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Anorexia Nervosa, Adult
A comprehensive inpatient / partial hospitalization program for the treatment of anorexia nervosa for adult patients.
Anorexia Nervosa, Pediatric
A comprehensive inpatient / outpatient program for the treatment of anorexia nervosa for pediatric patients.
Behavioral Treatment of Tourette's Syndrome
Treatment is provided by an international expert in the assessment and treatment of Tourette's Syndrome (TS). This package includes a psycho-diagnostic evaluation to identify and differentiate TS from common co-occurring mental health conditions (2 hours). This evaluation is followed by the initiation of the Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention of Tics (CBIT). CBIT is the recommended first-line treatment of TS across health professions, and has shown considerable therapeutic benefit in randomized clinical trials--the gold standard measure of a treatment in medicine. While CBIT will be tailored to address the specific needs of the patient, the core therapeutic skills include: 1) psychological education about TS and its behavioral management, 2) awareness training and competing response training to reduce tic severity, and 3) a functional assessment followed by intervention strategies to mitigate interference from tics in daily life. Treatment consists of 10 one-hour long sessions that can be delivered in either an intensive or weekly format, and will involve family members as appropriate (ie, parents and/or partners).
Cognitive Behavior Therapy For Anxiety Disorders
Treatment is provided by a national expert in the assessment and treatment of anxiety disorders. This package includes a psycho-diagnostic evaluation to identify and differentiate specific anxiety disorders from common co-occurring mental health conditions (2 hours). This evaluation is followed by the initiation of specialized Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for anxiety disorders. CBT is recommended as the first-line treatment for anxiety disorders. While CBT will be individualized to address the patient's specific needs, the core therapeutic skills include: 1) psychological education about anxiety and its treatment using evidenced-based-treatment, 2) cognitive strategies to manage anxious worries and thoughts, 3) relaxation strategies to manage physiological symptoms of anxiety, and 4) exposures to practice overcoming feared and/or avoided situations. Treatment consists of 14 one-hour-long sessions that can be delivered in either an intensive or weekly format, and will involve family members as appropriate (ie, parents and/or partners).
Cognitive Behavior Therapy For Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Treatment is provided by an international expert in the assessment and treatment of OCD. This package includes a psycho-diagnostic evaluation to identify and differentiate OCD from common co-occurring mental health conditions (2 hours). This evaluation is followed by the initiation of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) emphasizing exposure with response prevention (ERP). CBT with ERP is recommended as the first line of treatment for OCD. While CBT will be individualized to address the patient's unique clinical need, the core therapeutic components will include: 1) psychological education about OCD and its evidenced-based treatment, 2) cognitive strategies to manage and overcome intrusive obsessive thoughts, 3) exposures to practice overcoming distress related to OCD. This step-wise treatment consists of 14 one-hour-long sessions that can be delivered in either an intensive or weekly format, and will involve family members as appropriate (ie, parents and/or partners).
Intensive Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment
The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is appropriate for patients who require a more intensive approach. It is an 8 to 12 week program utilizing therapy, acupuncture, and meditation to provide the tools needed to overcome substance use disorder and increase chances of long-term recovery. The program reinforces positive behavior and provides individualized support.
Johns Hopkins Balance Program
A digital mental health program developed by Johns Hopkins experts in psychology and psychiatry. Participants start with a confidential survey to evaluate their needs, then they're offered personalized support - a compassionate, expert Care Concierge to guide them to the right kind of care or specialists, plus skill-building content and a digital assistant for 24/7 support.
Men's Extended Care Substance Abuse Treatment
Following the completion of traditional inpatient treatment programs, people recovering from a substance use disorder might require support to increase their chances of lifelong recovery. Extended Care programs provide the counseling, education, and wellness activities you need to learn how to live a life free of substance use. The Men's Extended Care Program is a 60-day program for emerging adult males that builds off of the Emerging Adult Primary Care Program. Individualized treatment plans, recreational activities, life skills training, and counseling motivate young men to take back control of their lives.
Mental Health Assessment
A comprehensive psychiatric evaluation to diagnose emotional, behavioral, or developmental disorders. Once the review is complete, a written and verbal assessment will be provided with treatment recommendations (if indicated).
Mental Health Psychotherapy and Medication Management
Mental health treatment which includes 6 outpatient visits, either in-person or virtual. Multiple treatment bundles are available as needed.
Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment
The general Outpatient Program (OP) lasts 6 months to 2 years and involves group therapy, monthly individual therapy, and case management sessions to maintain recovery. It is best suited for those with a strong support system and who can safely recover at home.
Pain Recovery Program
The comprehensive Pain Recovery Program (PRP) aims to treat patients with chronic, debilitating pain. Chronic pain not only affects people physically, but also emotionally, cognitively, and spiritually. This program addresses chronic pain: a complex physical and psychological condition. Healing the person's mind, body, and spirit help patients reduce pain, increase function, and learn how to live a life free of opiates.
Partial Hospitalization Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment
The Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is designed for people who would benefit from a high level of support, as indicated by their difficulty in attaining and maintaining recovery. PHP participants attend short-term day programs consisting of intensive treatment in a therapeutic environment.
Residential Substance Abuse Treatment
We offer the following programs: Primary, Relapse, Emerging Adult, and Pain Recovery. Our Primary Core Program uses a holistic approach, focusing on healing both the body and the mind to address all aspects of substance use disorders openly and directly. This program is for people who have little to no knowledge of substance use disorders, substance use, or the 12-steps. The Relapse Program is designed specifically for people struggling with return to substance misuse. In this program, medical consultations, therapy, and strategy workshops help to identify underlying issues and triggers to help patients return to their journey of recovery. The specifically tailored Emerging Adult Program provides patients with an understanding of substance use disorders and the tools to achieve independence and a high quality of life. Gender specific programming, experiential workshops, and art therapy work in tandem with medical and psychological care to pave a path toward recovery.
Women's Adult Extended Care Substance Abuse Program
Following the completion of traditional inpatient treatment programs, people recovering from substance use disorder might require support to increase their chances of lifelong recovery. Extended care programs provide the counseling, education, and wellness activities you need to learn how to live a life free of substance use. The Women's Extended Care Program is a 90-day program designed for patients needing a long-term, residential continuum of care. It addresses the specific needs of women with substance use disorders, with focus on women's health and wellness, building on patient's personal strengths, and cultivating their internal resources.