Due to COVID-19, for the safety of our patients and providers, starting Mar. 24 all behavioral medicine visits are taking place via telephone session.
You will see instructions for your phone session in your appointment confirmation. Thank you for your understanding.
Behavioral medicine is a broad term that includes relationship issues, behavioral problems, anxiety, stress, memory disorders, depression, and a range of other disorders. It is important to know that even people with good mental health occasionally need help to cope with problems.
At Pacific Medical Centers, experienced professionals provide comprehensive outpatient care to patients. Your provider will work with you to design an individual treatment plan.
Our services include:
- Adult psychiatry
- Couples therapy
- Family therapy
- Individual counseling including child, adolescent and adult
- Medication management
- Psychiatric evaluation
Having Trouble Sleeping?
When you have insomnia, you can’t get reliable, restorative sleep. But there is hope. One treatment option is called Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I). Once you have your insomnia under control, you can participate in daily life more fully and do the things that bring you joy.
CBT-I is a safe, structured approach to treating chronic insomnia, without the use of prescription medications. With CBT-I, you meet regularly with a behavioral health therapist. You work together to understand and overcome the underlying issues that are keeping you awake.
Many studies show that CBT-I can create durable change. We have therapists who are trained in CBT-I. To learn more, please make an appointment with your PacMed primary care provider.
To see a member of our Behavioral Medicine Team, patients must establish care with a PacMed Primary Care Provider.
Find out more about our Behavioral Medicine specialists, including their practice philosophies and special interests: