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  • Adult Partial Hospitalization Program

  • Services

  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

    ACT and mindfulness-based therapies are empirically supported, third-wave behavior therapies. Their aims are to increase mindful awareness of thoughts and feelings, encourage willingness to experience these thoughts and feelings, and promote action in valued areas of life.

    ACT and mindfulness-based interventions are supported by extensive ongoing research, including over 60 clinical trials with several thousand participants.

    These studies have confirmed their efficacy as therapeutic approaches for a broad range of patient concerns, including (but not limited to) mood and anxiety disorders.

    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 ACT model, including:

    • Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)
    • Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), including CBT for insomnia
    • Interpersonal psychotherapies
    • Psychoeducation and didactics

    Conditions We Treat

    Our staff is comprised of nationally recognized clinicians and researchers with expertise in treating adults with a broad range of concerns:

    Mood Disorders

    • Depressive disorders
    • Bipolar disorders (manic-depression)

    Borderline Personality Disorder and other Personality Disorders

    Eating Disorders

    Anxiety Disorders

    • Panic disorder (with agoraphobia)
    • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
    • Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
    • Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
    • Social phobia

    Other Concerns

    • Impulse control disorders
    • Adjustment disorders
    • Psychotic disorders
    • Issues related to trauma, including domestic abuse, incest, sexual abuse and rape
    • Family and marital issues
    • Job pressures and stress management