The mental health of every patient is the top priority at Fairmount Behavioral Health System. One of the first steps in determining treatment options for a patient is properly identifying signs and symptoms during their initial inpatient admittance. Below are some of the medical conditions and disorders we commonly treat at Fairmount Behavioral Health System.
We offer treatment programs for children, adolescents and adults designed to treat these and other mental health issues. If any of the symptoms below are causing concern for you or a loved one, please contact us at 215-487-4100 or use this online form to schedule an assessment.
Obsessive compulsive disorder can look different for each person, but some obsessions and compulsions are more common than others.
There are a variety of physical and psychological symptoms typically associated with individuals who have been impacted by a traumatic experience.
Personality disorders are characterized by persistent behavioral problems often associated with personal, social and occupational disruption.
Physical Symptoms of Personality Disorder
Bipolar disorder is characterized by mood shifts that can last between four days to two weeks. It involves two distinct groups of symptoms.
Major Depressive Episodes:Sadness, Hopelessness, Emptiness
*During major depressive episodes, it is very important for people who are close to the individual to ask if they are thinking about harming themselves.
Manic Episodes: High Self-Esteem, Decreased Need for Sleep
If a psychiatric disorder or chemical dependency affects you or a loved one, please call 215-487-4100. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to perform no-cost assessments and answer questions on programs and admissions.