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Lisa Eaton Therapy has Bipolar Disorder Therapists in Foothill Ranch California. For many people, a diagnosis of bipolar disorder can seem devastating. What does it mean? What can I do to learn to live with this? The condition is not as uncommon as many people would think, but it does require treatment. At Lisa Eaton Therapy, we can provide you with the resources and support you need to help you overcome the symptoms of this condition.
Once known as manic depression, bipolar disorder is a type of mental health disorder in which a person has significant mood swings that often include very high highs, sometimes mania or hypomania, and then suffers from lows, such as depression. Though most people go through these swings in moods from time to time, those who have this condition typically have a more pronounced change, and in most cases, it interferes with their daily life.
When a person is experiencing the mania or high component, they may feel euphoric and full of energy. They may also be very irritable during this period. This high level of energy is not always beneficial. In many cases, a person will struggle with sleeping. They may have trouble regulating judgment and decision making. Sometimes, it is hard to maintain behavior or to think clearly about what is occurring.
In addition to these highs, those who have bipolar disorder may have very low periods. This is when they may experience debilitating depression that may not be around any specific type of event. This can make it hard for a person to manage their lives.
For most, these types of mood swings happen often or at least several times each year. While other people may have instances of mood swings, those with this condition typically have much more substantial changes that create far more difficult conditions in a person’s life.
Should you reach out to Lisa Eaton Therapy for bipolar disorder treatment? If you believe you have this condition for any reason, it is best to reach out for treatment. We can provide a full assessment to get a better level of insight into what you are experiencing.
One of the most important steps will be determining if you have the symptoms of any of the various types of bipolar disorder. This includes Bipolar I, Bipolar II, Cyclothymic disorder, or other types. Our goal is to get a good understanding of what could be occurring.
For example, those who have bipolar typically have symptoms such as being super happy and upbeat, jumpy or just wired for no reason. They may have periods of time where they have a lot of extra energy and may have self-confidence that is not always appropriate for them. They may also experience instances of being easily distracted, talkative, and a decreased need for sleep.
These individuals also experience periods of depression, such as feeling sad and empty. Some people may have insomnia, while others may sleep all of the time. There’s often a loss of energy or interest, slowed behavior, or marked loss of interest in a variety of things once loved.
The first step is to schedule a Free Consultation with Lisa Eaton Therapy. Let us talk with you to discuss what could be occurring and why you feel the way you do. You can learn more about this condition and talk to us about the symptoms.
We encourage anyone that is having mood extremes like this or experiencing any mental health disorder that is impacting their quality of life or ability to focus on life to reach out to us. There is no risk in doing so.
After an assessment, we can then create a treatment plan that is best suited for your specific needs. Everyone’s needs are a bit different, and we want to be sure that you have the very best opportunity to work through what’s occurring, so you can live your best life.
Treatment options for bipolar range. This may include medications for some people. At Lisa Eaton Therapy, we often focus on talk therapy, strategy-building, and mindset coaching, giving you the tools and resources needed to help you to work through symptoms. We use a variety of therapy options designed to help you specifically.
Do not put off getting the help you need if you have this or any other mental health disorder. Looking for a solution is already the first step. We invite you to continue your journey to improving your quality of life by reaching out to us through our contact form or phone line to speak with our Intake Coordinator about how we can help you effectively treat your Bipolar Disorder.