Therapy for Mood Disorders
“Time will pass; these moods will pass; and I will, eventually, be myself again.”
Helping adults and adolescents find balance and regulation with mood management.
Sometimes life feels out of control with moods rapidly shifting from intense highs to debilitating lows.
Most people who start Therapy for mood disorders feel intense shifts in the ability to manage and control their emotions and how they feel about things. Perhaps you can relate. Maybe you make risky decisions that you then regret a couple of days later. Maybe you experience such high highs that you feel invincible, immortal, or like you can do anything. Perhaps you struggle with such low lows that you can’t get out of bed, quit your job, or feel so hopeless that you don’t see a path out.
Stuck in two very different headspaces all the time it can feel like hope is lost.
“It’s time to get the help that can get you back on track. It’s time to take care of yourself.“
Even if you don’t believe you deserve care, you do. You deserve to take care of yourself.
Do any of the following resonate with you?
- You feel like you can’t find a middle ground and that your emotions change drastically.
- You make risky decisions including sexual, impulsive, financial, or substance-use related.
- You experience devastating depression and have thought about or attempted suicide.
- You experience such high highs that you have tried to write a book in a day, convinced yourself you were God-like, or thought that you could do anything.
- You can’t control your speech and it feels impossible to stop talking.
- You have sought out inpatient support because you felt unsafe.
- Your moods shift so rapidly it can be hard to press pause and find balance.
- Your thoughts have become obsessive, especially at night.
- You notice that you’re feeling irritable, short-tempered, and easily frustrated.
If these are true for you, I want you to know that you might feel embarrassed to open up about what you’re really going through, even to family and friends. Therapy provides a non-judgemental space for you to talk freely about what’s bothering you.
Therapy For Mood Disorders Can Help You Feel Less Chaotic And More In Control
It’s possible to feel better. Imagine a life where you could
Stop cycling so rapidly.
Control how you respond to anxious thoughts and feelings.
Create a wellness plan that was uniquely Your Own.
Learn coping skills to regulate your moods and reduce your risk of self-harm.