Adult Partial Hospitalization Program
Adult Partial Hospitalization Program (for ages 18 and up) offers group psychotherapy and education 5 days a week Monday thru Friday, from 9:30am - 3:30pm, with lunch provided daily for its participants.
This full day program is geared towards helping individuals who are struggling with mental health symptoms who have recently been hospitalized, or to help individuals prevent the need for hospitalization.
Morning portion of this daily program will be as follows:
Check In (30 minutes):
During “check in” each client will be provided the opportunity to discuss their mood, current concerns, and any problems they may have experienced since the last session. Clients will also be asked to rate their levels of depression, anxiety, and anger which will help to lead the topics for the day.
Group Psychotherapy (60 minutes):
This group will be a discussion to support members in understanding their feelings. Additionally, while interacting with other participants, clients will have the opportunity to learn new ways to cope with their symptoms and share advice and experiences with others. Each psychotherapy group is facilitated by a Licensed Clinician in order to support each individual in gaining the greatest benefit from the session.
Psycho-educational Group (60 minutes):
This group process is designed to teach new coping skills, educate on symptoms of depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, improve social skills, and identify healthy activities and alternative responses to triggers identified. Psycho-educational topics will also include anger management, communication, healthy relationships, symptom management, conflict resolution, relaxation, CBT techniques, emotional regulation, journaling, safety planning, and more.
Afternoon portion consists of 3 groups:
These groups will cover a multitude of topics such as wellness/mindfulness, creative arts, job skills, and medication management, to name a few.
Clients will also be assigned an individual therapist that they will work with on a weekly basis, in conjunction with group activities.