A state of the art Partial Hospitalization Program offers daily psychotherapy and group-based treatment as well as ongoing psychiatric care to adolescents and adults with specialized programming tracks to meet your individual needs. Our evidence-based programs include intensive cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy for individuals requiring more structure and support than a typical outpatient visit can provide.
- Bipolar Disorder
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Anorexia Nervosa
- Bulimia Nervosa
- Borderline Personality Disorder
Partial Hospitalization is an intensive time limited modality of treatment for people who are struggling with symptoms that are severely impacting their lives. A welcoming, group-based program of skills groups, cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavioral therapy interventions, and frequent meetings with a dedicated psychiatrist will help restore you to your best self. Our doctors are recognized for their commitment to non-judgemental, compassionate, trauma-informed care for all individuals.
Our psychiatrists staff adult PHP programs for mood, anxiety, and psychotic disorders, as well as a specialized track for adults with eating disorders. In addition, we have a unique program of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy for patients with Borderline Personality Disorder. We also have an adolescent program for teens age 12-18. An intake coordinator will help to determine which track will be most effective for you.
A typical day varies somewhat depending on the specific program, but hours are generally from around 9-3 Monday through Friday, with a break in the middle of the day. Lunch is provided. The program is quite individualized: once you are starting to feel a bit better, you might step down to a shorter day, or attend fewer than five days a week, and we will work with you to determine what schedule will be best for you.
Length of stay is individualized based on your needs, but we typically do expect individuals to commit to two weeks of full-time treatment, after which time some people may choose to participate in more treatment, or step down to a part-time program.
We work with many college and high school age people, and will help you to coordinate with your school around taking a leave or withdrawal from your program while you are in treatment.
Our PHP program will offer you regular meetings with one of BPA’s dedicated psychiatrists. In those meetings, we will work collaboratively with you to think about all the different ways that we might be able to help, recognizing that medication is just one of many tools available. Our psychiatrists are dedicated to your wellness.