Your Mental Health is Important
Your mental health is a critical part of your overall health. This is why clinicians and therapists trained in mental health are a major part of the support North Canyon provides to the community. How you feel about yourself, others, and the world around you can impact every aspect of your life. At North Canyon Telebehavioral Health, your mental health is our focus. We understand that not all wounds are visible and that everyone has a different story, varying life experiences, and different types of traumas that can contribute to mental health conditions.
Breaking the Stigma of Mental Health
For so long, people have been fearful of seeking help for mental health conditions like depression and anxiety or pursuing services like counseling, psychiatry, or therapy. North Canyon Telebehavioral Health’s trained staff are caring and compassionate — they let each patient know that they are not the only person to feel the way they do.
Research shows that approximately 26% of adults experience mental illness, which means nearly 1 in 4, or 54 million American adults, deal with mental health concerns. The number of people impacted by mental health concerns increases significantly when you add the nearly 14 percent of adolescents who have experienced a major depressive episode.
Mental health issues are common, therapy is a regular need, counseling is necessary, and many people benefit from the expertise of mental health professionals like Psychiatrists and Psychologists.
When Should I Seek Treatment?
Knowing when to seek treatment for behavioral health disorders is critical. Often, families, spouses, or friends are the first to suspect that their loved one is challenged by feelings, behaviors, or environmental conditions that cause them to act disruptive, rebellious, or sad. This may include problems with relationships with friends or family members or challenges with work, school, sleeping, eating, substance abuse, emotional expression, development, coping, attentiveness, and responsiveness.
If you or a loved one is suffering from any of the following signs and symptoms of a behavioral health condition, we can help:
- Feeling of anxiousness
- Feeling very sad or withdrawn
- Lack of motivation for two weeks or more
- Thoughts of harming yourself
- Extreme risk-taking behaviors
- Overwhelming fear or worry
- Refusal to eat
- Significant weight loss, or weight gain
- Major mood swings
- Excessive use of alcohol or drugs
- Post-traumatic Stress
- Extreme lack of concentration
- Major changes in personality or sleeping habits
No matter what you are feeling or facing, you are not alone.
A Place to Understand Your Mental Health
At North Canyon Telebehavioral Health, we provide more than treatment — we approach every patient with a holistic understanding. Mental health impacts physical health, and our team wants every part of you to feel healthy and whole.
North Canyon Medical Center works with University of Utah Health Care to bring Telebehavioral Health Services to our community. Dr. Anne Lin is board certified in child, adolescent, and adult psychiatry. She partners with our local providers to help serve our community. Through innovative technology, Dr. Lin joins our Specialty Clinic remotely through video conferencing to see patients in a private, personal setting.
Telebehavioral Health at North Canyon Medical Center treats a variety of conditions, including, but not limited to:
- Anxiety Disorders
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity disorders
- Mood Disorders
- Obsessive-compulsive disorders
- Panic Disorders
- Post-traumatic Stress