Needing medication for ADHD, anxiety, or clinical depression does not mean you’re “crazy.”
If you feel like you need help, it may be due in part to a chemical imbalance that’s treatable with medication.
But so much of the time, people just like you continue to suffer in silence.
It could be because:
We at Upper Valley Behavioral Health want to assure you – you do not need to go through life feeling this way.
We offer fast, easy online mental health assessments for ADHD, anxiety, and depression, along with FDA-approved prescription therapy for these conditions.
If you’re age 20-64, this is your opportunity to take immediate action to get relief from the mental health issues that have been prohibiting you from living your best life.
Many of our patients have good physical health and aren’t sure if they need a mental health evaluation. But if you’re concerned or have a nagging feeling that something is wrong, we encourage you to get checked out.
Mental health is just as important as physical health.
Your state of mind affects how you think, feel, and behave. By treating your condition, you’ll not only feel better. You’ll be better able to focus, function, handle stress, enjoy healthy relationships, and make better decisions.
When you work with us, you’ll have the advantage of building a respectful partnership with a caring provider who will:
This isn’t cookie-cutter mental health care. We’re licensed to prescribe a wide range of medications, meaning we’re able to offer you more options than other mental health clinics. So, together, we’ll find the right medication to relieve your symptoms.
Our warm, caring professionals offer exceptional, personalized service backed by specialized training and years of experience in mental health.
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is a chronic condition. It begins in childhood but persists into adulthood in about 50% of cases. However, many adults that have ADHD have gone through life undiagnosed.
The effects of ADHD can cause issues in many areas of your life. If left untreated, ADHD can create physical and mental difficulties that cause real problems in your relationships and work life.
Getting evaluated by our board-certified mental health experts is a simple but essential first step to finding out if you have ADHD. Taking medicine is a common and effective way to manage this condition. Many people experience relief from their symptoms the very first day they start taking their new prescription. Let us help you get started on the medication that’s right for you.
Anxiety is a normal reaction to the stress we all experience due to tension in our lives. But sometimes, symptoms of intense worry persist well past the end of a stressful event. You may realize you’re feeling more and more anxious over things that don’t seem to bother others.
Whether triggered by a single event or the build-up of many small stressors over time, the effect anxiety has on you is exhausting. Worrying may take over your thoughts and sap your energy to the point where it starts interfering with your daily routines and responsibilities. Plus, the physical symptoms of sweating, shaking, and a pounding heart rate (that often accompanies anxious thoughts) take a severe toll on your health.
Your anxiety symptoms don’t have to be debilitating for you to receive treatment with a prescription. We’re dedicated to helping you find an effective medical solution that provides the relief you deserve so that you can make the most out of life – without anxiety holding you back.
Clinical depression is a common mental health condition where intense feelings like sadness, hopelessness, emptiness, and worthlessness last for more than a few weeks. It results from a combination of biological, mental, and social factors.
Like anxiety, depression drains your energy and can leave you feeling like you can’t get out of bed. Feelings of weariness, combined with a lack of interest in doing anything, affects every part of your life.
If you’re struggling with depression, you may also experience physical symptoms that make you feel ill or increase your pain sensitivity. The good news is, FDA-approved medications are a safe, effective way to manage your depression symptoms. Depression is treatable, and most people feel relief a few weeks after starting their medicine.
We only accept patients with insurance; we do not accept self-pay patients.