Fenton G. LeBon, MD, MBA

Dr. LeBon

Dr. Fenton LeBon grew up in a small fishing village in Maine. After earning his undergraduate degree from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, he received his medical degree from the Medical College of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He then moved to Florida to complete his internship and Psychiatric Residency through the University of Florida’s Shands Hospital in Gainesville, Florida.

Following his time in Gainesville, Dr. LeBon relocated to Miami to establish his own private practice and medical concierge service. There, he supervised outpatient treatment for adults, which included individual and group therapy, medicine management, and specialized care for general adult psychiatry, substance use, eating disorders, and mood disorders. He then built Wilderness Programs in Georgia for adolescents with substance use and other behavioral disorders, and later lived in Patagonia founding Wilderness Programs and Wellness Centers for practitioners in Argentina.

Dr. LeBon has extensive experiences in interventional psychiatry, obesity medicine, and pain management. He has treated treatment-resistant depressed, anxious, and other patients through TMS, Ketamine, NAD, and Spravato, as well as worked closely with the Chief of Bariatric Services and Obesity Medicine at the University of Florida treating many patients with obesity and its complications. Dr. LeBon has pioneered the non-opioid treatment approach to pain medicine and pain psychology as a provider in Natchez and consultant throughout the USA on pain and relief of pain.  

As the Florida Center for Psychiatric Services’ Primary Psychiatrist in Delray Beach, Florida, he expertly serves clients by leading group and individual therapy, overseeing outpatient services, medication management, and regularly adjusting recovery plans to fit the needs of his clients in their healing journeys. Dr. LeBon brings to bear 25 years of practice experience, offering a unique treatment focused on traditional psychiatric treatment modalities, including interventional psychiatry as well as an integrative holistic approach incorporating consciousness meditation and yogic science toward the purpose of true, long-lasting mental health and happiness.