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The Importance of Mental Health Screening

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Apart from our physical health, our mental wellness also matters. Our body and mind work together, and with one impaired, the other gets affected.

And that is why mental health screenings are essential. It bridges the gap and identifies possible mental issues you need to address and treat immediately. It also aids with symptom management for you to remain functional.

Who needs a mental health screening?

You may need it if you have mental or psychiatric disorder symptoms. Your primary healthcare provider may assess if you need to see a primary therapist.

The symptoms may include the following:

  • Changes in personality, eating habits, and sleeping patterns
  • Extreme sadness, worry, guilt, or fear
  • Anger, frustration, irritability, and mood swings
  • Fatigue, lack of energy, and avoidance of social activities
  • Confusion and lack of concentration

After the screening, you will undergo counseling, treatment, and medication management.

A sound mind lets you deal with things, handle stress, work, or study properly. It is also crucial in building relationships and expanding your social network.

So opt for psychiatric rehabilitation in Maryland if you must.

Our outpatient mental health clinic in Baltimore, Maryland, is open from Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call A&E Healthcare Services, Inc. at 410-801-9011 or our clinic at College Park, Maryland at 301-477-7930 for inquiries.

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