Your mental health is at the core of everything you do and who you are. That’s why we take your mental and emotional well-being just as seriously as your physical health. At Olympus Healing Center, we have developed a culture that promotes healing on every level and allows you to get back to the life you want to be living. Through our personalized treatment process that takes your lifestyle into account, you will be able to access dozens of resources that turn the tables on the battle with your mental health.
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is a brain disorder often characterized by inattention, impulsivity, and hyperactivity. The causes of ADHD are still being researched. However, factors like brain injuries, genetics, substance abuse, and pregnant women being exposed to toxins, among others, can contribute to ADHD. There is no cure for ADHD; however, it can be managed with the right tools.
Anger can be a motivator and a helpful emotion to cope with stress. It can stem from other emotions such as humiliation, hurt, rejection, or fear. However, when anger overpowers an individual and becomes uncontrolled, it can affect their personal relationships, occupation, and overall quality of life. Uncontrolled anger can be caused by genetics or psychological disruptions. Anger management treatment can be a helpful tool to reduce these emotional outbursts. Our treatment process helps you understand what triggers your anger and how to control reactions in order to live a more fulfilling, balanced life.
Anxiety is commonly understood to be a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome. Or it’s the fear of the future and an unknown outcome. This is more commonly referred to as situational anxiety, where the activating event is identified and proximal. It becomes a disorder or potentially a diagnosable condition when the individual has overwhelming symptoms, similar to those stated above, and there is no clear identifiable activating event and/or the individual has lost the capacity to manage all the moving parts of their life. If you feel your anxiety has become unmanageable, we have what you need to take back control of your life.
More than three million people in the United States, about 7 percent of the population, struggle with depression. They lose interest in activities and experience depressed moods for long periods of time, becoming discouraged. Causes of depression include substance abuse, life stressors, or genetic influences. Symptoms of depression can be managed with coping strategies like psychotherapy and regular exercise. Medication can also alleviate symptoms in many cases.
Emotional dysregulation refers to the inability of a person to control their emotional responses to provocative stimuli. It should be noted that all of us can become dysregulated when triggered. However, many people, particularly those with a history of psychological trauma,
find that they have multiple triggers; additionally, the periods of dysregulation may be prolonged, causing major disruptions in relationships and daily functioning. Emotional dysregulation can also lead to or be associated with depression and anxiety.
PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) is a mental health condition that can be caused by a traumatic event. Individuals exposed to or involved with abuse, accidents, exposure to death, intense life experiences, and serious injury risk experiencing this condition. Difficult life circumstances cause individuals to struggle with feeling a sense of security, connecting with loved ones, concentrating, clarity, and being able to take control of their own lives. This condition can last for months or even years.
Changes in sleep patterns or habits can be frustrating. The persistence of these disruptions may signal a sleeping disorder. We can help you work through sleeping disorders such as insomnia, sleep apnea, restless leg syndrome, hypersomnia, and many more.
Smoking cessation is the process of discontinuing tobacco smoking. Nicotine cravings and urges can be very powerful; however, each time you resist the urge to smoke, you are one step ahead in your lifetime of recovery. We understand that smoking tobacco can be highly addictive, but our center is here to support and help clients who are willing to make a change.
A Traumatic Brain Injury, or TBI, is caused by an external force such as a bump, blow, jolt to the head, or penetration of the skull. Traumatic brain injuries cause the brain to function differently. These incidents can cause an individual to exhibit many different behavioral, cognitive, and physical issues. The individual may experience blurry vision, confusion, difficulty concentrating, frustration, irritability, sleep deprivation, or substance abuse.
Trauma comes in many different forms and can cause distressing memories that are hard to navigate. Individuals who experience traumatic events are more likely to have sleep deprivation, relationship conflict, and struggle with substance abuse. Moving beyond trauma can feel overwhelming for individuals and cause them to have intense emotions such as anger, shame, guilt, fear, and sadness.