Mental Health disorders involve changes in thinking, mood, and/or behavior. These disorders can affect how we relate to others and make choices. Mental Health disorders may take many different forms, with some rooted in deep levels of anxiety, extreme changes in mood, and/or reduced ability to focus or behave appropriately. Others involve unwanted, intrusive thoughts and some may result in auditory and visual hallucinations or false beliefs about basic aspects of reality. Reaching a level that can be formally diagnosed often depends on a reduction in a person’s ability to function as a result of the disorder.