Work With a Board-Certified Psychiatrist in Noblesville, IN

Work With a Board-Certified Psychiatrist in Noblesville, IN

Jess has always been a hardworking, organized, and enthusiastic person, but recently she has felt stressed and has lacked the energy to accomplish much. At first, she thought it was the pressure from her new responsibilities at work — her workload has increased since she got promoted. Her fatigue makes it more difficult for her to focus and accomplish her duties.

Jess wakes up most mornings feeling unmotivated and struggles with doing simple tasks like washing the dishes or folding her laundry. Other days, she finds that getting out of bed or communicating with her loved ones is difficult. In addition to this, she has been dealing with the recent news of her sister getting diagnosed with a terminal illness.

When you put everything together, Jess has had a hard time managing her time and priorities between her personal and professional life.  While Jess is an excellent employee, friend, mentor, and daughter, she experiences mental health struggles from time to time.

Have you ever felt like Jess — struggling and not knowing how to handle something in your life? If so, working with a psychiatrist could be right for you. Psychiatrists are medical doctors who focus on diagnosing, treating, and managing mental health issues for their clients.

If you’re experiencing symptoms of a mental illness, board-certified psychiatrists at Thriveworks Counseling in Noblesville, IN, can help you manage your mental health. Call our office today to schedule your first appointment.

What Disorders Can Psychiatrists Treat?

If you are struggling mentally or emotionally, it is worth considering reaching out to a  psychiatrist. You don’t have to be living with a serious mental health professional to get support.  These medical professionals help people who deal with debilitating symptoms as well as people living with milder mental disorders. Mental health exists on a spectrum.

Some of the most common issues diagnosed and treated by psychiatrists include:

  • Anxiety disorders
  • Sleep disorders
  • Substance-related and addictive disorders
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Personality disorders
  • Trauma and stress
  • Depressive disorders
  • Mood disorders

Consider reaching out to a psychiatrist even if you’re living with something that’s not on this list. Psychiatrists are able to help their clients manage a wide variety of mental health issues.

Do you think working with a psychiatrist could help you manage something in your life? If so, consider calling our office today at Thriveworks Counseling in Noblesville, IN. Someone from our scheduling team can help you get set up with your first session.

Benefits of Working With a Psychiatrist

Psychiatrists are medical doctors who specialize in psychiatry — the branch of medicine that focuses on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of behavioral, emotional, and mental disorders. They complete a four-year residency training where they learn how to assess the mental and physical aspects of psychological problems. They also obtain a medical degree that allows them to prescribe medications for their clients.

  • Diagnosis: Psychiatrists order or perform a range of medical, psychological, or laboratory tests, which, when discussed with clients, provides a picture of the client’s mental and physical state. This process is important, as some mental health issues can present themselves similarly, making them more difficult to diagnose.
  • Treatment: A psychiatrist can design a treatment plan specific to their client based on their needs and diagnosis. This plan will typically involve psychotherapy, medication, or a combination of multiple treatment methods.
  • Prevention: In some cases, dealing with a mental health issue can prevent future issues from developing. Working with a client to manage their mental health and reduce stress can have a major impact on the future occurrence of disorders.

If you think you may benefit from working with a psychiatrist and developing a treatment plan, consider scheduling an appointment today. The board-certified psychiatrists at Thriveworks in Noblesville, IN, are available to help you take the first step and get you on a path that will lead to a happier life.

Schedule a Psychiatry Appointment at Thriveworks in Noblesville, IN

Consider working with a board-certified psychiatrist at Thriveworks in Noblesville, IN, if you’ve been thinking about getting help. We believe that everyone can benefit from counseling with a caring professional here at Thriveworks.

Most new clients can meet with a provider within just 24-48 hours after calling. We also offer evening and weekend sessions to help you find time for mental health care.

Our psychiatrists work with their clients through convenient online sessions delivered over the phone or through video chats. Many of our clients love the added convenience and accessibility provided by these sessions.

Working with a provider from Thriveworks gives you access to other perks, including:

  • Our counselor-moderated community discussion forum
  • 24hr Q&A support
  • Ability to contact providers between sessions
  • Our Success Navigator smartphone app
  • Exclusive video content

At Thriveworks Counseling in Noblesville, IN, we want to help you live your best life. Call our office or use our convenient online scheduling tool to set up your first session.

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