Other Mental Health Disorders

 

Unfortunately TMS is not an option for all Mental Health Disorders, and likewise not all patients may qualify to partake in TMS treatment.  Fortunately TMS Provider Services of America is still able to offer treatment for suffers of various mental health disorders through the use of conventional Psychotherapy and Med Management. Some of these disorders include:

 

Psychotherapy

Struggling with depression or anxiety? Have stressors that feel overwhelming? Life can be difficult and reaching out for help shouldn’t be. When a person’s day to day life is affected, the importance of getting adequate help and treatment is that much more.Therapy can help when you worry all the time, when you feel alone, when you are not enjoying life like you use to as well as many other reasons.

 

Therapy is available to address a wide range of personal issues and to treat a variety of psychological conditions including problems with depression, anxiety, stress, relationship and/or family issues, behavior issues, and work and/or school related concerns among others.

 

Provided by our staff psychologist in an individual, family, and group therapy setting. Services are offered for children, adolescents, and adults.

 

Our psychologist works utilizing a variety of evidence based therapy models and with individualized treatment plans for each person. Therapy may also provided in conjunction with TMS treatments on a weekly basis, provided that a patient qualifies for it. Combing TMS treatment with therapy can be helpful as therapy continues to work on coping skills for triggers and environmental factors exacerbating issuues in one’s life.

 

Med Management

Medication management is the monitoring of medications that a patient takes to confirm that he or she is complying with a medication regimen, while also ensuring the patient is avoiding potentially dangerous drug interactions and other complications. This is especially important for those taking large numbers of medications to address chronic illnesses, multiple diseases, and mental health issues. Taking multiple medications is known as polypharmacy, and it is particularly common among older adults, as they are more likely to need medications to manage an array of chronic conditions.

There are a number of aspects to medication management, all of which are focused on making sure that medications are used appropriately. Keeping track of all of the medications currently in use by a patient is an important part. This can include creating printed lists describing medications, their dosages, and how they are being used. These lists can be kept in patient charts and provided to patients to help them track the drugs they use and understand why various medications are being prescribed.