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Immediate appointments are available for both adults and children with the highly trained mental health counselors at iMind. We are conveniently located in at the intersection of Kanner and SE Central Parkway, in the United Way building.

Call (772) 247-3885 for an appointment today.

Stuart Therapy

Our Stuart therapists take you on a journey of self-discovery. Together, you will partner for a better life:

Not sure, but open? I have found that historically clients aren’t 100 percent sure on what they need to work on. They have experienced stress, anxiety, or depression and know that what they have tried isn’t working. So we ask that you come into therapy with an open mind and willingness to work on you. We collaborate together, but we will always empower you to be in the driver’s seat of the paths we take.”

– Justin Baksh, LMHC, BC-TMH, Chief Clinical Officer, iMind Mental Health Solutions

How Do I Get Started?

Simply call our office and we will match you with a therapist and schedule your first appointment.

Within about 15 minutes, you will receive an invitation to our patient portal. There, you can fill out your pre-appointment paperwork

Future appointments can be scheduled by phone, in the office or via the patient portal.

Both in-office and online counseling sessions are available at iMind Mental Health Solutions.

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Many people have seen improvement in their lives through
therapy:

“Therapy has given me perspective. It has taken me out of the trap of my emotions, and let me see things from a broader view. Many times, I would get in my own way. Now, because of tools my therapist has given me, this happens far less frequently. Together, we’ve also gotten my anxiety and depression under control, so every day is much more fulfilling. My family and friends have noticed a big difference. It’s like I was covered in dark clouds before, and now the sunshine has broken through.”

– C.A.

Many people have seen improvement in their lives through 
therapy:

“Therapy has given me perspective. It has taken me out of the trap of my emotions, and let me see things from a broader view. Many times, I would get in my own way. Now, because of tools my therapist has given me, this happens far less frequently. Together, we’ve also gotten my anxiety and depression under control, so every day is much more fulfilling. My family and friends have noticed a big difference. It’s like I was covered in dark clouds before, and now the sunshine has broken through.”

– C.A.

It only takes a minute to get started on the road to good mental health. We have immediate availability… contact us now!

Benefits of Therapy

Therapy works over time to improve your mental well-being and functioning. It has been shown to:

  • Reduce disability
  • Improve physical health
  • Lower chance of death
  • Reduce anxiety and depression, better than with medication only
  • Decrease incidence of self-harm and hospitalizations for adolescents

Research has shown that therapy can change the structure of your brain. It strengthens neural communications and connections, leading to a range of benefits including better threat perception and emotional control.

Because therapy confers new skills that can help you deal with life more effectively, its benefits tend to be long-lasting.

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Does Insurance Cover Therapy?

In many cases, it does. We accept Medicare and private health insurance such as Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Aetna, and more.

We will verify your insurance benefits prior to your appointment. We also accept credit cards or HSA payments for any co-pays or deductibles due.

For those without mental health benefits, we offer low cash pay rates and sliding scale fees.

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  • Mental Health America. (n.d.). Science behind therapy. Mental Health America. Retrieved July 29, 2022, from MHA National.

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