At Northeast Health Services, we understand how mental health can dramatically affect your life. That is why our treatments and services were designed to assist individuals in managing and conquering any condition they may be facing. We treat the following conditions: attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, eating disorders, anxiety, autism spectrum disorder, bipolar disorder, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, schizophrenia, and sleep disturbances.
Our facility’s experts are devoted to offering evidence-based care as well as support so that you can reach the highest level of psychological well-being possible.
Don’t wait any longer. Contact our team at 508.794.8711 now to discover more about the effective mental health treatment services we provide and all the conditions that can be addressed.
Conditions Treated by Northeast Health Services
We treat a wide array of mental health conditions, including the following:
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a neurological condition that makes it hard for an individual to stay focused and control their impulses. It’s usually diagnosed in young individuals but can persist into adulthood as well.
Anxiety is a natural reaction to dangerous or stressful situations, However, for certain people, it can become too much and impair their ability to live normally. Excessive anxiety often presents itself as generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, or specific phobias—all of which can make day-to-day life incredibly daunting.
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Autism spectrum disorder is a complex brain disorder that involves impaired social communication, and repetitive behaviors. It has various levels of severity ranging from mild to extreme, yet with early diagnosis and intervention, those living with ASD can still lead a full life. With the right support system in place, persons affected by autism have every opportunity to flourish.
Attention-deficit disorder (ADD) is a complex neurodevelopmental condition that can influence an individual’s capacity to focus and maintain control of their behavior. Those who suffer from ADD experience issues with concentrating, adhering to directions, and accomplishing tasks which often result in hindrances at school, work, or even personal relationships. The signs of ADD generally commence during childhood but may follow into one’s adulthood as well.
Bipolar disorder is a psychiatric condition that causes dramatic temper swings, varying from despondency to mania. This illness affects an individual’s capacity to control their emotions, thus disrupting everyday activities and relationships.
Everyone experiences periods of sadness, but depression is more than just a passing emotion. It’s an insidious mental health condition that can cause profound and long-lasting effects. Depression presents itself in the form of prolonged hopelessness, diminishing interest in activities you used to find joy in, as well as physical symptoms such as changes in appetite and sleep patterns, fatigue, and difficulty focusing on tasks.
Eating disorders may come in diverse forms and affect anyone regardless of age, race or gender; they can even persist for long durations leading to a diagnosis. However, when faced with these types of struggles, there is help available from mental health professionals who understand the varying causes and manifestations that accompany such conditions.
Impulse control is the capacity to manage one’s emotions, behaviors, and decisions in an orderly and suitable fashion. People with difficulty controlling their impulses may have trouble acting on impulse, without thinking about potential outcomes. This can lead to issues at work or home such as strained relationships, financial problems, or other negative impacts on life.
Mood dysregulation is an extreme type of bipolar disorder frequently diagnosed in children and adolescents. It can result in persistent, intense mood swings that lead to erratic emotional reactions disproportionate to the situation at hand. Thankfully, those struggling with this condition can turn to medication, therapy, and lifestyle adjustments aimed at stabilizing their moods as well as managing symptoms.
Obsessions and Compulsions
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental health condition that makes it difficult for an individual to control their thoughts, images, or impulses and feel impelled to do repeated behaviors or mental acts. These obsessions and compulsions are frequently troublesome, take up considerable amounts of time and interfere with usual functioning.
Experiencing events that don’t align with reality are referred to as psychotic symptoms. This can include hallucinations (seeing or hearing things that aren’t there), delusions (irrational beliefs), disordered thought processes, and odd behavior. Psychotic symptoms could be a result of mental health conditions like schizophrenia or even caused by medications, substances, or medical issues. It’s vital to get professional help if you or a loved one experiences these distressing signs as they can disrupt daily life significantly.
After being exposed to a traumatic event, such as an act of violence, disaster, or combat, some people may develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Symptoms that arise can range from intrusive thoughts and flashbacks associated with the ordeal to avoidance of reminders of it. Additionally, many experience persistent distress along with hyperarousal when one is on high alert constantly.
Schizophrenia is a serious mental health concern that hinders an individual’s ability to distinguish between reality and imagination. This can cause disordered thinking, delusions, hallucinations, social withdrawal, disorganized speech or behavior, and apathy toward everyday activities—all of which make it difficult for those living with schizophrenia to flourish in life. However, given the right treatment plan and supportive networks in place, many people are capable of managing their condition successfully.
Sensory processing issues can be caused by a variety of conditions such as autism spectrum disorder, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), or developmental delays. These difficulties in interpreting and responding to sensory information from one or more senses like sight, sound, touch, taste, or smell can lead to an individual experiencing discomfort when exposed to certain stimuli and may even cause them to entirely avoid those triggers. To assist individuals with these sensory needs and help improve their lives overall, it’s essential that they receive proper evaluation and treatment for their particular situation.
When your sleep patterns no longer align with what is typically considered healthy and normal, you are suffering from sleep irregularity. Insomnia, waking up too early in the morning, fatigue during the day—these can all be signs of an underlying condition or occur due to lifestyle elements like stress, worry, or even obstructive sleep apnea.
Suicidal ideation encompasses all musings related to death or suicide, stemming from fleeting notions to intricate designs. It’s a profound problem that necessitates direct action and a support system right away. Those affected by suicidal ideation must connect with specialists in mental health care and those close to them for safety as well as peace of mind.
Learn More About the Northeast Health Services Approach to Treatment
Our treatment methodology is tailored to everyone’s particular needs and objectives. We prioritize a holistic approach to mental health, joining evidence-based techniques and therapies into one unified plan designed exclusively for you. Our mission is to empower you with the necessary tools to manage your mental health effectively while also increasing your overall sense of well-being.
If you’re struggling with mental health symptoms or just need a helping hand, our team is here for you. We are passionate about accompanying people on their journeys to enhanced mental well-being and would love to work alongside you. Get in touch directly at 508.794.8711, or visit us online now if you’d like further information.