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Behavioral Health

White Lake Family Medicine

Family Practice & Urgent Care located in White Lake, MI

Your mental well-being is just as important as your physical health. When issues like anxiety, depression, insomnia, and more take a toll on your quality of life, behavioral health care can help. You can find support in a judgment-free setting at White Lake Family Medicine. The team specializes in behavioral health for the whole family at their clinic in White Lake, Michigan. Call to book an appointment or use the online scheduling tool today.

Behavioral Health Q & A

Why is mental health important?

While mental health and physical health have long been treated separately, the links between the two are becoming increasingly clear. Many common mental health disorders, like depression and anxiety, not only impact your mental state — they can also have real, significant physical symptoms. 

Experiencing a behavioral or mental health disorder as an adult isn’t easy, and helping your child navigate behavioral issues can seem even more challenging. Behavioral health issues like depression, anxiety, attention-deficit disorder (ADD), and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) can also impact kids, their performance in school, and their quality of life.

When you’re facing behavioral or mental health issues, it impacts every aspect of your life. Behavioral health care seeks to help you achieve the well-being of the mind and soul.

Whether your provider recommends talk therapy, medication, or a combination of treatments, behavioral health care has the power to improve your life.

What behavioral health services are available?

White Lake Family Medicine offers comprehensive behavioral health care for the whole family. The team treats a range of conditions, including:

  • Anxiety
  • Addiction and substance abuse
  • ADD
  • ADHD
  • Bereavement and grief
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Depression, including treatment-resistant depression
  • Insomnia 
  • Mood disorders
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Stress


Some mental health conditions, like depression and anxiety, commonly occur together. People suffering from addiction may also be more likely to experience mental health issues like depression. Along with individual conditions, the team is experienced in addressing co-occurring disorders with a holistic approach to care.

What should I look for in a behavioral health care provider?

Mental health and physical health are interlinked, so it’s important to find a provider that integrates behavioral health with traditional medical care. 

At White Lake Family Medicine, your care team consists of social workers and talk therapists along with physicians, physician assistants, and certified nurse practitioners. Along with seeing patients, the staff is proud to teach academics at leading medical schools, including Michigan State University, Western Michigan University, and Saginaw Valley State University.

Whether it’s you, your child, or another family member receiving behavioral health treatment, your provider works closely with your therapist to ensure you’re receiving the care you need. Behavioral health services at White Lake Family Medicine are confidential and judgment-free, and sessions are held in a state-of-the-art family-oriented setting.

Feeling your best means taking care of both your mental health and your physical health. Learn more about behavioral health services for the whole family with a consultation at White Lake Family Medicine. Call the office or book online.