Help Is Here
For All Seasons started in Easton, MD, in 1986 to offer the Eastern Shore community a safe place to receive high-quality mental health assistance. Over 35 years later, our practice is the largest Behavioral Health Center and the only Rape Crisis Center serving all five counties on the Mid-Shore of Maryland. We offer an expert treatment team, with trauma-certified therapists and psychiatrists available to help individuals, couples, and families through our mental health services. Mental health challenges such as anxiety and depression are common and treatable. Below you will find information about when it is time to seek help from a professional for certain mental health symptoms.
When to Ask For Help With Mental Health
Learning how to ask for help with mental health starts with identifying how it affects you. It’s time to ask for help if you frequently experience these symptoms:
Depression: Depression, one of the most common forms of mental illness, is a feeling of overwhelming sadness or dread present in every aspect of your life. This may affect how you feel about yourself, your relationships, sleeping patterns, and loss of satisfaction from activities you once enjoyed. If this feeling persists for more than two weeks, it’s time to seek help from our mental health professionals.
Anxiety: Like depression, anxiety profoundly influences your ability to participate in everyday life. It affects your thoughts and emotions and even manifests in common physical symptoms, including shortness of breath and rapid heart rate. If anxiety begins to interfere with daily activities such as socializing, sleeping, working, school, or errands, contact our professionals.
Self-Harm or Suicidal Thoughts: Self-harm or suicidal thoughts are very serious and always a sign it’s time to seek mental health assistance. If you have any thoughts of harming yourself or someone else, contact our mental health professionals right away. Our hotlines are available 24 Hours a Day – English: 410-820-5600, Español 410-829-6143, or Text English/Español 410-819-6143.
How to Get Help With Mental Health
Once you’ve decided it’s time to seek treatment, learning how to ask for help with mental health can seem intimidating. When you contact For All Seasons, our caring professionals will talk with you about the challenges you have been facing and set you up with the mental health services you need, including: individual and group therapy, couples and marriage counseling, school-based counseling, grief counseling, urgent care services, rape crisis counseling and support.
If you’re unsure how to ask for help with mental health, we are here to reassure you that help and recovery is possible with support from our expert mental health professionals. Located throughout Maryland’s Eastern Shore with offices in Easton, Cambridge, Chestertown, Denton, Stevensville, and Tilghman, our assistance is available 24/7 and is just a phone call away. Your mental health is important to us. Call us today at 410-822-1018.