Depression & Bipolar Disorder Treatment in Glen Waverley
While it is normal to experience mood swings and irritability at times, depression and bipolar disorder are two illnesses largely diagnosed based on whether these mood swings affect your life more negatively.
Seeking Treatment for Depression
Depression is recognised and diagnosed as feelings of sadness lasting longer than usual, which stop you enjoying the things you previously enjoyed, and impacts your quality of life.
Treatment options for depression depend on the needs of the individual but can include therapy sessions, medication and lifestyle changes.
Do you live in Melbourne, Glen Waverly, Clayton, Rowville, Ringwood, Dandenong or nearby suburbs and have been diagnosed with depression? Do you wish to speak or have been referred to speak to a Psychiatrist about treatment options? Don’t hesitate to get in touch and we will get back to you as soon as we can.
Seeking Treatment for Bipolar Disorder
Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition causing extreme mood swings including emotional highs (mania) and lows (depression). When depressed, you may feel sad and disinterested in previously pleasurable activities, while a shift towards mania might leave you feeling euphoric, irritable or energetic.
While bipolar disorder is a lifelong condition, mood swings can be managed through adhering to a treatment plan. Treatment options for bipolar disorder include medication and psychological counseling.
Have you been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, or suspect you might suffer from bipolar disorder? If you live in Melbourne, Glen Waverly, Clayton, Rowville, Ringwood, Dandenong or nearby suburbs and wish to enquire about treatment options, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
Requirements for making appointments
To book a consultation with Mindoc you must be an adult and need a current (within the last 12 months) referral from your general practitioner. Consultations are by appointment only.
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