Caring for Your Mental Health
When your life seems out of control, asking for help is a sign of strength. When should you see a psychiatrist?
- You constantly worry.
- You feel trapped.
- You aren't getting any better with self-help.
- You feel like you can't handle things alone.
- Your feelings are affecting your job or schoolwork, relationships, or sleep or eating habits.
With Sanford Psychiatry, you can get back to mental health through counseling and medication if appropriate. That may come through outpatient care, inpatient care or partial hospitalization.
Sanford Psychiatry is dedicated to help. We meet your mental health needs with compassion, respect and confidentiality.
Understand Your Response to Stress
Any change in your life can lead to stress. And everyone responds to stress differently. Sanford Psychiatry can help you identify the kinds of physical, mental and emotional responses you have to stress - even some you might not have thought of. If you think you might be stressed, this assessment can help you identify its effects on you.
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