You could establish common ground when sifting through related notes or subjects in the field of psychology. Psychiatry stretches it a bit in terms of being a lot more advanced in the field of research and development on how the human mind works and how it particularly reacts to crisis events. And neuroscience, well, perceptively and at a glance, that may well be beyond every layman and women, if not, an entirely foreign field altogether.
But gather your thoughts and sit a little closer because it really is nothing of the kind. Reading through clinical papers or journals, or listening to lectures, live or recorded, need not be too much of a challenge. Go and have a look at the online archived documents on clinical research in psychiatry, psychology and neuroscience. Many of the filed papers may indeed be beyond you, but not all of them are.
Visit the online journal’s homepage and utilize the search field on matters that are currently provoking or prompting you. You are currently preoccupied in thought on certain areas of your life or that of others that have the potential to develop into full-blown crises, if it hasn’t already done so. You also have the benefit of a question and answer column, something of a standard bearer for dispensing knowledge and information on the internet.
But in discovering the brief answer you were looking for, you are, of course, encouraged to take the matter further. And this is where you set off on your journey to seek out professional help specific to address and treat the emotional crisis or mental condition highlighted. It may well be that you or someone need not be referred because online professional help could guide and counsel you towards better health and wellness outcomes.