Adjustment issues and the symptoms that come with it may be more common than people think, according to Marriage and Family Services. Adjustment disorders can wreak havoc on one's life, making it difficult to manage daily activities successfully. Fortunately, treatment options are available for those struggling with this condition.
When coping with a significant life change, it can be challenging to handle the emotional and physical upheaval that comes with it. Mental symptoms, such as anxiousness, rebellion, or depression, and physical symptoms, such as insomnia, can all be warning signs of a potential adjustment disorder.
Anxiety, depression, and feelings of hopelessness are often associated with adjustment disorders; It's essential to recognize and seek treatment for these issues before they become more challenging to manage.
New treatment options available to treat adjustment disorders can be beneficial to those struggling to handle life's stressors. With therapy and counseling, clients can learn to manage their emotions and reactions more effectively, leading to better relationships and a more manageable daily life.
Marriage and Family Services can help clients develop coping mechanisms. This can involve improving communication skills or simply prioritizing and balancing their lives. All these tools can help clients achieve a better and healthier life.
If someone struggles to cope with a significant life change, seeking help is essential. Professional counseling and treatment can provide the support needed to manage symptoms and regain control of your life. Don't suffer in silence.
While the full extent of COVID-19’s global impact is unknown, taking precautionary measures to protect yourself is a good idea. We understand that people still need/want help during this time and have taken measures to help. We have transitioned to adding telemedicine as one of our therapeutic outlets.