Behavioral Health Services
Offering Adults Assistance for Depression and Anxiety
In response to the growing health care needs of the community, in 2013 Eisenhower Medical Center established Eisenhower Behavioral Health, a hospital-based outpatient behavioral health program
located on the Eisenhower Medical Center campus in Rancho Mirage, California.
The most common reasons people seek help from Eisenhower Behavioral Health are depression and anxiety. Other reasons to seek an appointment would be for relationship problems, grief and loss, stress from medical issues and/or pain, and aggression/self-harming behaviors.
The Behavioral Health clinic uses an interdisciplinary teamwork approach consisting of board-certified psychiatrists as well as licensed clinical social workers, therapists, psychiatric technicians, registered
nurses and other support staff.
The program offers a full spectrum of services, including:
- Psychiatric evaluation
- Psychopharmacology/medication management
- One-on-one psychological counseling for individuals or couples
- Group therapy
- Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) Click here for more information about TMS.
Through an interdisciplinary approach, psychiatrists and staff at Eisenhower Behavioral Health provide individualized treatment to patients to return them to their highest level of normal daily functioning. Counseling services utilize a variety of solution-focused techniques such as cognitive, behavioral and supportive.
Offices are comfortable and allow staff to conduct interviews/assessments in the utmost privacy. Patients have described the therapy rooms as warm and inviting which promotes the opportunity for the healing process to begin. The program treats patients with all types of issues - emotional, social and situational problems such as depression, stress, addictive behaviors, relationship problems, grief and loss, confused thinking, anger, memory issues, aggression/self-harming behaviors and stress from medical issues and/or pain.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call 760-837-8767, or visit us at emc.org/behavioralhealth.
If you are experiencing a psychiatric emergency, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department.