Mental Illness is something that many people struggle with on a day to day basis. There are many different types of mental illnesses from depression, anxiety to more severe disorders such as schizophrenia. When diagnosing a mental illness, it’s important to seek professional help from a psychologist to help address the best course of action for treatment.
It’s important to remember that sometimes people with certain psychotic disorders (such as schizophrenia) may also have problems in parts of the brain that control their thinking, motivation, and perception. But not all people with a mental illness will experience this severity of mental thinking. Most experts say that two of the main symptoms of psychosis are hallucinations and delusions.
Other more common mental illnesses don’t necessarily show up with these severe symptoms.
Treating psychosis depends on the perceived cause of the illness. Sometimes you may need to use drugs to control the symptoms, while sometimes psychotherapy also works.
If you think you, a relative, or a loved one may have symptoms of psychosis or another mental illness, always remember that treatment is possible. It’s not too late to find a way to cope with your condition provided you seek help as soon as you think the symptoms are having a negative impact on your life.
Each person that is treated for a mental disorder may have different responses to therapy. Sometimes, improvements will show quickly, while others may take months and even weeks.
Successful treatment of a mental illness may depend on a combination of psychosocial support and medication. With our help we can provide different methods of treatment that can help improve your quality of life and help you get back to being yourself. We work with you to find what works best for you when it comes to treating your mental illness.
Our experts at VIC Park Psychology can help you find ways to cope and manage your existing conditions. We provide a safe and comfortable environment that will help make you feel secure when sharing your sentiments with us.
Call our friendly team today to find out more about how we can help you overcome your mental illness. Whether you’re suffering from depression, anxiety, or something more severe, you don’t have to do it alone. Call now to book your appointment.