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Pharmacological treatment as an adjunct to therapy for a variety of disorders: Depression, BiPolar, ADHD, Anxiety, Panic, Psychosis, Eating Disorders, OCD.
Many people experience a form of depression or anxiety at some point in their lives. When depression, anxiety, insomnia interfere with normal functioning in many aspects of our life beyond a reasonable period of time, medication may be necessary to rebalance our chemistry, often in conjunction with psychotherapy. Certain forms of depression such as BiPolar disorder require medication to achieve a normal chemical balance to enable an individual to live a normal life.
How Columbia Counseling Can Help
Call the Center and make an appointment with a psychiatrist for a medication evaluation to determine whether you may benefit from medication.
- Depression, anxiety, mood swings
- Bipolar disorder
- Recurrent unwanted thoughts
- Sleep difficulties and insomnia
- Anger, irritability, grief
- Attention, concentration, ADHD