Behavioral health care at Ascension Sacred Heart
Your mental health can affect many part of your life — your physical health, relationships,work and school. Specialists at Ascension Sacred Heart Behavioral Health Services, in Pensacola and Gulf BreezeFlorida, are here for you. We start by listening to you, to better understand you. Then, we create a care plan that's right for you. Together, we help you cope with your emotions and identify and reduce stressors in your life. Our therapists work with you to develop a care plan that addresses prevention, treatment and maintenance goals. We're here to listen and understand.
Request an appointment: Call us at 850-746-4961.
In addition to our 3 outpatient offices located in Pensacola and Gulf Breeze, we offer virtual (or telehealth) appointments. Our care team delivers care that's right for you, from the comfort of your own home. Call us to learn more at 850-746-4961.
Behavioral health conditions and services
No matter what struggles you face, we're here to offer hope and a commitment to helping you feel better. Our behavioral health services include treatments for, but not limited to:
- Anxiety and stress management
- Attention deficit disorder (ADD/ADHD)
- Autism spectrum disorder
- Caregiver burnout and stress
- Couple and family dynamics
- Dementia and depression in the elderly
- Depression and other mood disorders
- Eating disorders
- Grief and loss
- Memory problems
- Obsessive compulsive disorder
- Pain management
- Problems adjusting to life events (school, divorce, unemployment, retirement or disability)
- Post-traumatic stress (PTSD)
- Self-image and gender-identity
- Sleep disorders
- Substance abuse and addictions (alcohol, drugs, tobacco)
- Trauma and abuse
- Women's health (perinatal mood and anxiety disorder)
At your first appointment, our care team conducts a mental health assessment that helps us understand your needs. During the assessment, we'll work together to create a treatment plan to address your needs. We strive to deliver care that is personalized and compassionate in a non-judgmental environment.
If you are experiencing a life-threatening emergency, including suicidal thoughts, potential drug overdose or self-harm, go to the nearest ER and call 9-1-1.