Mental Health in Brooklyn

Enjoy the confidential, sensitive care of our highly trained behavioral health professionals. Our services include monitoring, treatment and medication management for the full spectrum of mental disorders and challenges, including anxiety, depression, postpartum depression, stress, PTSD, ADD, ADHD and substance abuse. Your family’s emotional well-being is personal, and at LaSante Health Center, we take that to heart.

Our behavioral health team has worked with individuals and families from Brooklyn, East Flatbush, Flatbush, Park Slope and Prospect Lefferts Garden. We have treated people of all ages for all kinds of mental disorders, childhood disorders, marital challenges, bereavement, grief and relationship difficulties.

We work with children and adults who are coping with the effects of living with chronic illnesses or suffering with ADD (attention deficit disorder) and ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder). We work with people who have been through trauma and may be suffering from PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder). Many of our patients look to us for help with conditions that include:

  • Anxiety disorder
  • Depression
  • Postpartum depression
  • Mental disorders
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Marital challenges
  • PTSD, post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Trauma
  • Stress
  • ADD & ADHD
  • Childhood disorders
  • Substance (alcohol & drug) abuse
  • Grief & bereavement
  • Coping with chronic illness

How we help

We use a variety of individual and group therapies, including:
DBT (dialectical behavioral therapy), which is a form of CBT, or cognitive behavioral therapy, that seeks to identify and change negative thought patterns and create positive changes in behavior. We often use this form of therapy to treat people who have suicidal, self-destructive behaviors or borderline personality disorder. These people are high-risk individuals who can be difficult to treat and often have multiple mental disorders. Patients we’ve treated have experienced:

  • Reduced anger
  • Less frequent suicidal behaviors
  • Less severe suicidal behaviors
  • Shorter hospital stays
  • Reduced likelihood of dropping out of treatment
  • Improved social functioning

CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) is designed to help people understand the attitudes, thoughts, beliefs and feelings that influence their behaviors. We use CBT to treat a wide range of mental disorders such as phobias, addictions, depression and anxiety. We teach you more positive, beneficial ways of thinking and behaving.

Dual diagnostics help us identify co-occurring mental disorders. If you have any one of several mental disorders and a substance abuse problem, you will have a dual diagnosis.

The goal of these therapies is to help you or a member of your family cope with or overcome a behavioral problem that is negatively impacting your life and help you reach a happier, healthier place. Don’t live with a problem that can be solved here at LaSante Health Center.

Discover help for mental disorders at LaSante Mental Health Center in Brooklyn NY. Call 718.246.5700 for more information or use our convenient Request an Appointment form.

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