Integrated Health Resources (IHR) offers an integrated multi-disciplinary approach to working with Adults and Adolescents experiencing a wide variety of mental illnesses to include trauma, depression, addictions, anxiety, ADHD, bipolar-disorder, mood swings, psychosis, sexual abuse issues, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), identity disorder, co-occurring disorder, and other behavioral and mental health problems impacting life functions.     


Psychiatric Diagnostic Assessment, Psychological Assessment, Psychological Testing, Psychiatric Evaluation and Medication Management.


Addiction is an inability to stop using a substance or engaging in a behavior even though it is causing psychological and physical harm.


Trauma is the response to a deeply distressing or disturbing event that overwhelms an individual’s ability to cope, causes feelings of helplessness, diminishes their sense of self and their ability to feel a full range of emotions and experiences.


Depression is a constant feeling of sadness and loss of interest, which stops you from doing your normal activities. Different types of depression exist, with symptoms ranging from relatively minor to severe. Generally, depression does not result from a single event, but from a mix of events and factors.


Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) usually involves a persistent feeling of anxiety or dread, which can interfere with daily life. It is not the same as occasionally worrying about things or experiencing anxiety due to stressful life events. People living with GAD experience frequent anxiety for months, if not years.


ADHD is a mental health disorder that is responsible for behavior that can be described as hyperactive or impulsive. Typically, people suffering from ADHD have difficulty concentrating or focusing on a specific task. This can impact your work, school, and relationships.


Formerly called manic depression, describes a mental health condition whereby the patient suffers from dramatic changes in mood, behavior, and mindset. This transition from mania (high, happy, optimistic) to depression (low, sad, pessimistic) can happen as quickly and frequently as weeks at a time.


A mental disorder characterized by a disconnection from reality. Psychosis may occur as a result of a psychiatric illness like schizophrenia. In other instances, it may be caused by a health condition, medications, or drug use.


A disorder in which a person has difficulty recovering after experiencing or witnessing a terrifying event. The condition may last months or years, with triggers that can bring back memories of the trauma accompanied by intense emotional and physical reactions.


Dissociative identity disorder, previously called multiple personality disorder, is usually a reaction to trauma as a way to help a person avoid bad memories. It is characterized by the presence of two or more distinct personality identities. Each may have a unique name, personal history, and characteristics.


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