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We treat a wide variety of conditions at Mastor Mental Health. Some of the common psychiatric conditions that we treat for adults through psychopharmacologic methods include:







Attention Deficit Disorder
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) is a neurobehavioral developmental disorder typically characterized by inability to focus, listen, fidgeting and can include hyperactivity (ADHD). The condition can be difficult to diagnose with the symptoms varying between patients. It requires a qualified clinician to make the necessary evaluation and course of treatment.

Adults with attention deficit disorder can face many challenges, but with proper diagnosis, treatment, education, and support, in can be treated and managed. | Back to top |

Anxiety, Panic, Phobia
People experience anxiety, panic and fear from time to time, but when these feelings interrupt one’s ability to function in day-to-day activities, they can become detrimental to a person’s health and well being – not only affecting personal relationships and careers, but they can cause an increased risk for health conditions like heart disease. | Back to top |

Bipolar Disorder
Bipolar disorder typically involves dramatic mood swings from extreme excitability (mania) with very low periods (depression). These alternating moods can be very dramatic and difficult to predict. A person with bipolar disorder may experience one phase or alternate between the phases lasting from days to months. | Back to top |

A person suffering from depression usually exhibits a variety of symptoms from sadness, worthlessness, pessimism, restlessness, excessive sleeping and many more. In severe, cases, it can include some psychotic symptoms, as well. Typically patients benefit from a combination of medication(s) and counseling. | Back to top |

Mood Disorders
Mood disorders can refer to a variety of conditions such as bipolar disorder, depression, seasonal affective disorder (SAD), post-partum depression and others. The common denominator in mood disorders is just that – a dramatic change in mood: feelings, emotions or temper. | Back to top |

Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is characterized by repetitive and obsessive thoughts, actions or even avoidance of particular situations due to unfounded fears. OCD traits can range from washing hands repetitively or having to follow the same order events when leaving the house. The key to defining traits as obsessive-compulsive is whether or not these traits or impulses are “involuntary” and are creating a significant lifestyle disruption or even a severe disability. | Back to top |

Paranoia is a mental disorder characterized by fears or delusions becoming so severe as to create intense feelings of distrust. This constant suspicion can contribute to hostility and aggression. | Back to top |

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a very complex condition. One major key in the diagnosis of (PTSD) is that the symptoms are caused by an outside event or stressor considered to be traumatic. The sufferer is affected on many different physical and emotional levels and symptoms may include flashbacks, insomnia and extreme reactions in certain events. | Back to top |

Schizophrenia is a mental illness that persists throughout a person’s life. This chronic and sometimes disabling condition is the result of neurochemical abnormalities causing significant cognitive dysfunction, hallucinations and possibly delusions. Symptoms vary between patients and may change over time. Many patients can experience some improvement in symptoms with ongoing medical management and psychotherapy. | Back to top |

NeuroStar Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Therapy
Mastor Mental Health is excited to offer the NeuroStar Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Therapy system. TMS is a non-invasive, non-drug medical device cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of Major Depressive Disorder.* NeuroStar TMS Therapy is a 37-minute outpatient procedure that is performed under the supervision of a psychiatrist. It does not require anesthesia or sedation, and patients remain awake and alert during the procedure. The treatment is administered daily for 4-6 weeks. Click here for more information. | Back to top |