Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders of childhood and approximately one-third of those diagnosed retain their diagnosis into adulthood. Many of our providers at Clarity Clinic specialize in treating ADHD.
Struggling with addiction/substance abuse is something no one should ever have to go through alone. No matter what stage you’re at on your journey to sobriety, our specialists will develop an effective treatment plan to help you reach your goals.
An adjustment disorder arises when a person finds it challenging to cope with a stressful event or change in their life. Clarity Clinic’s psychotherapy services can help those with adjustment disorders learn stress management and coping skills to better deal with these events.
Psychotherapy is very beneficial for children having difficulties with their behavior and how they express their emotions. Our child therapy specialists will help them manage their symptoms for optimal functioning at home and in school.
Psychotherapy, otherwise known as talk therapy, is used to treat a wide range of mental health issues. Therapists at Clarity Clinic Evanston are trained to treat more than 35 types of mental illnesses and behavioral disorders.
Alcoholism can negatively affect all aspects of the lives of those suffering from it as well as their loved ones. Our providers at Clarity Clinic Evanston provide the support needed on the road to sobriety.
Anger management therapy is designed to aid those struggling with outbursts in learning how to express their anger healthily, identify their triggers, and change the way they perceive situations.
Anorexia nervosa is an eating disorder characterized by an intense fear of weight gain that causes an individual to go to extreme measures to control their weight. There are often dangerous and sometimes fatal repercussions of anorexia. Understanding that this eating disorder can be very difficult to overcome, our providers specializing in anorexia treatment will help those struggling to learn to develop healthy eating habits.
Anxiety is defined as worry and fear about what is to come. It is our body’s response to stressful situations. When these feelings become frequent, excessive, and interfere with daily life, treatment can be very helpful. Clarity Clinic Evanston has many providers that specialize in treatment for anxiety and help with symptom management.
Autism affects an estimated 1 in 54 children in the United States. It’s characterized by challenges with social skills, speech, nonverbal communication, and repetitive behaviors. Therapy can help reduce symptoms as well as improve abilities.
Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition involving emotional highs (mania or hypomania) and lows (depression). Our mental health professionals specializing in bipolar disorder can help those affected get their symptoms under control through medication management and psychotherapy.
Borderline Personality Disorder
Borderline Personality Disorder is a type of personality disorder in which someone struggles to form stable relationships, has impulsive behaviors, and suffers from severe mood swings. Treatment helps those with BPD learn skills and techniques to manage their condition.
Bulimia is an eating disorder involving a distorted body image and an intense desire to lose weight. Periods of extreme overeating are followed by purging or fasting. Therapists at Clarity Clinic Evanston understand that this eating disorder is difficult to overcome and they work with clients to form healthier eating habits and achieve a better self-image.
When children struggle to express their emotions healthily, psychotherapy can help them learn how to better express themselves.
Compulsive Eating Disorder
Sometimes known as binge eating disorder (BED), a compulsive eating disorder is defined as the frequent consumption of large quantities of food accompanied by a feeling of not being able to stop. This eating disorder is both physically and mentally harmful. Providers at Clarity Clinic Evanston work with those struggling with compulsive eating to develop healthier eating habits and body image.
While excessive daytime sleepiness is not a disorder, it is often a symptom of a mental health disorder. Our providers are well-equipped to get to the root of what is causing this symptom to ensure better daily functioning.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) are forms of evidence-based psychotherapy. Therapists at Clarity Clinic Evanston are trained in the latest forms of these popular treatment methods.
Dementia is characterized by memory loss, impaired judgment, and the deterioration of other thinking abilities that interfere with everyday life and functioning. Clarity Clinic Evanston offers therapy for both the individuals struggling and their family members to develop coping strategies and maximize functioning in daily life.
Depression is a common mental health disorder that impacts how you feel, act, and think. Those struggling with depression commonly experience persistent feelings of sadness, loss of interest in activities they once enjoyed, disrupted sleep, lower energy levels, and other behavioral and physical symptoms. Our providers work with those suffering from a depressive condition to recover and increase well-being and functioning.
Divorce can take an emotional toll on family members, especially children. Therapists at Clarity Clinic Evanston who specialize in therapy for those dealing with a divorce work with individuals and families to address family members’ needs as they adjust to a new family dynamic.
Domestic violence can occur in many forms: physical abuse, emotional abuse, economic abuse, sexual abuse, and stalking/harassment. Our therapists provide a safe environment for survivors of domestic violence to receive emotional support, learn positive coping skills, and make a healthy life transition.