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FAQ

Sometimes people feel as if they need to be only at their lowest point or “rock bottom” to be able to need or benefit from treatment. Most often, it is more helpful to come in when you first notice an issue so that you can be more empowered to make changes in a proactive and even preventative fashion. If you have experienced any of the following, you can get relief from these and other symptoms:

  • Feeling consistently sad, numb, or depressed for longer than two weeks
  • Feeling consistently nervous, anxious, or “on-edge” for longer than two weeks
  • Mind racing
  • Perfectionism
  • Trouble with sleeping (too much, not enough, or waking up intermittently throughout the night)
  • Poor eating (either eating too much or a loss of appetite)
  • Significant guilt, especially connected to one’s eating habits
  • Discomfort with body changes
  • Chronic muscle tension
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Agitated, restless, or feeling sluggish
  • Feelings or thoughts of worthlessness or guilt
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Feeling “scattered”
  • Difficulty making decisions
  • The loss of ability to experience pleasure or fun in what you typically enjoy
  • Recurring conflict with significant others
  • Uncontrollable tearfulness or not being able to cry
  • Feeling overwhelmed
  • Confusion with how to respond to a medical diagnosis
  • Extended grief
  • Confusion regarding parenting decisions
  • Confusion regarding making life choices
  • Social anxiety
  • Purposeful avoidance of situations that cause anxiety
  • Frustration with how to correctly care for your body
  • Falling back into negative habits even though there is a desire to change
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Trilicius Clinical Services
Krysta Winters, Psy.D
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