Announcing: New Location in Encinitas, plus our Virtual IOP!
May 10, 2022
The Lightfully Behavioral Health, team prides itself on its commitment to delivering treatment where, when, and how patients need it. It’s why we offer care at physical locations that include residential treatment centers (RTC), partial hospitalization programs (PHP), and intensive […]Read More
We’re Now in Thousand Oaks! Join Our Open House on Thursday, May 5
April 5, 2022
At Lightfully Behavioral Health, expanding the ways we can meet the needs of our patients is core to our mission. That’s why we are excited to announce the opening of our new residential treatment center in Thousand Oaks, which will […]Read More
Virtual-Only Mental Healthcare? Proceed with Caution
March 30, 2022
If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that pretty much everything can be done virtually—from work to workouts, school to social gatherings, museum visits, movie premieres, and even Broadway shows. One question, though: Is that always a good thing? […]Read More
We’re in Carlsbad! Join Us for Our In-Person Open House
March 3, 2022
The first Lightfully Behavioral Health Center in the San Diego area opens Monday, April 18, in Carlsbad. We’d love to give you a sneak preview of our new location on Friday, April 8, and tell you more about our dynamic […]Read More
Our Company Culture Is Magnetic. Here’s Why.
February 23, 2022
Working at Lightfully Behavioral Health feels different from day one. For example, are you used to working a 40-hour week as a therapist? Not at Lightfully. We pay you for 40, but you work 32. If that seems counterintuitive, that’s […]Read More
You’re Invited! Announcing Our First-Ever Virtual Open House!
January 26, 2022
Event: Virtual Open House When: Friday, February 25, 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. PT The first Lightfully Behavioral Health Center opens on March 1, 2022, in Brentwood, CA. Come see why our approach to mental health treatment is […]Read More
Get Equipped! How Our Training Elevates Our Therapists
January 19, 2022
Oh, how the times haven’t changed. The mental health diagnosis and treatment process has largely worked the same since Freud: Patient visits therapist and voices a concern. Therapist asks questions, arrives at diagnosis, and endeavors to ease the patient’s symptoms. […]Read More
The Future of Mental Health Treatment Starts Now
December 14, 2021
Humans are more depressed and anxious than ever. As I write this, 1 in 5 Americans is living with a mental health disorder. But why? Our brains are genetically programmed to be great at evaluating, threat-detecting, and problem-solving. Throughout millennia, […]Read More