LoginClinics is proud to partner with Mental Health Organizations to address your needs.
Mental health is a combination of your emotional, psychological, and social wellness. The state of your mental health affects everything, from how to think, act, and feel, to how you relate to others, handle stress, and make personal choices. If left untreated, mental illnesses like continuous stress and depression can also increase your risk of many physical health problems.
By partnering with Beautiful Mind Behavioral Health Services and Successful Transitions, LoginClinics can help you navigate the mental health issues that you struggle with.
No one thing causes mental illness. It’s usually a combination of things that increase your risk of mental illness. Although mental health issues are common, they are also treatable and many patients experience a full recovery. Some factors that may play a role in your mental health include:
LoginClinics partners with Beautiful Mind Behavioral Health and Successful Transitions to address your mental health with professional treatment. These partners use cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to help patients understand the thoughts and feelings that are driving their behaviors.
At Beautiful Mind Behavioral Health Services, patients receive treatment for behavioral health and psychiatric needs with an evidence-based, holistic, and spiritual approach. With offices in Greensboro and Burlington, North Carolina, children and adults of all genders and ages can seek out convenient and effective treatment in office, or online.
Beautiful Mind Behavioral Health Services treats conditions such as attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), bipolar disorders, schizophrenia, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and the effects of grief and loss.
The team uses a variety of effective methods to address mental health, including neuro-diagnostic testing, psychotropic biotechnology testing, cranial electrotherapy stimulators, and eTNS systems. Other types of therapy they utilize include psychotherapy, ketamine, and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). They also employ telemedicine for established patients who require care but cannot be present in the office.