Mood Disorder Treatment (Depression, Anxiety, & Bipolar)
What are mood disorders?
Mood disorders are a cluster of issues related to changes in one’s emotional state that causes problems in their ability to function in daily life. Mood disorders can come in many forms, including depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. People with mood disorders may feel prolonged feelings of sadness, low energy, poor appetite, nervousness, or even suicidal ideations.
Our Mood Disorder Treatment Philosophy
Mood disorders are the most common mental health concern among individuals in the United States. Our approach is to normalize the feelings and experiences associated with your presenting concerns because they are, in fact, normal. It is completely natural to have periods of fluctuating mood. Our focus on therapy is to change what we may do with those periods of low mood so we can be more flexible and effective in our approach.
How can COPE help?
There are many effective treatments for treating different mood disorders. Our goal is to make sure we get a thorough understanding of your specific concerns during the initial session to make sure we can create a treatment plan that is suited for your specific needs. This treatment plan may include individual therapy, group therapy, couples or family therapy, and a discussion about other community resources that can augment treatment. Treatment approaches available at COPE for Mood Disorders include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. To hear more about what treatment may be right for you, please contact us for more information.