The Adult Mood & Anxiety Program is designed to assist individuals with the following:
Depressed mood, hopelessness
Self-harm or thoughts of self-harm
Difficulty with daily functioning
Engaging in risk taking behavior
Anxiety, persistent worry, panic attacks
Difficulty regulating impulses
The Adult Mood & Anxiety Disorder Program uses evidence-based treatment for adults including cognitive behavioral therapy and psychopharmacology.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a leading trauma-informed care treatment utilizing the principles of safety, empowerment, peer support, collaboration, and choice. In CBT, the role of the treatment team is to guide the patient through the process and provide the tools necessary to achieve recovery. The role of the patient is to be the expert in terms of his or her own recovery and change process.
Key Components of Treatment
Compassionate around-the-clock nursing care
Life skills groups and healthy living groups
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Collaboration with outpatient providers
Aftercare planning for continued recovery