Partial Hospitalization Program
The Mental Health Partial Hospitalization Program (MH-PHP) is a hospital-based outpatient program designed for adults 18 and older. MH-PHP incorporates an individualized treatment plan which describes a coordination of services wrapped around the particular needs of the patient, and includes a multidisciplinary team approach to patient care under the direction of a psychiatric provider. The program reflects a high degree of structure and scheduling. Many patients who participate in the Mental Health Partial Hospitalization Program (MH-PHP) have been diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, a depressive disorder, or a bipolar disorder, though individuals who struggle with other mental health conditions may be assisted by the MH-PHP level of care as well.
The MH-PHP offers a well-coordinated program of care that provides intensive treatment directed by a psychiatrist in a structured setting. Our clinical, holistic approaches include Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) and mindfulness based-treatment plus education and medication management.
Groups are the primary mode of treatment in the MH-PHP. Under the direction of an experienced professional, MH-PHP group sessions provide participants with a place to:
- Practice communication skills
- Practice Emotion Regulation
- Practice Mindfulness
- Practice Interpersonal Effectiveness
- Receive support and feedback
- Share personal experience
- Relieve feelings of isolation
- Help create community
- Experience non-judgmental environment
- Gain awareness and insight
Participants in MH-PHP benefit from medications to alleviate or assist in the management of symptoms related to their mental health disorders. All participants will meet with the program psychiatrist or nurse practitioner on a regular weekly basis.
Weekly Individual Therapy Sessions:
Participants in MH-PHP benefit from weekly individual therapy sessions with a licensed, experienced professional.
Program hours are Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.