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Psychiatry & Mental Health Resources in Southeast Iowa

At Southeast Iowa Regional Medical Center, we want to remind you of the importance of caring not only for your physical health, but your mental wellbeing, too. Mental health be neglected, especially during times of sadness and anxiety. While it’s important to have a strong support network like your friends and family to cope with the difficulties of daily life, sometimes these issues could be handled better by an unbiased party, such as a mental health professional. These experts can not only provide the support you need but offer guidance or medication so you can feel better.

Psychotherapy is useful to help patients deal with stress, including their job concerns, relationships issues, parenting struggles, life transitions, and many other conflicts. Many individuals seek therapy to address coping with loss, unresolved trauma, emotional instability, eating disorders, or substance abuse disorders.

Southeast Iowa Regional Medical Center provides evaluations, counseling, therapy, psychiatry, and psychological testing for patients with mental illness, and significant emotional disorders. Our staff works with patients and their families to help them optimize the management of addictions and illnesses. Everyone who receives our services will be treated with respect and dignity and will be a partner in achieving recovery.

Our Mental Health Services

Southeast Iowa Regional Medical Center provides treatment for adults with mental health conditions. Our staff works with patients and their families to help them optimize the management of addictions and illnesses. Some of services we offer include medication management, diagnostic evaluations, and addiction medical management and counseling. We treat many psychiatric conditions, from clinical depression to anxiety and personality disorders.

We are committed to services that:

  • Demonstrate the value of family inclusion and the benefits of a strong support system
  • Focus on a person's strengths in his or her culture
  • Foster independence and recovery
  • Honor a person’s rights, wishes, and needs
  • Promote a person's quality of life

Do I Need Mental Health Services?

It may be a good time to seek counseling if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms:

  • Significant mood instability
  • Feelings of sadness lasting more than 2 weeks
  • Anxiety that is interfering with your daily living
  • Suicidal thoughts or ideation
  • Substance use as a way to cope with unpleasant thoughts
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Relationship conflicts
  • Attention problems
  • Unmanageable anger

For more information about scheduling an appointment, please call our clinics. Fort Madison Campus: 319-376-1130 West Burlington Campus: 319-768-3700

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