There are a variety of different conditions people experience. At DocSnipes we believe it is important understand all of the potential cases of your mood or behavioral symptoms including lifestyle behaviors, thinking patterns, biological/genetic factors and health-related issues such as menopause, low testosterone, chronic pain and autoimmune issues.
Continuing to use to alcohol, drugs, food, gaming/gambling, shopping, pornography, sex and more even once it has started causing problems in your life is a critical feature of addictions. Learn more.
Autism affects approximately 1 in 65 people. It is not something that children grow out of, but with early intervention people with autism can have a high quality of life. Learn more about ways to address the symptoms of autism. It is never too late to start!
Poor sleep, chronic stress, poor nutrition, poor ergonomics and lack of exercise can all cause hormones and brain chemicals to get out of balance causing (or worsening) symptoms of depression, anxiety or chronic pain.
Anger, irritation, resentment, guilt and jealousy are all normal emotions that are part of the fight or flee response. Learn about each, how they can become a problem and what to do about it. Learn more.
Depression is often described as a sense of hopelessness, helplessness, lack of pleasure, motivation and energy. Many different things including stress, loss, lifestyle factors and physical changes can cause depression. Learn more.
Relapse is a return to a prior state of functioning. Relapse prevention will help you learn how to identify warning signs of a problem returning and keep moving forward in your recovery from addiction, behavioral or mood issues. Learn more.
Anxiety, worry and fear are all terms to describe the other part of the fight or flee response. These are normal emotions to help you stay safe. Learn how they can become a problem and what to do about them. Learn more.
Eating and Food Issues
Despite the push toward body positivity, eating and food issues are becoming more prevalent in the US. Learn about the health consequences of unhealthy eating, obesity and anorexia. Explore tools to help you start using food for nourishment instead of self-soothing.
Trauma is a mental, emotional, physical and interpersonal response to something that is deeply distressing. What is traumatic varies from person to person. Learn about the impact of different types of traumas and treatments available to address post traumatic stress.