The Center for a Healthy Mind and Wellbeing is committed to delivering comprehensive and compassionate psychiatric care that you and your family deserve.
Dr. Marcus De Carvalho is a Medical Doctor is board certified and is a diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc. He possesses a wealth of psychiatric knowledge and utilizes a holistic approach to mental health treatment that goes beyond prescribing medications. Dr. De Carvalho is an expert in a number of the most common disorders and diseases. These include but are not limited to Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, Addiction, PTSD and ADHD and substance related disorders, including substance-induced dependence and substance induced mental disorders.
Jacksonville is considered one of the most underserved areas in the United States with regards to psychiatric physicians and because of this shortage Dr. De Carvalho has committed to meet the psychiatric needs of our community by opening two offices.
Our Jacksonville office is conveniently located next to St. Vincent’s South Hospital off State Road 202 at 6817 Southpoint Parkway suite 2402, Jacksonville Fl. 32216, 904-527-8777. Our Orange Park office is located next to Orange Park Medical Center off Wells Road at 1677 Suite A Wells Road, Orange Park Fl. 32073, 904-272-0043.
Dr. De Carvalho will take the time necessary to understand you and take the appropriate steps to give you the quality of life you deserve. Please call us at your earliest convenience to set up a psychiatric evaluation.
Interview on Channel 4 with Dr. DeCarvalho where he discusses the dangers of Synthetic Marijuana.
Dr. Marcus De Carvalho talks about Behavioral Health Programs on First Coast Living Morning Show.
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On this episode of “The Conversation” Host Carmela Jay and Dr. Ali Kasraeian of News Talk WOKV Interviews Dr. Marcus De Carvalho about Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting