Struggling with mental health problems is often more of a challenge than managing physical illnesses. If you’re experiencing emotional pain, the Corebella Health & Wellness team in Arizona can help restore your mental health. The practice has locations in Tempe, Glendale, and Scottsdale, where experienced physicians and therapists help patients recover from depression, anxiety, and other mental health problems. Find out how Corebella Health & Wellness can help you regain good mental health by calling the nearest office today. You can also use the online booking form to schedule an in-person or telemedicine consultation.
Mental health is a term for the thought processes, emotions, and feelings in your brain. When your thoughts and feelings are well-ordered and balanced, you feel happy and positive. If you have a mental health disorder, you feel a host of negative emotions that can be so powerful they overwhelm you.
Some mental health problems have physiological causes. Neurological damage and neurotransmitter (brain chemical) imbalances are some examples. There are also numerous psychological causes, including past experiences and learned behaviors, that influence how you think.
Mental and physical health are also closely linked. Physical conditions can cause problems like confusion, poor memory, and personality changes, while mental health problems often result in poor physical health.
There are many types of mental health conditions; some of the more common are:
Substance use disorders also have close links to mental health problems. Many people turn to substances like alcohol and heroin because of problems in their lives that they’re unable to deal with. Substance abuse can also worsen or trigger mental health problems.
Corebella Health & Wellness offers a comprehensive range of treatments for people with mental health problems. These treatments fit into two broad categories: talk therapies and medication.
Talk therapies take a variety of approaches. Some focus on helping you resolve problems in your life or past traumas. Others give you coping strategies and ways of adjusting unhealthy thinking.
Corebella Health & Wellness offers both individual and group therapy, using methods such as psychotherapy, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT).
Medications like antidepressants can help adjust chemical imbalances in your brain that are typical in people with conditions like depression. If you have an anxiety disorder, you might benefit from anti-anxiety medications, a similar class of drugs that work on different brain chemicals.
Corebella Health & Wellness also uses approved substitutes like buprenorphine (Suboxone® and Sublocade®) and naltrexone (Vivitrol®) for drug addiction treatment. These medications help you manage the effects of withdrawal to increase your chances of successfully overcoming addiction.
If you have any concerns about your mental health or worries about addiction, the Corebella Health & Wellness team offers expert treatment and vital emotional support. Call their nearest office today or book an appointment online.