Anxiety Symptoms, Major Depression, Mood Disorders - Denver, Colorado While it’s perfectly normal to feel down or anxious at times, mood disorders such as anxiety or chronic, acute, and major depression can be paralyzing and often cyclical. Thankfully, we offer several treatments for these disorders and work closely with our patients to create the best treatment plan for each individual.

Our holistic approach encompasses body, mind, and spirit, guiding patients towards a life of joy, contentment, and inner peace. Treatment modalities we provide include:

Many of these services complement each other. To learn which treatment modalities might be right for you, please call us at (720)738-8531 to speak with a member of our staff.

More on Anxiety and Anxiety Symptoms

Some common anxiety symptoms include excessive worry, panic attacks, obsessive, ruminating thoughts, a racing mind, irritability, heart palpitations, an increase in heart rate and blood pressure, sweating, stomach upset and nausea, tension headaches, muscle tightness and stiffness, and feelings of impending doom. Additionally, many people suffering from anxiety symptoms will experience insomnia and irrational fear.

More on Major Depression

Major depression is often characterized by a constant feeling of hopelessness, sadness, and loss of joy and interest in things. Affecting more than 15 million Americans, major depression can cause great pain for the individual suffering as well as affect the people around them. Some people complain of feeling numb, or not feeling anything. At its worst, depression can lead to suicidality.

For those who have experienced any type of trauma, loss, or major life-changing event, talking to a therapist sooner rather than later may help prevent symptoms from worsening and help long term healing.

For severe refractory depression, Intravenous Amino Acid Therapy, as well as Intravenous Ketamine, are available. Our IV Ketamine therapy has been effective in over 80% of cases, including severe, treatment-resistant depression.

More on Mood Disorders

Additionally, we treat other mood disorders and symptoms including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Bipolar Mood Disorder, Addiction, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, seasonal depression, impulsivity, and psychosis, among others.

We also treat personality disorders, such as Borderline Personality Disorder and Dependent Personality Disorder.

Take The Next Step And Call Today

We realize all the different treatment options for depression, anxiety, and other mood disorders can be a bit daunting. If you’d like help figuring out which options might be best for you, feel free to call us at (720)738-8531. We can tell you more about the center and give you a more specific idea of how we can address your individual needs.