Anxiety is something everyone experiences and helps us know when something is wrong by making us feel a certain way. Even though being anxious can be good or helpful in some situations, you might feel like you’re experiencing it too often or too strongly.
Psychosis is usually misunderstood. At P.S. Psychiatry, we understand that your thoughts, feelings, and experiences can be both intrusive and, at times, helpful. If you feel like you’d like to better understand and gain more control over your thoughts, we’re here to help. Our professional team has helped patients experiencing Psychosis feel better and like they’re back in control. Let us help you quiet any unwanted thoughts and be able to experience life on your terms.
We get it; it’s difficult when people don’t appreciate or take your experiences seriously. We want to help you address your concerns and get back to feeling like the best version of yourself. Whether you’re looking to quiet voices or think more clearly, P.S. Psychiatry can help. Below is a list of common signs and symptoms you might be experiencing. If you’re ready to talk, we’re ready to listen.
Hallucinations: Common experiences can be hearing, seeing, smelling, tasting, or feeling things that aren’t there for others.
Delusions: You experience an unshakeable belief in something implausible, bizarre, or obviously untrue, despite others explaining the unlikely nature of it.
Suspiciousness: You begin to distrust and grow suspicious of others without adequate reason. These may be people you feel (or felt) closest to.
Lack of Empathy: You have a hard time understanding where another person is coming from or how a situation may make them feel.
Manipulative: You seek to create an imbalance of power between you and the other person(s) to get what you want.
Disregard for Consequences: You’re mostly concerned with getting what you want from others, despite how it may impact them.
We understand that Psychosis can be worrisome to you and those you love. You’ve probably already tried things to help yourself feel better, but below are a few things that can help get you back to your best self.
Medication: A prescription from your P.S. Psychiatry provider can help reduce some of the symptoms of Psychosis.
Evaluation: A formal Neuropsychological Evaluation can be an important tool in helping you and your treatment team plan a path forward.
Therapy: Talking with a therapist is a great place for you to learn strategies to process your experiences and learn new coping strategies.
When you’re ready to talk, we’re ready to listen. Fill out the form below to get in touch with P.S. Psychiatry and schedule your appointment.