A situation that causes significant emotional or psychological stress may lead to a crisis that makes it hard to go about your usual routine. When you’re in a crisis, Joshua Holloway, LCPC, and the team at Open Door Wellness Center in Great Falls, Montana, are ready to help. They can identify the source of your stress and create a plan that improves your physical and emotional well-being. Call the office nearest you or use the online booking feature to get help today.
A crisis is any situation that causes extreme emotional or psychological distress that affects normal function. A mental health crisis is when the stress of life is so overwhelming it affects your physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional well-being.
When going through a crisis, you may feel like you have no control over how you feel. You may feel anxious, worried, or depressed. These feelings are so strong that they take over your life, making it hard for you to go to work or school or take care of your basic needs.
It’s important to seek help during a crisis to prevent your feelings from escalating. Open Door Wellness Center provides compassionate behavioral therapy, psychotherapy, and spiritual care offering you the support you need.
Any event or life change that causes stress may lead to a crisis. Common triggers include:
Anyone can experience a mental health crisis. However, having a history of a mental illness like depression or anxiety may increase your risk of a crisis.
A crisis of any kind can have a significant effect on your physical and emotional well-being. You should seek help at Open Door Wellness Center if you’re having a hard time coping with life and it’s affecting your ability to care for yourself or your personal and professional relationships.
The team at Open Door Wellness Center conducts a thorough evaluation to determine the source of your stress and identify any underlying mental health conditions.
Your provider at Open Door Wellness Center customizes your crisis treatment plan based on your symptoms and health history. Your treatment plan may include psychotherapy that focuses on helping you understand the source of your stress and developing coping mechanisms that improve how you think and feel.
Call Open Door Wellness Center to request an appointment today.