Lowell Psychiatry—Psychiatrists in Lowell, MA
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” This is a question that we are all asked when we’re younger. Our responses vary, some declaring, “I want to be a teacher,” and others announcing “I want to be a doctor!” What we all truly hope, though, is that we grow up to be happy.
You’ve probably heard John Lennon’s quote about happiness: “When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down ‘happy’. They told me I didn’t understand the assignment, and I told them they didn’t understand life.”
Lennon’s mother is right. The key to life is happiness, but achieving happiness isn’t always an easy feat. Especially when mental health challenges and other life problems get in our way.
When we confront these obstacles, it is common to need help, guidance, or support. Sometimes, we can manage with the help, guidance, and support of our loved ones. At other times, though, we need expert assistance.
If you’ve run into a significant obstacle in your life, such as an anxiety disorder, depression, trauma, grief, or substance abuse, you should talk to a mental health professional. Psychiatrists can prove especially helpful when you are experiencing symptoms of one of these conditions or disturbances.
Thriveworks Counseling in Lowell, MA would be happy to set you up with an online psychiatrist in Massachusetts. They can conduct your sessions virtually over video or telephone, which makes this relationship both convenient and comfortable.
Who Can Benefit from Psychiatric Services?
Psychiatrists are committed to helping people live the happy lives they have dreamed of since childhood. They want to show their clients that it is possible to heal, to grow, to manage and overcome their challenges
If you’re experiencing harmful symptoms of a mental health condition, the first step is to seek out a professional’s help. Doing so is crucial to working through your specific problems and achieving your goals. A psychiatrist can provide you with care for your mental illness, from start to finish, starting with an initial assessment. From this assessment, they will aim to offer a diagnosis and then provide you with the right treatment measure.
The following are commonly treated by psychiatrists and their counterparts:
- PTSD triggered by traumatic experiences
- Grief and bereavement, following the loss of a loved one
- Substance abuse problems or concerns
- Anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders
- Eating disorders like bulimia and anorexia
If you are suffering from PTSD, grief, substance abuse, or another mental health problem, consider talking to a psychiatrist. As we explained above, they can offer you the comprehensive care that you need to manage your symptoms, heal, and live the happy life that you’re after.
Schedule a Session with an Online Psychiatrist in Massachusetts
Thriveworks Counseling has online psychiatrists on our team who can offer their care and expertise. These professionals can help any and all individuals who reside in the state of Massachusetts. They can conduct psychological tests and assessments, offer a diagnosis, and then guide you on your treatment journey.
Does this sound like the comprehensive care that you’re looking for? If so, schedule an appointment with one of our Massachusetts psychiatrists now. To do so, click here or call one of the offices below.
Our psychiatrists can work with people online, which means that you are welcome to schedule an appointment at any of the following offices. However, we recommend choosing the office that is closest to you:
Thriveworks in Amherst: (413) 634-4805
Thriveworks in Attleboro: (508) 205-0195
Thriveworks in Brookline: (617) 934-1974
Thriveworks in Boston: (617) 671-1264
Thriveworks in Boston (Financial District): (617) 250-7044
Thriveworks in Boston (South End): (617) 340-8582
Thriveworks in Cambridge (Central Square): (617) 395-5806
Thriveworks in Cambridge (Harvard Square): (617) 553-4653
Thriveworks in Framingham: (508) 392-4269
Thriveworks in Leominster: (978) 401-4332
Thriveworks in Lexington: (781) 786-7267
Thriveworks in Newton: (617) 992-2827
Thriveworks in Quincy: (617) 991-9908
Thriveworks in Salem: (978) 206-6036
Thriveworks in Waltham: (781) 309-9149
Thriveworks in Watertown: (617) 830-1704
Thriveworks in Westborough: (774) 377-4939
Thriveworks in Worcester: (509) 409-6134