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Daily, many of us experience behavioral health issues that can potentially impair our ability to function well, either in the home or work environment. Locally, and nationwide, statistics demand we commit to finding new ways to help people with acute emotional and behavioral disorders.
To our friends and neighbors throughout the community we serve, Inspira Health Center Woodbury makes that commitment — through the Adult Partial Hospitalization Program — providing effective and appropriate treatment in a positive and supportive outpatient environment.
Adequate support and treatment is essential in helping relieve distress and promoting healthy coping skills. If you or someone you care about is experiencing difficulty coping with life stressors, we recommend that you seek assistance and an evaluation.
Our Adult Program staff includes a psychiatrist, licensed clinical therapists, mental health technician, advanced practice nurses, administrative staff, and transportation. Together, this staff will provide compassionate assistance and therapy in dealing with:
- Anxiety and panic attacks
- Anger and rage
- Loss and/or death
- Abuse and trauma
- Impulsivity/Mood swings
- The development of healthy relationships
- Suicidal and/or homicidal thoughts
- Substance and/or behavioral addictions
- Stress Management
The Adult Partial Hospitalization Program will provide services similar to the intensity and scope of inpatient treatment, but with significantly less disruption to patients and their families. The Adult Program follows an acute short-term model of intensive treatment targeted for 10- 15 sessions. Additional services include the provision of lunch and transportation.
Our program is designed to offer:
- Comprehensive assessments
- Psychiatric interventions
- Medication Management
- Individual group therapy as needed
- Group therapy
- Psycho-educational groups
- Family therapy as needed
- Case management services
- Aftercare planning
- Addiction groups
- Peers support groups