Compassionate care for your mental health
Ascension Seton Behavioral Health is a resource for you and your family. If you’re looking for a specialist or just need more information, we can help. We provide mental health assessments at no charge to you. And, we offer outpatient and partial hospitalization programs for adults 18 and older.
Finding the right care for your mental health is important. We offer behavioral health navigators to help you find a therapist, psychiatrist, support group or other resources. To talk with a behavioral health navigator, call 512-324-2039.
If you or a loved one is experiencing depression, anxiety, mood swings, difficulty with sobriety, or other emotional difficulties that are getting in the way of living a meaningful life, mental health specialists can help. Our groups meet throughout the day and evening to provide scheduling flexibility for those who want to stay involved in school, work, or other activities while seeking treatment. We offer convenient locations throughout the Austin area.
Mental health care for students at University of Texas
For University of Texas students, we work with the Counseling and Mental Health Center to provide outpatient mental health care.
Mental health care for children at Dell Children’s
If you are looking for mental health care for your child. Dell Children’s Behavioral and Mental Health delivers mental health services for children and teens. To schedule an appointment, call 512-324-0029.
Online mental health care
Get the care you need, when and where you need it through online (telehealth) visits. Ascension Seton Behavioral Health offers intensive outpatient programs through online visits. To speak with a behavioral health navigator or schedule an assessment at no cost to you, call 512-324-2039.
Outpatient Programs for Adults
All of our intensive outpatient programs are being offered virtually at this time. Our Virtual Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOPs), for adults ages 18 and older, provide confidential access to behavioral health care from the convenience of your smartphone, tablet, or computer. Teletherapy is convenient, confidential and easy to use. Our programs include care for:
- Behaviors and stress affecting your physical health
- Couple and family conflicts
- Dementia and depression in the elderly
- Emotional health (anger management)
- Grief and loss
- Mental health diseases (anxiety and depression, bipolar, schizophrenia and more)
- Problems adjusting to changes in your life (school, divorce, unemployment, retirement or disability)
- Post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD)
- Self-image and gender-identity
- Substance abuse and addictions (alcohol, drugs, tobacco)
- Women’s health (perinatal mood and anxiety disorder)
If this is an emergency, please call 911 or go to the closest emergency department.