Psychological stress can be acute or chronic and is sometimes accompanied by physical symptoms such as headache, fatigue, back pain, jaw pain, stomach upset, reflux, diarrhea, or constipation, rapid heartbeat, and other symptoms. Stress is typically experienced when perceived or real demands exceed the individual’s resources or ability to cope. Chronic stress can lead to serious medical conditions.

Psychotherapy can help patients develop more effective coping strategies to better manage stress.

Depression | Anxiety | Panic Disorder | Social Anxiety Disorder
Postpartum Depression | Bipolar Disorder | Stress | Trauma
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) | Adjustment Disorder
Substance Abuse and Food Addiction | PTSD
Borderline Personality Disorder | Other Personality Disorders

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