Behavioral Health

Behavioral health is the connection between physical, mental, and emotional health. This includes how behaviors like eating habits, drinking, or exercising impact both one’s physical and mental well-being. Behavioral health includes behavioral activation to improve one’s overall health.

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Mental health is included in behavioral health. As a result, people who are experiencing mental health issues may benefit from behavioral health principles. Sometimes, changes in behaviors by the individual, family, or even the community can help people better cope with their mental health.

Nearly one in five adults and one in five children in the United States have a diagnosable mental health condition.

At Eisner Health, we believe that our patients’ emotional and mental health is as important as their physical well-being. Our Behavioral Health department offers a range of counseling services and support for children and adults in all locations by bilingual/bicultural therapists, psychiatrists, and social workers.

For patients who require a higher level of care than we can offer, we partner with several organizations to ensure they receive the care they need.

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Some of the most common signs and reasons people seek the care of a Behavioral Health specialist are: 

If you or someone you know are experiencing some of these symptoms, please talk to your Eisner Health clinician or care coordinator who will refer you to one of our Behavioral Health team members. If you or anyone you know is experiencing thoughts of suicide, mental issues, substance abuse crisis or emotional distress, please dial 988 to receive immediate assistance.