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Comprehensive Behavioral Health Services for Holistic Well-Being

Comprehensive Behavioral Health Services for Holistic Well-Being

Comprehensive behavioral health services go beyond traditional therapy, offering a holistic approach that integrates mental health treatment with stress reduction techniques, nutrition counseling, and even alternative therapies to promote overall well-being. Consult with Dr. Michael S. Slobasky, DO, DABPMR, and his compassionate team to take advantage of comprehensive behavioral health services at Global Neuro & Spine Institute. For more information, contact us or schedule an appointment online. We have convenient locations in Orlando FL, Jensen Beach FL, Malabar Palm Bay FL, Atlantis FL, Fort Pierce FL, Winter Park FL and Plantation, FL.

Comprehensive Behavioral Health Services for Holistic Well-Being Near Me in Orlando FL, Jensen Beach FL, Malabar Palm Bay FL, Atlantis FL, Fort Pierce FL, Winter Park FL and Plantation, FL.
Comprehensive Behavioral Health Services for Holistic Well-Being Near Me in Orlando FL, Jensen Beach FL, Malabar Palm Bay FL, Atlantis FL, Fort Pierce FL, Winter Park FL and Plantation, FL.

Table of Contents:

What are behavioral illnesses?
What types of conditions do behavioral health services address?
Does insurance cover behavioral health services?
What should I expect during my first behavioral health appointment?

What are behavioral illnesses?


Behavioral illnesses encompass a range of mental health disorders and conditions that influence a person’s thoughts, emotions, and behaviors in a manner that disrupts their daily life and overall well-being.

These illnesses can manifest in various ways, including depression, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, eating disorders, and substance use disorders. The symptoms of behavioral illnesses vary but often include significant changes in mood, behavior, and cognition that impair an individual’s ability to function in their personal and professional lives. Early signs of behavioral problems often include drastic changes in personality, anger, irritability, frequent outbursts, and social withdrawal.

Recognizing these symptoms early is important for effective intervention and treatment. Behavioral illnesses can affect anyone, regardless of age, gender, or background, and addressing them promptly can significantly improve the quality of life for those affected.

What types of conditions do behavioral health services address?


Behavioral health services address a broad spectrum of mental health conditions, including but not limited to anxiety disorders, mood disorders, psychotic disorders, personality disorders, and substance use disorders.

Mood disorders, including depression and bipolar disorder, are characterized by persistent feelings of sadness or extreme mood swings that can affect a person’s ability to function. Anxiety disorders, such as generalized anxiety disorder and panic disorder, involve excessive worry and fear that can interfere with daily activities. 

Behavioral health services also cater to individuals dealing with psychotic disorders like schizophrenia, which can cause distorted thinking and perceptions. Personality disorders, such as borderline personality disorder and antisocial personality disorder, impact an individual’s behavior and relationships.

Additionally, substance use disorders, which involve the misuse of alcohol or drugs, are a major focus of behavioral health services. These services aim to provide comprehensive care through counseling, medication management, and support groups to help individuals manage their conditions and improve their overall well-being.

Does insurance cover behavioral health services?


Insurance coverage for behavioral health services varies depending on the specific insurance plan and provider. Many health insurance plans do provide coverage for mental health and substance use disorder services, ensuring that individuals have access to necessary care.

This coverage can include financial coverage for services including counseling, therapy, medication, and more. The extent of coverage and anticipated out-of-pocket costs will vary for individuals according to their insurance provider.

Global Neuro & Spine Institute accepts a wide range of major insurances to facilitate affordable access to behavioral health services. Regardless of coverage availability, seeking care for behavioral health concerns is imperative. In the absence of treatment many of these concerns are capable of worsening leading to the need for more extensive treatments later and deteriorating health outcomes.

What should I expect during my first behavioral health appointment?


During your first behavioral health appointment, you can expect a comprehensive evaluation to understand your current mental and emotional state.

A provider at Global Neuro & Spine Institute will ask about your medical history, symptoms, lifestyle, and any previous treatments you may have had. This initial assessment helps in diagnosing your condition and formulating a personalized treatment plan tailored to everyone’s specific circumstances.

The provider may also discuss your goals for treatment and any concerns you might have. The first appointment is also an opportunity to get to know your healthcare provider and to ask questions about the treatment process. The provider might suggest various therapeutic approaches, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), medication, or a combination of both, depending on your specific needs. It’s important to be open and honest during this session to ensure the most accurate assessment and effective treatment plan.

This initial visit sets the foundation for your ongoing care and helps you take the first step toward managing your behavioral health effectively.

Behavioral health services are available at Global Neuro & Spine Institute. For more information, contact us or schedule an appointment online. We serve patients from Orlando FL, Conway FL, Edgewood FL, Jensen Beach FL, Ocean Breeze FL, Rio FL, Malabar Palm Bay FL, Melbourne FL, Atlantis FL, Palm Springs FL, Boynton Beach FL, Fort Pierce FL, White City FL, St Lucie FL, Plantation FL, Pine Island Ridge FL, Lauderhill FL, Winter Park FL, Bertha FL, Alafaya FL and surrounding areas.

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Orlando, FL

Winter Park, FL

  • 3727 N. Goldenrod Rd #103, Winter Park, FL 32792
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Fort Pierce, FL

Jensen Beach FL

  • 4243 NW Federal Highway Jensen Beach, FL 34957
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Malabar Palm Bay, FL

Atlantis, FL

  • 130 John F Kennedy Dr Ste# 138, Atlantis, FL 33462
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Plantation, FL

 

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