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WATCH: LiveWell behavioral health doctors discuss mental health and how to stay healthy

LiveWell Behavioral Health has offices in Melbourne and Viera

LOOK: In a recent interview with Space Coast Daily, Dr. Mike Ronsisvalle and Dr. Trevor Hislop of LiveWell Behavioral Health discussed mental health issues in the Space Coast community and across the country.

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – At a time when mental health awareness is at an all-time high given the state of things in today’s world, the team at LiveWell Behavioral Health uses their passion to helping people get healthy, stay healthy and live well.

In a recent interview with Space Coast Daily, Dr. Mike Ronsisvalle and Dr. Trevor Hislop of LiveWell Behavioral Health discussed mental health issues in the Brevard community and even nationally.

LiveWell Behavioral Health is based in Brevard County, Florida and has been serving our community since 2005.

Founded by Dr. Ronsisvalle as Florida Counseling Centers in 2005, then renamed LiveWell Behavioral Health in 2021, the LiveWell team has faithfully served families on Florida’s Space Coast and beyond.

At LiveWell Behavioral Health, they believe that healthier individuals lead to happier families and hopeful communities.

LiveWell’s mission is to help individuals regain their health, strengthen their families and impact their communities.

“When individuals, families and communities live well, it fosters a global catalyst for good,” Dr Ronsisvalle said. “Their vision is to inspire a wellness movement that empowers the world to thrive.”

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Frequently Asked Questions

DOES LIVEWELL TAKE INSURANCE?

LiveWell is a paid private practice. For customers who wish to bill their insurance company, we offer a release statement to submit.

WHERE ARE YOU?

LiveWell has two locations in Brevard County.

■ 200 S. Harbor City Blvd., Suite 401

■ 8249 Devereux Drive, Suite 101

DO YOU OFFER IN-PERSON AND TELEHEALTH SERVICES?

Yes. Our coaching service is exclusively provided through an app-based online solution. Our individual and family therapy clinical services as well as our organizational health services are available in person and via telehealth. Our group therapy, intensive programming and TMS services are offered in person.

ARE YOU A CRISIS CENTER?

No. If you are in crisis and need immediate attention, please call 911. LiveWell is an outpatient mental health care provider and offers inpatient follow-up services.

DO YOU PROVIDE FAITH-BASED COUNSEL?

Yes, our clinical team members consider our spiritual needs when providing a holistic approach to therapeutic care. Many of our clinical team members have a strong faith base and are willing to engage in spiritual conversations and provide Bible-based soul care. Our team includes two ordained pastors and others with formal theological training.

DO YOU SEE CHILDREN?

Yes, our clinical team members care for people of all ages and life stages. Our team includes therapists specializing in child psychology, adolescent counseling and play therapy.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE IN EDUCATION AND EXPERTISE BETWEEN MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDERS?

LiveWell has a large team of licensed and clinically trained mental health professionals who treat a wide variety of mental health issues. Our team is well versed in traditional and modern therapeutic modalities. Mental health care providers often have many similarities. Below is a list of their accolades by background and expertise:

Clinical Psychologists (PsyD): Clinical psychologists hold a doctorate and are able to diagnose and treat psychoses and other serious mental illnesses.

Mental Health Counselors (MHCs): Mental health counselors hold master’s degrees and are licensed in a variety of specialties, working with individuals and groups to diagnose and treat everything from mental health disorders to behavioral addictions.

Marriage and Family Therapists (MFT): Marriage and Family Therapists hold master’s degrees and are licensed in a variety of specialties, working with individuals and families in psychotherapy sessions to address everything from individual mental health, marriage and relational conflicts, to family systems.

Social Workers (SW): Social workers hold master’s degrees and are licensed in a variety of specialties, working with individuals and groups in counseling settings to provide therapeutic care and advocate for support from social and community resources.

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