bereavement differently and at their own pace. After going through a loss, it's common to feel you're on autopilot during the first year and seek professional help by the end of the second year. While unpredictable emotions and uncontrollable crying are normal, there is a significant difference between clinical depression and bereavement that requires a trained professional to assess, diagnose and treat


Depression tends to be thoughts of "gloom and doom." A sense of a "black cloud" and heaviness are common. Sleeping a lot, poor hygiene, difficulty accomplishing  tasks and a significant lack of motivation. At times, it can be weeks before a person leaves their home due to depression.

People with symptoms of bipolar disorder often experience symptoms of anxiety and/or adhd simultaneously. Maintaining professional or personal relationships can be challenging. It is possible and feasible to learn to manage and be in control of all of these symptoms and have meaningful, successful relationships and employment.


Anxiety tends to be the "what if thoughts." Truly fear of the unknown. Sleep is often affected by frequent awakenings and difficulty falling asleep. At times, high anxiety may appear as symptoms of adhd or mania. Other symptoms of anxiety may present as avoidance of speaking on the phone, avoidance of being in public, fear of public speaking, and isolation. 

Bipolar with Adhd & Anxiety
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