Behavioral and Mental Health

Primary Care Plus Behavioral Health Specialists

At St. Vincent’s primary care offices, we offer mental and behavioral health specialists to help you better manage stress and anxiety.

St. Vincent’s mental and behavioral health specialists

Primary Care Behavioral Health Services

Primary care behavioral health addresses the holistic needs of your health. Beyond the physical medicine, we know that being mentally and spiritually prepared helps you heal faster. Our counselors and social workers have a lot of experience helping patient find a balance when other stressors complicate your health and well-being.

In Northeast Florida, call our centralized Primary Care Behavioral Health line to learn more, 904-308-3751. Our team goes to more than a dozen primary care locations and offers one-on-one sessions with a counselor who specializes in your specific health needs.

Through pediatric primary care, we assist children of all ages and their family with:

  • Anxiety and depression
  • Eating disorders
  • Grief and loss
  • Pain
  • Trauma

As part of our women’s health focus, we support mothers by providing perinatal mood and anxiety disorder care (also called post-partum depression). We also help women address ways to better manage eating disorders, sleep difficulties, weight management concerns, and substance abuse issues.

For men and women, we have a full range of mental health services for those experiencing:

  • Anger issues
  • Anxiety (panic attacks)
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Chronic pain
  • Depression
  • Phobias
  • Schizophrenia
  • Trauma and PTSD

Managing Chronic Illnesses and Pain

Our behavioral health expertise extends to those who have a chronic health condition. Managing pain, physical inactivity, sleeping difficulties, and dealing with the general stress and anxiety of your disorder can take its toll on your overall health. Our team works closely with your doctor, care team and caregivers to find ways to promote healing.

Helping with Relationship Difficulties

If your lifestyle changes, talk to one of our counselors about how to lessen the emotional strain on you and your family.

  • Caregiver burnout and stress
  • Family issues
  • Loss and grief
  • Marital difficulties
  • Sexual harassment or abuse

If you want to quit smoking and achieve a healthier lifestyle, talk to your primary care doctor and ask about St. Vincent’s behavioral health services.