Adjustment Disorder

Adjustment Disorder Life can throw unexpected events that can cause you to experience more than normal stress; often causing significant issues in your life and relationships. Life changes, such as job loss, transitioning from one career to another (such as from soldier to civilian), a big move, illness, or the death of a loved one are only a few of the changes that can lead to significant distress. Most times people adjust fairly well to such changes but if you find yourself feeling overwhelmed it may be time to seek help. Symptoms to look for include: feeling sad or hopeless, frequent crying, excessive worry, difficulty sleeping, changes in appetite, difficulty concentrating or making decisions, withdrawing from friends and family, feeling overwhelmed, and suicidal thoughts. 

Through therapy you can learn techniques and solutions to help manage your symptoms. Most times, for adjustment disorders, therapy is short-term; once you are able to manage your symptoms and you feel confident that your situations are manageable therapy can be discontinued

If you feel you are in an emergency situation, please contact 911. If you are in crisis and need to speak to someone immediately, call the National Suicide prevention Helpline at 1-800-273-8255. You have the option to speak with someone directly or live chat. 

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