Our Services include
- Mental Health Medication Management
- We do not provide therapy or counseling at this time
- Addiction Treatment – Suboxone, Vivitrol, Naltrexone, and Methamphetamine Addiction
- IV Therapy – Dehydration and Migraines
- RSV, MONO, Strep, Flu Testing and Treatment.
- COVID Vaccination, Testing and Treatment.
- Nebulizer Treatments
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health problem that you may develop after experiencing a life-threatening event, natural disaster, car accident, or sexual assault. After these traumatic events, it’s normal to have some upsetting memories, feelings of being on edge, or trouble sleeping. At first, day-to-day activities like going to work or school may be difficult. If these feelings do not subside after a few weeks or months, you may have PTSD.
It’s important to remember that PTSD does not mean weakness. A number of factors can increase your chance of developing PTSD, many of which are not under your control.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is the preferred medical term for the biologically-based neurological condition once known as ADD. The symptoms will fall into one of three quantifying categories:
- Primarily Inattentive – Disorganization, Lack of Focus, Forgetfulness
- Primarily Hyperactive-Impulsive – Hyper, Constantly on the move
- Inattentive ADHD children can appear spacey and apathetic, while adults may present with symptoms that appear more like a mood disorder or anxiety. Those with the hyperactive type of ADHD may appear to bounce off the walls and have lots of energy. But, this description only fits a small percentage of ADHD sufferers.
Anxiety disorder is an umbrella term that can include different conditions, such as:
- Panic Disorder – feelings of terror strike at random and you may feel like you’re having a panic attack. You may feel chest pains and palpitations or a choking sensation.
- Social Anxiety Disorder – also called social phobias, social anxiety disorder is characterized by an overwhelming worry about everyday situations.
- Specific Phobias – feelings of fear and terror surrounding specific objects or situations such as snakes or flying. The fear goes above and beyond what’s situationally appropriate and gets in the way of your life.
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder – you may feel an excessive and unrealistic worry or tension with little to no reason.
Bipolar Disorder, also known as manic depression, is a treatable illness marked by extreme changes in mood, thoughts, energy, and behavior. A person suffering from bipolar disorder can alternate between “poles” – mania (highs) and depressions (lows). These changes can last for hours, days, weeks, or months. Almost 2 million American adults suffer from bipolar disorder, often having been misdiagnosed as depressed as a teenager.
An equal number of men and women develop this illness, with men usually exhibiting manic episodes at the onset and women exhibiting depressive episodes. Bipolar disorder is found amongst all races, ages, ethnic groups, and social classes. Like depression and other mental illnesses, genetics play a factor in developing bipolar disorder. If a family member has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, there is an increased risk for other members of the family.
Autism, or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), is a range of conditions characterized by challenges with social interactions, repetitive behaviors, speech, and nonverbal communication. Autism isn’t just one condition, but many types, caused by different combinations of genetic and environmental factors.
The most obvious signs of ASD appear between ages 2 and 3, but in some cases can be diagnosed as early as 18 months.
While Best Day Psychiatry and Counseling, formerly known as Fayetteville Psychiatric Associates, doesn’t have treatment providers specializing in Autism Spectrum Disorder, we do treat the interconnected conditions. These conditions can include:
- Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Depression is a common and serious medical condition that negatively affects how someone thinks and acts. They may have unexplainable feelings of sadness and a loss of interest in activities once enjoyed. This can also lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems, decreasing the person’s ability to function at work and at home.
Some people are at an increased risk of developing depression, though depression can affect anyone at any time – even people who appear to live an ideal life.
Differences in certain brain chemicals may contribute to the symptoms of depression. These chemical imbalances in the brain are what drug treatments are typically based on. In many cases, there is a reduction in the number of certain neurotransmitters found in depressed people, like serotonin and norepinephrine. Like many mental illnesses, genetics also play a factor. Depression can run in families. Personality and other environmental factors can also increase a person’s likelihood of developing depression. People with low self-esteem and who are easily overwhelmed by stress or are generally pessimistic in nature appear to be at an increased risk of developing depression. Those who are continuously exposed to violence, neglect, abuse, and poverty may also be at an increased risk of developing depression.
Substance Addiction is considered a complex brain disease with far-reaching nuances and consequences that impact many facets of a person’s life. We offer a medication-assisted treatment with Suboxone and a combination of:
- Group and Individual Counseling
- Behavioral Therapies
- Life Skills Training
- Support Groups and 12-Step Programs
- Relapse Prevention
- Educational Programs
- Medication Management
- Treatment for Dual Diagnoses
- Ongoing Recovery Support
Medication Management for Mental Health Conditions
Our goal is to optimize drug therapy and improve the therapeutic outcomes for all our patients.
- Patient Assessments
- Comprehensive Medication Review
- Formulating an Effective Medication Treatment Plan
- Monitoring Efficacy and Safety of Medication Therapy
We try to empower our patients through education to enhance medication adherence for comprehensive patient care.