Mental Health Disorders

Mental health disorders are a cornerstone of what we treat at Essential Behavioral Health, with comprehensive programs for anxiety, depression, borderline personality disorder, and other disorders. For clients who also struggle with addiction or trauma, we offer certified treatment programs for co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders.

Below are only a few of the disorders we treat at Essential Behavioral Health. Call us for a personalized assessment and treatment recommendation.


Affecting about 18% of the population, anxiety disorders are the most common mental health issue in America. Many who are diagnosed also struggle with depression, substance use, or other mental health disorders. Although many people recover with treatment, fewer than half of people who struggle with anxiety seek help.


Depression affects more than 17 million people nationwide, yet it often goes undiagnosed. We approach depressive disorders from both a medical and a behavioral standpoint, giving you the support you need to reclaim your mental health. We also treat co-occurring disorders, such as substance use or trauma disorders, that can worsen the impact of depressive disorders.

Borderline Personality Disorder

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) affects more than 4 million people in America, but those who experience it often feel alone. Although BPD may not affect your ability to hold a job or attend school, it can impact the quality of your relationships and emotional well-being. A BPD diagnosis may also increase your risk of substance use. At Essential Behavioral Health, we offer discrete, personalized care to help you thrive with BPD.

Other Disorders

From social anxiety to specific phobias, mental health disorders cover a broad spectrum. This is one reason personalized care is so important. Just as disorders rarely fit neatly into a single box, neither should your treatment. We focus on treating the whole mental health of our clients, which means treating disorders as diverse as the clients themselves.