The experts at Mindful Behavioral Health PLLC in Boca Raton, Florida believe that psychotherapy is an essential part of your mental health treatment. They have extensive experience in many types of therapeutic styles, allowing them to customize each person’s therapy with an approach that fits the patient’s mental health needs and personal style; our main focus is cognitive-behavioral therapy-based treatment. To schedule an appointment, call the office or contact us online today.
Psychotherapy refers to many types of talk therapy designed to help you learn about your emotions, thoughts, and behaviors and how they interfere with living a fulfilling life. Through the process of psychotherapy, you’ll identify why you have certain issues and what steps you can make to change problems and improve your well-being.
People seek psychotherapy for many different reasons. Some need help getting through a major life challenge such as a divorce or the death of a loved one. Others need ongoing therapy for mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression.
Psychotherapy is an integral part of treatment for most mental health disorders. Even when medication is added to your treatment plan, you’re more likely to have better results when you combine medication management and therapy.
The providers at Mindful Behavioral Health offer psychotherapy for a wide range of mental health problems, including:
Michael Leboe, LCSW, specializes in the geriatric population. Older adults can receive therapy that targets the issues they face, such as loss, difficulty transitioning into retirement, social isolation, and sleep and health problems.
Beth Johnson-Gutierrez specializes in treating women. In combination with Dr. Garcia, they run the women’s mental health clinic at Mindful Behavioral Health.
At Mindful Behavioral Health, you have access to therapists who have years of experience in many therapeutic techniques. These are a few examples of therapies frequently used:
Some types of psychotherapy are structured; others are more like an open discussion guided by your therapist to touch on past problems and experiences and explore their connection to your current challenges. You’ll work with your provider to choose the approach that’s best for your therapeutic goals and personality.
Mindful Behavioral Health offers is now offering telehealth.
If you need compassionate psychotherapy, call Mindful Behavioral Health, or contact us online today.