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You Are Not Alone
Many people are affected by mental health problems such as depression, panic disorders, or issues with alcohol or substance use. These problems can make it harder to think clearly, manage how you feel, and work with other people.
But you're not alone. Talking with others who suffer from these problems may help. And treatment can help you get back in control. Or maybe you're worried about someone else and want to help. Our information can answer your questions.
A mental health assessment gives your doctor a complete picture of your emotional state. It also looks at how well you are able to think, reason, and remember (cognitive functioning).
Neuropsychological testing can help your doctor find out how a problem with your brain is affecting your ability to reason, concentrate, solve problems, or remember. This type of testing is most often done by a psychologist with special training in this area.
Should My Child Take Medicine for ADHD? Should I Take an Antidepressant?
You may have questions like these, and we have answers.
Let us help you make a wise decision today:
Learn more about Behavioral Health, including ways to take action to help yourself or a loved one.