What are Mood, Anxiety & Trauma Disorders?
Mood disorders are psychological conditions characterized by an ongoing disturbance in mood, including elevation, depression or mood swings.
Anxiety disorders are a group of clinically significant diagnoses characterized by overwhelming worry, fear or concern, ultimately interfering with one’s quality of life and ability to function effectively at work, school or home.
Forms of mood and anxiety disorders include:
Mood and anxiety disorders are especially common in individuals struggling with eating disorders. In fact, approximately 80 percent of individuals with eating disorders are diagnosed with another psychiatric disorder at some time in their life, most commonly depressive, anxiety and personality disorders. Untreated alongside the eating disorder, co-occurring mood and anxiety issues can challenge recovery in even the most committed and well-intentioned patients.
Get help for mood and anxiety disorders
Mood and anxiety disorders are complex mental illnesses that require professional treatment to stabilize and manage them. In addition to providing eating disorder treatment, Eating Recovery Center also provides treatment for those struggling with mood and anxiety disorders.
The Eating Recovery Center is the nation's only health care system dedicated to the treatment of mood and anxiety disorder at all levels of care. The mood and anxiety disorder treatment center includes inpatient treatment, residential treatment, partial hospitalization treatment and intensive outpatient treatment.
Mood and anxiety expert Lara Effland discusses treatment for anxiety disorders in this helpful video:
With locations in Austin, TX; Chicago, IL; Cincinnati, OH; Houston, TX; Sacramento, CA; San Antonio, TX; Seattle, WA; and The Woodlands, TX, Insight Behavioral Health Centers specializes in Residential, Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient and Outpatient treatment for adolescents and adults dealing with mood and anxiety disorders. Learn more about Insight Behavioral Health Centers on their website.
Please call us at 877-825-8584 to schedule a free, confidential consultation with an ERC Masters-level clinician.