Many people experience physical or emotional symptoms related to mental health challenges at some point in their lives. The Polyclinic Behavioral Health program provides consultation and short-term treatment for adult patients referred by a Polyclinic physician.

Our Services

Treatment includes an initial consultation with one of our behavioral health providers who will design a treatment plan.  This may include short-term therapy with clear goals and outcomes in mind and/or treatment with prescription medication.  Patients needing longer-term treatment will be referred to appropriate providers outside of The Polyclinic.

Care Team

Our Behavioral Health Care team consists of psychiatrists, psychotherapists and advanced nurse practitioners. Patients initially meet with one member of the team who outlines an individualized treatment plan. Other providers on the team are brought in as needed.

Partnering with Your Health Care Team

A key feature of our program is the close partnership between Polyclinic physicians and the behavioral health staff.  This integrated team approach enhances collaboration between providers, which serves to improve a patient’s overall health outcome.

Behavioral Health and Primary Care

Dr. Sean Rogers and Dr. Kelly Gupta share how The Polyclinic's co-location of Behavioral Health and Primary Care gives patients convenient access to behavioral health services, and more coordinated, well-rounded care.

Education

Providing patients with the skills and knowledge they need to make positive changes in their lives is at the core of our program. Learn more about resources or sign up for our Living Well class.

Accessing Behavioral Health

If you feel you could benefit from Behavioral Health Services, please contact your Polyclinic provider. Behavioral Health providers are only able to see patients referred by a Polyclinic physician.

Health Insurance Benefits

Most health insurance plans include benefits for mental health treatment.  Be sure to check with your insurance provider to confirm your benefits especially as there may be a different coverage plan in place for medical versus mental health benefits.