Mental Health Care Specialties
West End Consultation Group’s team of psychiatric specialists provide care for several adult mental health conditions but specialize in anxiety disorders, bipolar disorders, depression, and Adult ADHD.
Our services include diagnosis, medication management, and psychotherapy using science-based and alternative methods.
We take a caring and comprehensive approach to treating these and other conditions in adults. Contact our clinic to request an appointment with one of our psychiatric specialists.
Everyone experiences “the jitters” on occasion, but anxiety is different. People suffering from anxiety disorders experience symptoms to severe it impacts their ability to function. Sometimes these episodes triggered by the anticipation of a specific event or might occur out of nowhere. An anxiety episode can affect the entire body, leaving a person feeling sore and fatigued.
Our psychiatric specialists treat adults with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), social anxiety disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), panic disorder, and performance anxiety. We’ll help you find ways to cope with your anxiety and prescribe treatments that help alleviate your symptoms.
Depression and other depressive disorders impact the mind and body, making it difficult to concentrate or sometimes, even get out of bed. These conditions will not “go away on their own” and, if left untreated, can lead to suicidal thoughts. Depressive disorders require diagnosis and treatment from a licensed psychiatric professional. If you or a loved one are experiencing symptoms associated with depression, please seek treatment right away.
We work with individuals suffering from depression, seasonal affective disorder (SAD), dysthymia, and premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD). Through medication and lifestyle changes, we’ll help you find relief from your symptoms.
Bipolar disorder is characterized by people experiencing extreme highs followed by extreme lows. Also known as manic-depressive illness, bipolar disorder impacts adults of all ages. The four types of mood episodes associated with bipolar disorder include mania, hypomania, depression, and mixed episodes. The intensity and frequency of each episode vary based on the individual.
Symptoms associated with bipolar disorder impact an individual’s ability to focus on work and family, and can strain personal and professional relationships. Getting help from a licensed professional is essential in treating the condition effectively.