Many people nationwide are experiencing a decline in their mental health, and rates of anxiety, depression, and substance misuse are rising. At BThere Healthcare, the experienced team offers mental health support and counseling to patients in the state of Maine for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), depression, anxiety, opioid addiction recovery support, and other common behavioral health conditions.
Mental health encompasses both your physical and social, financial, and emotional well-being. If you need more complex psychiatric care for depression, anxiety, or post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), they can also recommend the appropriate treatments. The team at BThere Healthcare is genuinely here to help you improve your quality of life.
Benefits for Mental Health via Telehealth
Compared to in-office counseling, mental health counseling using telemedicine has many advantages. While in-person counseling is a better fit in some instances, you should consider the benefits telemedicine visits offer:
- More flexibility
- Less deviation from your regular routine
- More opportunities for support
- More comfort because you’re in your element
BThere Healthcare is equipped with validated tools to access function rapidly, reliably, and comprehensively across cognitive domains using the BrainCheck Cognitive Health Platform. Through the BrainCheck Cognitive Health Platform, we offer a customized mental health assessment before, during, and after your visit through Braincheck and review by one of our providers
What is ADHD?
ADHD affects both adults and children but is often first diagnosed in school-aged children. Since school is a structured setting, the symptoms of ADHD often first become apparent in the classroom. If your child has ADHD, you might hear initial concerns from their teacher.
BThere Healthcare offers remote ADHD evaluations by specialty-trained providers. You can attend your evaluation with a telemedicine appointment using your phone, computer, or tablet. If the team determines you fit the criteria for having ADHD, they can then create a personalized care plan and provide you with the supportive care you need.
How is ADHD treated?
ADHD treatment is often multifaceted and may or may not involve medications. The team at BThere Healthcare determines your need for medication (currently, we offer non-stimulant medications) during your initial evaluation, lifestyle modifications, and counseling.