At Peer Mental Wellness, we believe that many of society’s ideas around mental health disorders are outdated. We’ve seen how traditional approaches to mental health treatment have failed those in need and how stigma can keep those in our community from true healing. We take a holistic approach to treating mental health disorders along with cutting-edge, evidence-based therapies.
If you’re ready to find new ways to manage mental health disorders and reconnect with who you are, reach out to Peer Mental Wellness today to learn more about our mental health disorders treatment programs in Los Angeles. And if you’re reaching out for a loved one, we can help you connect them with help. Just connect with our team at 714.844.5473 to learn more.
We’re ready to help turn problems into solutions. Reach out to the Peer Mental Wellness team at 714.844.5473 or connect with us online to learn more about our Santa Ana treatment center.
Mental Health Disorders We Treat
Mental health disorders are illnesses that affect a person’s mood, thoughts, and behavior. There are many different types of mental health disorders, and they can range from mild to severe. At Peer Mental Wellness, we specialize in treating mental health disorders that might be interfering with your daily life, but that aren’t severe enough to require inpatient care. Instead, we offer outpatient treatment programs that meet our participants where they are.
The mental health disorders we treat include:
Anxiety is the most common mental health disorder in the United States. It affects 18 percent of adults each year. Anxiety can cause fear, worry, and unease. People with anxiety may have trouble sleeping or concentrating, and they may also feel out of control or irritable.
Depression is the second most common mental health disorder in the United States. It affects six percent of adults each year. Depression causes sadness, hopelessness, and loss of interest in activities that were once enjoyable. People with depression may also experience changes in appetite or weight, trouble sleeping, and fatigue.
Postpartum depression and seasonal affective disorder are forms of depression that can take root during specific times. New mothers can develop postpartum depression as a result of hormonal during the months following childbirth, while seasonal affective disorder typically forms during the winter months in people living in cold or dark regions.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Our Approach to Mental Illness Treatment
Reach Out to Peer Mental Wellness Today
If you’re facing problems, we offer solutions. Connect with Peer Mental Wellness today to learn more about our outpatient mental health treatment programs in Los Angeles. Through personalized care, a welcoming, supportive environment, and a range of highly effective therapies, we’re here to help you or your loved one heal.