Are You Struggling With Cyclothymia?
Cyclothymia involves persistent changes in moods that aren’t severe enough to be categorized as Bipolar Disorder but can permeate daily life and make work, school, or relationships difficult. People dealing with Cyclothymia may experience rapid changes in mood, emotional instability, and impulse control issues.
Available Treatment Options
Counseling interventions for people with Cyclothymia include psychoeducation, where therapists explain mental health concepts to clients to help them understand their condition. This knowledge facilitates inquiry into the particular areas of life in which the person is most affected. From there, counselors can assist people in working through their emotions related to their specific problems. This work may include developing healthy coping mechanisms, practicing self-care, improving communication skills, and reducing problematic behaviors.