Tiffany Crawshaw, Psy.D. has extensive experience treating anxiety and depression. When experiencing difficult life circumstances some people are more apt to experience anxiety, some tend to become depressed and some experience both. For certain people, an episode of mania may follow. The following is a brief overview of interventions offered by Tiffany Crawshaw, Psy.D.
Stress and Anxiety Management
If the stress and anxiety in your life are affecting your over-all well-being and lifestyle then Dr. Crawshaw can help! An individualized plan will be developed including but not limited to:
- Managing a stressful situation in the moment
- Developing a lifestyle that minimizes stress
- Developing techniques that allow you to take a break and self soothe
- Helping you understand ways relationship management can help.
Dr. Crawshaw can treat various forms of depression including mild to severe cases. Sometimes Depression can sneak up on you and resemble more of a numbing of feelings rather than a sense of sadness. Or maybe for you, a heavy sadness prevents you from getting out of bed or going about your day to the best of your ability. Dr. Crawshaw will assess whether a lifestyle or internal shift is needed to work through your depression but will also work closely with your psychiatrist if medication is a necessary option for treating your depression.
Bipolar Disorder put simply, is when a person experiences the two poles-meaning the depths of depression as well as the heights of Mania. There are levels of severity when it comes to Bipolar Disorder. Psychologists and Psychiatrists recognize this as Bipolar 1 and Bipolar 2. Dr. Crawshaw will work closely with your psychiatrist if you are challenged by Bipolar Disorder.0
For some, Depression is accompanied by a manic episode. A manic episode is a period of high energy. It may be as simple as a burst of energy and an increase in speech. It may be as complex as significant weight loss and hallucinations. If you experience mania, Dr. Crawshaw has years of experience helping people manage this issue individually and is also able to refer you to a psychiatrist for a proper medication evaluation.