In California, adolescents and adults with mental health conditions wait a staggering 14 to 90 days in order to access the care they need right now. We’re changing everything.

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Mental health struggles are extremely common – in fact, research indicates that 1 in 5 Americans will suffer from a mental health issue within a given year. It is vital that these individuals receive appropriate care as quickly as possible. That’s what motivates us.

In our professional careers, the MindMD team has observed the difficulties that prevent people from accessing therapy and psychiatric services. We help you overcome obstacles like complicated insurance policies, long wait times, and few clinicians accepting new patients. At MindMD, we’re breaking the mold of traditional clinical care. Our same-day mental health treatment in Los Angeles services empower us to help countless Californians to get the treatment they require at the very moment they need it.

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What Are Some of the Symptoms Of Mental Health Issues?

Mental health is a complicated topic. On the surface, it might appear that everything is fine, while on the inside someone might be struggling greatly. Because of this, it’s not always easy to tell if you or a loved one is struggling with mental health. However, there are certain things to consider when it comes to evaluating your overall mental health and well-being. If you feel like you or a loved one are struggling, ask yourself the following questions:

  • Do you find yourself feeling sad or down for long periods of time?
  • Are you having trouble concentrating?
  • Do you find yourself feeling confused?
  • Are you experiencing extreme mood changes?
  • Are you finding yourself not wanting to be around people?
  • Are you finding that you are losing interest in activities you usually enjoy doing?
  • Are you experiencing a lack of energy?
  • Are you having trouble sleeping?
  • Are you constantly worried or anxious?
  • Are you constantly experiencing feelings of guilt?
  • Do you find yourself constantly paranoid or experiencing hallucinations?
  • Has your sex drive decreased significantly?
  • Do you find yourself turning to drugs and alcohol?
  • Are you struggling to cope with everyday events?
  • Are you finding yourself to be constantly angry, hostile, or even violent?
  • Are you having suicidal thoughts or actions?

If you are able to answer yes to one or more of those questions as it pertains to you or someone you know, then chances are you or they are suffering from a mental health condition. If you aren’t sure who to talk to, you can come walk in and see us at MindMD and meet with one of our highly trained and specialized mental health treatment professionals.


What Mental Health Conditions Does MindMD Treat?

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MindMD clinicians are well-versed in a variety of effective, evidence-based therapies. After conducting an initial evaluation, the therapists will work with you to design a treatment plan that meets your unique needs. Each plan is fully customized to address the mental health concern, home life, and background of each patient.

We provide treatment for the following conditions:

Anxiety Disorders

While everyone experiences anxiety from time to time, some people experience it in more intense and even debilitating ways. Some people experience such intense feelings of fear and anxiety that it actually prevents them from being able to go about their daily lives. People who suffer from this type of anxiety might actually have what’s known as an anxiety disorder. In fact, anxiety disorders are one of, if not the most common mental health conditions in the United States today, affecting over 40 million adults.  Types of Anxiety Disorders Panic disorder Social anxiety disorder Generalized anxiety disorder Phobias People who suffer from anxiety disorders tend to experience the following symptoms: Felling tense or jumpy Constantly feeling dread or apprehension Restless Irritability Sweating  Tremors Pounding or racing heart Shortness of breath Headaches Fatigue Insomnia Upset stomach  Anticipating or expecting bad things to happen

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

More commonly known as OCD, obsessive-compulsive disorder is another fairly common mental health condition. Those suffering from OCD tend to have repetitive, unwanted, intrusive thoughts and irrational, excessive urges to do certain actions. Most people know that these thoughts and behaviors are irrational and don’t make sense, yet they can not stop on their own.  What separates people with OCD from those who also tend to obsess over certain things is that for those who suffer from OCD, their obsessions and compulsions tend to last for long periods of time and often prevent them from going about their day in a normal or productive way. Examples of this include: Constantly washing your hands out of fear of germs Repeatedly checking to make sure you locked the door or turned the stove off Counting and recounting the same thing over and over again For someone to be diagnosed with OCD, not only must they have obsessions, compulsions, or both, these obsessions, compulsions, or both must be so extreme that they prevent the person from being able to go about their daily life in a normal way.

Depression and Dysthymia

Much in the same way that people might experience anxiety or have obsessive or compulsive tendencies, people also experience depression during their lives. However, just because a person may find themselves depressed at times, doesn’t mean that they suffer from depression or a depressive disorder. Someone who suffers from depression deals with more than just the occasional feeling of sadness or having a bad day. People who suffer from depression are depressed for long periods of time to the point where it can be debilitating and prevent them from living their lives. When left untreated it can even lead to suicidal thoughts and actions. Those suffering from depression tend to show the following symptoms and behaviors: Loss of interest or pleasure in activities Changes in sleep patterns Fatigue or lack of energy Changes in appetite or weight Trouble concentrating or making decisions Feeling hopeless Psychical aches and pains Suicidal thoughts or actions Feelings of low self-worth

Eating Disorders

Most people tend to be conscious about their weight and what they are eating. They might stay away from certain foods or exercise daily so that they maintain a certain weight or a certain lifestyle. For people that have eating disorders though, those constant concerns or obsessions about what they are eating can lead to serious emotional or physical problems. While most people associate eating disorders with people who might lose too much weight, it actually works both ways. Some gain significant and unhealthy amounts of weight as well as a result of their disorder. Some common types of eating disorders include: Anorexia Bulimia Binge eating disorder

What Kinds of Therapy Does MindMD Offer?

At MindMD we offer a wide variety of treatments and therapies to help those suffering from various mental health conditions including:

  • Psychotherapy
  • Nutritional counseling
  • Holistic treatments
  • Individual, couple, and family therapy

MindMD services, staff, and facilities are designed to be appropriate for both adolescents (over the age of 10) and adults. The Center also provides counseling services for couples and families. MindMD’s clinicians are trained to provide guidance in conflict resolution, communication skills, stress management, emotional regulation, and other key areas that improve group dynamics.

Walk-In to our Beverly Hills location or call (833) 646-3631 for a confidential discussion of your needs.

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What About Medication Management?

Often, we hear from people who would like to try a new medication, adjust their dosage, or taper off their current prescription, but can’t get an appointment with a psychiatrist. MindMD’s psychiatric services are available on a walk-in basis. Our clients no longer struggle to arrange appointments with providers whose books fill up months in advance. At MindMD, you can easily drop in to modify your medication for depression, anxiety, or other concerns.


Revolutionizing Mental Health Treatment in Los Angeles, CA

When you’re struggling with mental illness, the last thing you need is a long wait time. We understand and respect the urgency of your situation. The MindMD team would like to personally invite you to our Beverly Hills office for same-day mental health care. You deserve to find happiness – we’ll help you along the way.