If you think you or someone you know might have mental health problems, you should get help from mental health professionals (such as a psychologist or a clinical social worker). Like many other medical conditions, seeking help early will help you find out what’s going on and start to get better.
- How to get help
Often, the best place to start is a local organization that offers mental health care in Minnesota. You can also seek help from your regular doctor. They can refer you to a mental health care professional.
If you have health insurance, check what your plan covers. Some insurance companies can provide a list of places that offer mental health care.
- Talking to a mental health professional
Once you find a potential provider of psychiatric services in Duluth, Minnesota, you should prepare a list of questions to help you decide if they are right for you. Here are some of the questions you can ask:
- What is your approach to working with patients?
- Do you have a specialty or concentration?
- What are the insurance plans you accept?
- How do you usually treat someone with my issue?
If you feel comfortable talking to the counselor, you should make an appointment to start your treatment. At Northern Waters Clinic, we offer psychotherapy and psychiatry in Duluth. You can get in touch with us now to enlist our help.