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If someone you love has symptoms of a psychological illness or is diagnosed with a psychological illness, it is important to seek help from a trained professional. Psychological illness affects every aspect of life and presents many challenges to individuals and their families. People who struggle with psychological illness conditions need family and community support. At Discher and Associates, we understand and are here to help you on your road to recovery.
Psychological Illness: It's a part of all our lives
Psychological Illness: An Overview
Psychological illnesses are medical conditions that can disrupt a person's thinking, feelings, mood, ability to relate to others and daily functioning. Just as diabetes is a disorder of the pancreas, psychological illnesses are brain-based conditions that often result in a variety of symptoms that can affect daily life.
Psychological illnesses include:
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Psychological Illness: The Facts
1 in 17 people live with a serious psychological illness such as depression or anxiety disorder
1 in 4 adults, approximately 60 million americans, experience a psychological disorder in a given year
1 in 10 children live with a serious psychological or emotional disorder
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Problems rarely just go away by themselves and living with unhappiness may not be your only choice.
If your are worried, angry, depressed, anxious, frustrated, frightened or unhappy with your relationships or life dilemmas, we can help. Services are provided by licensed mental health professionals.
"We are committed to seeking the most effective interventions in promting the mental and emotional well-being of adults, adolescents and families in Renville and the surrounding communities."
Dr. Wendie Discher