Psychiatrists in Chattanooga, TN—Chattanooga Psychiatry

Psychiatrists in Chattanooga, TN—Chattanooga Psychiatry

Mental and physical abuse. Relationship issues like jealousy and trust issues. Financial and work stress. Depressive feelings and anxious thoughts. Anger and aggression. The list could keep going, but the point is this: There is a wide range of mental health problems that you or I might experience in our lifetime. In fact, most of us will likely experience at least one or two of the challenges we just listed.

It’s normal to encounter such problems, but some are more serious than others. And often, we find that we can’t quite manage the problem on our own. We realize that we need a little extra help. And we might ask our loved ones for their help first, but then we realize that the job is best suited for a mental health professional.

Mental health professionals can step in to help with our mental health problems, emotional disturbances, and other life issues. Psychiatrists, in specific, are uniquely qualified to assess the situation and then offer psychiatric care in the form of therapy or medication. 

If you would like to talk to a psychiatrist to gain their insight and help, call Thriveworks Counseling in Chattanooga, TN at (615) 564-7173. We can connect you quickly with an online psychiatrist who can evaluate your needs and provide you with the necessary care. You can look forward to meeting with them virtually, over the phone or over video chat. 

How Can Psychiatrists Help Their Clients?

First, psychiatry centers on the study and treatment of mental health conditions and other emotional or behavioral disturbances. Psychiatrists, then, are people who have studied psychiatry and who are now qualified to treat clients with these problems.

There are many different factors that can contribute to the development or the worsening of a mental health problem, including biological, psychological, and social components. Consider the following:

  • The health of one’s relationships
  • One’s happiness and fulfillment in life
  • A family history of mental illness
  • The state of one’s self-esteem
  • An individual’s ability to cope
  • One’s support system

If any of the above are damaged or in poor condition, it can cause or exacerbate a mental health problem. For example, if one goes through a serious breakup, they are at a greater risk of suffering from depression and other problems.

When someone does develop a problem that needs to be addressed and managed, a psychiatrist can offer their professional help. Again, these professionals can offer a diagnosis and treatment for the given issue, from anxiety disorders to depression, and other emotional disorders. 

What Kind of Care Can a Psychiatrist Offer?

Psychiatrists can offer many different types of care, but the two main treatment methods are psychotherapy and prescription medication. Psychotherapy dates back to the 9th century and is proven to be an effective treatment option for many different psychiatric problems. 

If your psychiatrist recommends psychotherapy, you can look forward to talking to them (or another mental health professional) about what you have been experiencing. Often, opening up about our problems is exactly what we need to manage or resolve them. Not to mention that these professionals can provide their expert insight and guidance. 

Medication is often used in conjunction with therapy, as it helps to reduce or alleviate the symptoms that come with one’s condition. For example, an anti-anxiety medication can help to slow one’s racing thoughts.

Schedule a Session with an Online Psychiatrist at Thriveworks in Chattanooga, TN

Many of us can find value in talking to a mental health professional at some point in our lives. If you’re going through a particularly difficult time in your life due to the loss of a loved one, trauma, depression, anxiety, or another mental health problem, your time might be now.

Consider scheduling an appointment with an online psychiatrist at Thriveworks in Chattanooga, TN and receive the comprehensive care that you need to heal. We’d be happy to connect you with a provider right away, and you might even meet with them today or tomorrow. 

To schedule your appointment, just call (615) 564-7173. We have a team of scheduling specialists who are here and ready to assist you.

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