Understanding Mood Disorders

Understanding Mood Disorders

Depression

Symptoms of depression often include feelings of sadness, low motivation, low energy, sleep disturbances, appetite changes, and sometimes thoughts of death. Our specialists at The Catalyst Center excel at working with individuals suffering with depression.

Bipolar Mood Disorder

People who struggle with Bipolar Mood Disorder generally experience markedly different episodes of depression and mania that can feel like being on a roller-coaster of emotions. Our specialists excel at helping people to understand and manage these ups and downs. 

Other Mood Issues

The Catalyst Center we are deeply committed to helping people manage the whole spectrum of mood problems. Sometimes people struggle with mood issues that don't fit neatly into the well-known categories of "Major Depressive Disorder" or "Bipolar Mood Disorder."  Even though other mood issues aren't talked about as often, they are just as important, and can benefit from psychotherapy.  Sometimes mood symptoms are related to a medical diagnosis, and may not totally resolved by medical treatment alone.  Treating these mood symptoms can be an important part of overall healing. Often clients seek out our specialists when they aren't sure if what they are experiencing might be considered a "Mood Disorder" or not, but they do know that something doesn't feel right and they want help to feel better. Our clinicians excel at getting to the bottom of our client's mood complaints and helping them take meaningful steps towards healing.

Anxiety, Worry and Panic

Anxiety, Worry and Panic

Depression, Bipolar and Mood Disorders

Depression, Bipolar and Mood Disorders