Mental Health Treatment

Finding a treatment method that aligns with your goals and values is just as important as finding the right therapist that fits with you. Individuals across all age groups, from children and adolescents to adults, can benefit from therapy and enhance their overall quality of life. At Onyx, our Port St. Lucie team is here to support your mental health journey every step of the way.

Individual Therapy

One-on-one session with a licensed therapist.

Group Therapy

A group of individuals who have experienced similar experiences/struggles in a session with a therapist

Psychoeducation Group Treatment

Educational therapy with a group of people who have experienced similar experiences/struggles

Family therapy

Collaborating to create healthier communication and supportive habits

Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT)

A type of psychotherapy focused on recognizing actions aligned with your values

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Therapy designed to help explore how our thoughts shape our behavior

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

A type of behavioral therapy focusde on balancing emotions through mindfulness and acceptance

Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)

Behavioral therapy focused on healing trauma through cognition and support

Mental Health Treatment FAQs

What are the benefits of inpatient mental health treatment?

Choosing an inpatient program to treat mental illness provides numerous benefits including:

  • A controlled and safe environment with 24/7 supervision and monitoring.
  • Removal from an environment that may have been triggering.
  • Access to intensive therapy and medication management, as needed.
  • Structure, routine, and support.
  • Preparation for reintegration into outside life. This may include relapse prevention planning, medication education, and connecting individuals with ongoing outpatient treatment and support groups
How do I know if I need inpatient mental health care?

It is not always obvious that inpatient care is the best option for some struggling with mental illness. Some common signs that this would be the best option include unsuccessful outpatient treatment, an unsafe or unsupportive home environment, lots of external triggers, difficulty managing day-to-day responsibilities, or simply a desire for immersive care.

How can I pay for inpatient mental health treatment?

You may be concerned that a residential mental health treatment program is out of your budget, but there are many different ways to pay for this care. Some options include:

  • Health Insurance (depending on your plan)
  • Payment Plans (Self-pay rates)
  • Private Loans

If you have insurance give us a call to verify your benefits.

How long is an inpatient mental health stay?

There are no set lengths of time for treatment at Onyx Behavioral Health. How long a resident stays depends on how long they are willing to commit to and how they respond to treatment. However, we typically encourage at least 30 days of treatment and for some, they stay may extend beyond 90 days.

Are visitors allowed during residential mental health treatment?

For the safety and privacy of our residents, visitors are not permitted. However, residents can video chat with their loved ones in the presence of a therapist or master level clinician.

Where Care Meets Comfort

Learn more about the dedicated professionals who will guide you on your path to mental wellness. Our team is comprised of dedicated and experienced professionals who are passionate about supporting individuals on their journey to emotional health. This allows us to tailor treatment plans to your unique needs and goals. Learn more about our Onyx Behavioral staff!

Discover Healing with Onyx Behavioral Health

At Onyx Behavioral Health, we work to empower our residents to become productive citizens and stable individuals in their respective environments. We hope to guide and ground you in repairing your mind, body, and soul.
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