We Treat a Wide Range of
Mental Health Disorders
Whether you or a loved one are struggling with mental health issues, we are equipped to be able to help find a way out. See below the variety of problem-causing issues we can work on at Eden by Enhance’s inpatient mental health program.
We Accept Most
Major Insurance Plans
Generalized anxiety disorder is more than everyday anxiety like being nervous before giving a presentation. It causes people to become anxious about many things even when there’s nothing to worry about. Those suffering from generalized anxiety disorder feel nervous about getting through the day. Generalized anxiety disorder affects roughly 3% of people across the nation.
Persistent depressive disorder is a chronic form of depression. Also known as dysthymia, which is a form of depression that isn’t too intense but can interfere with daily life. Those who have this condition will encounter symptoms for two years at the least. Roughly 1.5% of adults across the nation experience dysthymia every year.
Bipolar disorder is a chronic mental health disorder that affects roughly 2.6% of people across the nation every year. It causes episodes of energetic, intense highs and extreme, depressive lows. These episodes can affect someone’s energy level and inability to contemplate. Bipolar disorder mood swings are more severe than the little ups and downs that most people experience.
Schizophrenia impairs someone’s perception and reality by interfering with the connection to other people. Schizophrenia is a fair condition that must be treated. Symptoms include delusions, hallucinations, and hearing voices, putting them in a critical situation if left untreated. Roughly 1% of people across the nation have schizophrenia.
Trauma is defined as a psychological and emotional response to an event or an experience that is distressing or disturbing. Traumatic events are shocking, dangerous, scary and disturbing. These types of experiences can be natural, like a hurricane or an earthquake, but they can also be caused by other people, like a car accident, attack, assault or crime.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder causes Repetitive thoughts and obsessions. These thoughts produce the desired carry specific compulsions are behaviors. Those with OCD realize their behaviors and thoughts are unreasonable, but they cannot stop them. Over 2% of people across the nation are diagnosed with OCD at some point in their life.