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Attachment Styles

Attachment styles show up in our daily lives in how we respond emotionally to people, and dictate our behaviors and interactions with them.


Alzheimer’s disease, the most common cause of dementia, is a degenerative disease of the brain.


Anger is a normal part of life, but there are major differences between healthy and unhealthy anger.

Adjustment Disorders

Adjustment disorders are emotional conditions in which someone experiences an outsized reaction to a change in life or significant stressor.

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Conditions like ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, and oppositional defiant disorder can impact many parts of a person’s mental health. Learn how professionals can help.

Anorexia Nervosa

Our providers can help with disordered eating caused by anorexia nervosa, binge eating disorder, emotional overeating, and more.


Generalized anxiety disorder is a mental health condition characterized by a chronic and sustained worry that is intense enough to interrupt daily life.


When the world feels unsafe, we can help with agoraphobia. Learn healthy coping mechanisms and take control of your thoughts.


Conditions like ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, and oppositional defiant disorder can impact many parts of a person’s mental health. Learn how professionals can help.


Body Dysmorphic Disorder

BDD is a mental condition where a person can’t stop thinking about one or more perceived flaws in their appearance.

Binge Eating Disorder

Binge Eating Disorder affects about 2% of the general population of all races and genders, and is caused by a combination of social, psychological, and emotional factors.

Bipolar Disorder

Almost 6 million Americans suffer from Bipolar Disorder, which might be more stigmatized than any other mental health disorder.

Bulimia Nervosa

Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder, commonly referred to simply as bulimia. It’s generally characterized by binge eating followed by purging.


Childhood Trauma

By the age of 16, more than two-thirds of children report experiencing at least one traumatic event.

Cognitive Disorders

Our specialized providers can help families cope with cognitive disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease, delirium, and dementia.


Disordered Eating

Disordered Eating describes a variety of abnormal eating behaviors such as restrictive eating, fasting, compulsive overeating, excessive exercising, or irregular or rigid eating patterns that can be harmful to you both physically and psychologically.


Depression, bipolar disorders, or seasonal affective disorder can affect a person’s mood in a way that negatively impacts your life. Learning more about these mood disorders can help.


Gender Dysphoria

Gender Dysphoria describes the distress someone feels when their gender identity doesn’t align with their assigned sex at birth.


Imposter Syndrome

Imposter syndrome elicits feelings of self-doubt and personal incompetence that persist in spite of your education or accomplishments.


Low Self-Esteem

How you feel about yourself affects almost every aspect of your life. Learn how to feel confident in your own skin and express yourself freely.

Life Stressors and Transitions

You don’t have to have a mental health diagnosis to benefit from care. Our provider can help with experiences such as grief, low self-esteem, racial trauma, and more.

LGBTQIA+ Community and Mental Health

People in the LGBTQIA+ community can face unique mental health challenges. LifeStance Health does not discriminate against members of the LGBTQIA+ community or their families.


Mood Disorder

A mood disorder is a broad term used to describe mental health conditions that affect your emotional state.


Other Mental Health Conditions

Some conditions do not neatly fall into specific categories as we have outlined them. However, our providers help people with many different types of disorders.

Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD)

This disorder is most often diagnosed in children and teens, but the symptoms can last well into adulthood.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

OCD is a spectrum that is commonly misunderstood. Learn more about obsessions, compulsions, and how providers can treat OCD.


Postpartum Depression

Postpartum depression involves feelings of extreme sadness, indifference, and anxiety that often brings significant changes in energy, sleep, and attitude. It can be treated with medication and counseling, and relief can be found.

Perinatal Depression

Perinatal depression can occur any time during pregnancy and up to one year after delivery.

Perimenopausal Depression

Perimenopausal Depression can be managed with psychotherapy and other non-drug interventions.

Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD)

PMDD is a very severe form of PMS that causes a range of emotional and physical symptoms that can make it difficult to function at home, at work, and in relationships.


Extremely common, with most women of childbearing age experiencing at least one of the physical and/or psychological symptoms.


Approximately 7.7 million adults in the United States live with PTSD, which often causes symptoms such as avoidance, intrusive thoughts, and flashbacks.


A phobia is a fear of something specific that is unlikely to harm the person. An estimated 19 million adults in the country have a phobia that is severe enough to interfere with their work, school, interpersonal relationships, or daily life.

Personality Disorders

These conditions often require specialized care. We can help people cope with conditions such as avoidant, borderline, and obsessive-compulsive personality disorders.

Panic Attacks

In the moment, a panic attack can seem insurmountable. You do not have to live with this fear. We offer many effective treatments that can help you live a happier life.


Substance Use Disorder

Understand Substance Use Disorder: the criteria used to diagnose it, what might cause it, and how to cope with it.

Seasonal Affective Disorder

SAD is considered a type of depression that is characterized by its periodic seasonal pattern.


Any type of stress can lead to physical distress, as well, including weight loss, insomnia, and even heart pain.


Schizophrenia is a mental health disorder characterized by damage to key synapses in the brain that control actions, thoughts and feelings. Around 3.2 million Americans suffer from schizophrenia.

Social Anxiety

Social anxiety disorder affects approximately seven percent of people in the United States. About 13 percent of people will experience it in their lifetime. This makes it the third-leading mental health condition in the country.

Sleep Disorders

Getting the right amount of sleep is fundamental to mental health. Whether you’re sleeping too much or too little, our providers can help.

Separation Anxiety

Separation anxiety disorder is characterized by an intense or prolonged fear of being away from someone. By understanding the symptoms, causes, and treatment options for separation anxiety, you take the first step toward a more peaceful future.


Traumatic Disorders

Experiencing traumatic events can cause mental health conditions such as acute stress disorder, attachment disorders, and PTSD.


Women’s Mental Health

People who were assigned female at birth can experience unique mental health challenges related to menstrual cycles, pregnancy, and postpartum.