Medford Psychiatry — Work With a Licensed Psychiatrist in OR

Medford Psychiatry — Work With a Licensed Psychiatrist in OR

There are many different signs that can indicate your mental health is slipping. You might be having trouble focusing at school or work, overlooking details, and making mistakes. You might find that you’ve withdrawn from the people and activities you used to enjoy because they feel empty or bring inexplicable stress. You might find yourself consumed with negative thoughts about yourself and unsure of how to quiet them.

Most of all, you’ll notice that feeling in control of these emotions, thoughts, impulses, and behaviors can be very difficult if you’re trying to manage them by yourself. You might wonder how you’re supposed to get better if you can’t find this control, and then start thinking that maybe you’ll always feel like this.

We want you to know that support is available. With the help of a licensed mental health professional like a psychiatrist, you can take back control of your thoughts and emotional state. At Thriveworks Counseling in Medford, OR, our online psychiatrists can meet with you to help combat the challenges you’re facing and find a more peaceful and fulfilling life. Consider calling our office today to get started.

What Disorders Can Psychiatrists Treat?

When you think of a psychiatrist, you might imagine someone in a white lab coat working with people experiencing severe mental illness in a hospital. While this is the reality for some psychiatrists, there’s a lot more to the picture.

Psychiatrists can work in hospitals, medical centers, nursing homes, or counseling centers, like at Thriveworks. They are doctors who devote their lives to the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of mental disorders. Psychiatrists can treat mental disorders across all levels of severity including:

  • Mood disorders, like major depressive disorder, persistent depressive disorder, postpartum depression, and bipolar disorder
  • Eating disorders, such as anorexia and bulimia
  • Anxiety disorders, like generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder, and panic disorder
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and other related disorders
  • Personality disorders, like narcissistic, borderline, and paranoid personality disorder
  • Insomnia and hypersomnia
  • Substance abuse and addiction

If you’ve been diagnosed with a mental disorder or have experienced the symptoms of these psychological problems, seeking treatment can drastically change the course of how you live your life.

Psychiatrists see people at many different stages of life. Certain psychiatric specialties reflect these needs, such as:

  • Child and adolescent psychiatry
  • Young adult psychiatry
  • Perinatal psychiatry
  • Geriatric psychiatry

Whether you’re dealing with one of the above concerns or something else entirely, at Thriveworks Counseling in Medford, OR, you can work with a licensed psychiatrist who will provide you with compassionate care that tackles your unique needs.

What Happens During Psychiatric Treatment?

For their training, psychiatrists complete medical school and psychiatry residencies to become experts on the human mind, behavior, and emotions. Having an extensive understanding of the biological and environmental factors involved in mental health allows them to accurately diagnose mental health issues and develop comprehensive treatment plans.

Psychiatric treatment often involves a two-pronged approach: psychotherapy (also known as talk therapy) and prescription medication. Every psychiatrist has a medical degree, so they can prescribe and manage medications for their clients. Mental health medications can help make symptoms of a mental health disorder more manageable, allowing clients to make more progress during each session.

At Thriveworks in Medford, OR, you can meet with a board-certified psychiatrist remotely. This means you can access high-quality mental health services by talking to a psychiatrist over the phone or via a video chat. Online treatment can be just as effective as in-person treatment, and many of our clients actually prefer the convenience that comes along with online sessions.

Your psychiatrist will walk you through your treatment plan and make sure that you feel safe and understood. If you are prescribed medications, your psychiatrist will check in with you regularly about how the medication is affecting you. If you have any concerns about side effects or drug interactions with other medications, your psychiatrist will be there to answer your questions and adjust the dosage or type of medication you are taking. If you are concerned about taking medication long-term, they can also help you develop an exit strategy.

Could you benefit from working with a psychiatrist? Consider calling our office at Thriveworks Counseling in Medford, OR to get started.

Start Seeing a Licensed Psychiatrist at Thriveworks in Medford, OR

If you’re looking to bring more peace and happiness back to your life, then consider reaching out to a psychiatrist from Thriveworks Counseling in Medford, OR. Our providers have appointments available in the mornings, afternoons, and evenings — on both weekends and weekdays.

We also offer affordable rates and accept most major insurance plans. Figuring out scheduling and billing is easy with our text support line. You can schedule appointments by calling our office or by visiting our scheduling page. One of our team members would be happy to help you get started.

The help you’re looking for is waiting for you — schedule your first psychiatry session with Thriveworks in Medford, OR today.

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