St. Croix HealthBehavioral Health

Behavioral Health Services

St. Croix Health Counseling & Mental Health Care

Don’t underestimate the importance of maintaining good mental health. Depression, stress, and anxiety can significantly impact your everyday life. These feelings also interfere with your physical health and can contribute to serious health problems like high blood pressure and heart disease. St. Croix Health’s mental health specialists can help you through periods of emotional and psychological distress. Our compassionate team is specially trained in behavioral therapy and can prescribe medications as needed.

Our team of psychiatrists and psychologists provide treatment for:

  • Relationship and Marriage Problems
  • Family and Parenting Issues
  • Depression and Other Mood Disorders
  • Pregnancy and Postpartum Issues
  • Anxiety
  • Grief and Loss
  • Severe stress
  • Chronic pain
  • Phobia and Panic Disorders
  • Problems Related to Aging
  • Adjustment Disorders
  • Eating Disorders
  • Alcohol and Drug Addiction Problems
  • Problems Related to Health and Medical Concerns
  • Attention Deficit and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Emergency Counseling Resources

If you are considering suicide or having some other kind of mental health emergency, call 911 or contact the National Suicide Hotline at 988.

You can also contact the Northwest Connections Crisis Hotline at 1-888-552-6642 for emergency mental health and substance abuse crisis situations.

Learn more about other mental health services in the area:

Empowered Relief

Train Your Brain Away from Pain

This evidence-based, skills-based class requires only ONE visit.

Please join us for a FREE 2-hour class

Learn about pain and what you can do to help yourself

Gain pain relief skills you can use right away

Receive a free binaural relaxation audio file

Create a personal plan for pain relief

Have a friend or family member attend with you!

See our events for more information on class dates!

I’ve coped, struggled and suffered with fibromyalgia for over 4 decades. When I saw the option for a chronic pain management class at St. Cro, I debated about if it could really help but then what did I have to lose? I learned good information with practical ways to apply it to my life. But then I fritzed around for months not fully following my personal plan. I finally decided to either get serious or give it up. I got serious for 2 months and faithfully changed my daily schedule to follow my plan. It really isn’t hard other than consistent change is always a challenge. My worst flares are with weather changes. After being consistent with my pain management plan, I was amazed in the difference with my flares. I have very little to no pain. I also am automatically noticing poor posture, being tense and other body triggers each day that I wasn’t aware of before. Best of all, there are no additional medications – it’s a simple routine I can follow at home. I am so grateful!

Quote from Patty, Empowered Relief Participant

For more information about our counseling and psychological services, call us at (800) 828-3627.