+ Services offered
Our team of psychiatrists and psychologists provides a broad range of treatments including:
- Medication management
- Individual psychotherapy
- Didactic group interventions
- Interactive interpersonal group psychotherapies
- Family and couples sessions
It is our priority to tailor treatment to meet each patient’s unique needs. We draw flexibly from a range of specialized treatments which complement the Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) model. We provide evidence-based treatment using integrated care. Our clinical research team is nationally recognized for treatment-relevant and diagnostic science.
We actively research the application of, and processes involved in, acceptance and mindfulness-based treatments. We also share our findings on an ongoing basis in national and international settings, including in scientific journals and at conferences.
+ Specialized tracks offered
The Adult Partial Program offers three specialized tracks: the Borderline Emotional Acceptance and Regulation Track; the Trauma and PTSD Track; and the Young Adult Track. Each is designed to work in conjunction with the larger partial hospitalization program (PHP) including individual and group therapy, psychiatry and aftercare planning.
The Borderline Emotional Acceptance and Regulation (BEAR) Track provides specialized treatment for patients who struggle with traits of Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). Although the majority of patients in this track are diagnosed with BPD, the BEAR track is also open to patients who struggle with BPD traits but do not meet full criteria.
The Trauma Track is open to patients with histories of childhood abuse or neglect, sexual assault or abuse, interpersonal or intimate partner violence, natural disaster, community violence, refugee/war zone trauma or other life-threatening or extremely stressful events.
The Young Adult Track is for individuals age 18 to 24 who are struggling with psychiatric illness and the transition to adulthood. Conditions preventing success in this transition may be related to depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, ADHD, psychosis and substance abuse. These conditions can lead to an inability to attend college, retain a job and live independently.