Center for Behavioral Medicine in Port Orange to open this week

Will serve New Smyrna Beach and Volusia County as well

Center for Behavioral Medicine in Port Orange, Fla., to open April 1 / Headline SurferSalvador Leo Cevallos, MD / Headline Surfer®Shane Porter, licensed health therapist / Headline Surfer®Photos for Headline Surfer® /
Salvador Leo Cevallos MD (shown in blazer), Shane Porter, LMHC ( shown in green shirt) and Anthony Capozzi MD (not shown), head up the Center for Behavioral Medicine, 1730 Dunlawton Ave., Suite 3, Port Orange.
 

PORT ORANGE -- While many Doctors are closing their doors in fear of the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, residents of the cities of Port Orange and New Smyrna Beach in Volusia County are excited about a group of prominent community physicians who are taking a bold step forward in opening the Center for Behavioral Medicine as early as Tuesday.

It's a newly formed partnership with three of Volusia County's most highly sought after behavioral health practitioners: Anthony Capozzi MD, Salvador Leo Cevallos MD and Shane Porter, LMHC.

Capozzi, Cevallos and Porter saw the need for a center for behavioral medicine where the patients would be treated with innovative care by local leading experts in the field of psychiatry and counseling.

Capozzi, Cevallos and Porter saw the need for a center for behavioral medicine where the patients would be treated with innovative care by local leading experts in the field of psychiatry and counseling.

The Center for Behavioral Medicine will specialize in treating childhood and adult ADHD, depression, anxiety disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, bipolar disorder, autism spectrum disorders, post traumatic stress disorder, behavioral problems associated with traumatic brain injury (TBI), addictions, anger and insomnia.

The Center of Behavioral Medicine will be the area's only "cog med provider." It is located at 1730 Dunlawton Ave., Suite 3, Port Orange, FL 32127. The phone number is 386-957-3905. 

FAST FACTS: The partners

Salvador Leo Ceballos, MD / Headline Surfer®Salvador Leo Cevallos MD -- Currently practicing in Port Orange; a psychiatrist who holds board certifications in child, adolescent and adult psychiatry. He also is a diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
 
Anthony Capozzi MD -- Currently practicing in New Smyrna Beach; a board-certified psychiatrist treating behavioral health in adults and adolescents. He has achieved master psychopharmacologist status with the Neuroscience Education Institute.
 
Shane Porter, counselor, Counseling Center of New Smyrna Beach / Headline Surfer®Shane Porter LMHC -- CEO of CCNSB, also known as the Counseling Center of New Smyrna Beach; has a wonderful reputation as a therapist in the community and is one of the most sought-after therapists and life coaches in New Smyrna Beach, Port Orange and Volusia County and Volusia County as a whole.

Editor's Note:

Shane Porter, wellness blogger 'Get Psyched' / Headline Surfer®In  the interest of transparency, Shane Porter writes an ongoing community blog for Headline Surfer® called "Get Pysched." His Counseling Center of New Smyrna Beach is a longtime advertiser with the award-winning 24/7 internet newspaper.
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