In-Person & Telepsychiatry Services in Jacksonville, FL
With over 20 years of experience as a psychiatrist, Dr Galliano-Pardo remains committed to personally evaluating and closely monitoring your treatment from beginning to end. In a world of constant change, she is dedicated to using the best technologies and the latest approaches to provide the most comprehensive care for you, with the ultimate goal of sustainable recovery and success. Using a collaborative approach, she will work with your providers to find the best options that will complement your current treatment.
We are a local company looking to serve in the community we are a part of. Our goal is to help individuals identify and understand the challenges of their mental health vulnerabilities and the external factors that affect them, in order to help manage and recover from their conditions. We believe in a collaborative effort with other providers and community resources to accomplish the goal of bettering your mental health!
At Beaches Behavioral, we are happy to announce that we have transitioned to a telepsychiatry office and are now offering telehealth appointments for our patients.
Telehealth and telemedicine improve access to health care by breaking barriers caused by distance, access to transportation, time between visits, and availability of providers. This helps patients get the care they need more easily. With telehealth, you are limited only by your internet service.
When clinically necessary, our office has in-person appointments available.
At Beaches TMS and Brain Health, we offer Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for different indications. This technology could be an option for you if other treatments have failed.
Through a strong patient-physician alliance, we can help you achieve your treatment goals and improve your functioning. Today’s modern world places difficult to balance demands on our time: our jobs and careers, family, children, education. This is why we offer telemedicine at Beaches Behavioral. You can fit your care into your busy schedule, and within the comfort of your own home.
There is no health without mental health.
Although used interchangeably, these two terms do not mean the same thing. When talking about mental health, we talk about our mental well-being. Mental illness is an illness that can affect the way people think, feel, behave, or socialize. Mental health is often episodic and we understand that everyone can experience highs and lows. It is not always about feeling happy 100% of the time, it is about living and coping well despite problems.