The Behavioral Medicine Department at Heritage Medical Associates focuses on the biological, psychological and social aspects of health and wellness for patients from four years old to older adulthood. The department includes psychiatrists, licensed clinical social workers, therapists and psychologists who are trained in areas of mental health such as: depression, anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorders, attention deficit disorders, sleeping disorders, schizophrenia, addiction, eating disorders, bipolar disorders, personality disorders and dementia.
Our approach to care is holistic in nature and ensures that our patients’ physical and mental needs are addressed in a comprehensive manner. Also, we are well equipped and prioritize working closely with our patients' primary care doctors in implementing the highest quality and efficient healthcare.
Our treatment approaches can include individual, family therapy and/or medication management for children, adolescents and adults. Some of our most requested services include support with managing life changes and adjustment crisis such as grief, divorce, loss, pregnancy, or relationship counseling.
We take most insurance plans. Please call us at (629) 255-3880 for more information.
"Martha Austin-White is the best professional psychotherapist out there. She is top notch in every way."Patient Survey Response, 2012, Behavioral Medicine Patient
"I would recommend Dr. Burt and his staff to any and all of my friends and family. He is simply the best!”Patient Survey Response, 2012, Behavioral Medicine Patient
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