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Academic struggles can lead to career uncertainty and stress. Seeking academic support, exploring alternative career paths, and developing new skills can help navigate this challenging period.
Persistent anxiety can make it feel like your anxious thoughts are intrusive or inescapable and may interfere with your ability to accomplish tasks, enjoy social situations, and relax. Some physical symptoms include increased heart rate, sweating, upset stomach, muscle tension, and shortness of breath.
Chronic stress is a prolonged state of stress that can lead to physical and mental health conditions such as adrenal fatigue, insomnia, anxiety, and depression. Effective stress management techniques, such as exercise, mindfulness, and therapy, can help alleviate symptoms and improve overall well-being.
Difficulty thinking can look like difficulty with executive function, including sustaining attention, memory, planning, organization, and task initiation. Getting help can involve cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness techniques, and medication. A licensed mental health professional can help identify and address cognitive challenges.
Eating disorders are complex mental health conditions that involve abnormal eating habits and severe distress about body weight or shape. Common types include anorexia, bulimia, and binge-eating disorder. Treatment often involves a combination of therapy, medical support, and nutritional counseling.
Grief & Loss
Grief and loss can trigger feelings of denial, anger, sadness, and disenfranchisement. These emotions are a natural response to the process of grieving and can be challenging to navigate.
Common mood and energy concerns include apathy, a lack of motivation or interest, dysthymia, a persistent low mood, and depression, a mood disorder characterized by persistent feelings of sadness and hopelessness. These conditions can impact daily functioning and quality of life and require professional support and treatment.
Common relationship concerns include issues with communication, feelings of insecurity, discontentment with the relationship, resentment towards a partner, and a lack of intimacy and connection between partners. Addressing these concerns can help improve the quality of a relationship.
Trauma is a psychological and physical response to a distressing event that can result in intrusive memories, avoidance, negative changes in mood and thinking, and changes in physical and emotional reactions. Trauma can be acute, chronic, or complex. These symptoms can have a significant impact on a person’s daily life.
Early Childhood Growth & Development Concerns
Concerns around childhood growth and development can be: frequent tantrums, meltdowns, struggles with frustration, separation anxiety, challenges in forming attachments and relationships, and difficulties with social interactions. These behaviors require understanding and support from caregivers and early intervention is key.