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Tour Rogers’ OCD and Anxiety Center providing residential care for children

Posted on 08/02/22 12:13:pm

 

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According to the International OCD Foundation, at least one in 200 children have obsessive-compulsive disorder, commonly known as OCD. This anxiety disorder causes unwanted thoughts, worries, or impulses called obsessions, in addition to repetitive actions, called compulsions.

Rogers’ OCD and Anxiety Center provides children’s residential care for kids ages 8 to 14. The Center provides a welcoming home-like environment, with a multidisciplinary team of experts who create individualized treatment plans using evidence-based therapy. Our decades-long focus on outcomes sets Rogers apart.

“We ask our patients to evaluate their symptoms every two weeks,” says Sarah Lee, PhD, clinical supervisor, OCD and Anxiety Center. “We follow their treatment progress using validated measures, so we know right away if something isn’t working and needs to be adjusted. We’re able to pay attention to how our kids are doing and help them get better.”

Click the video above hear more from the treatment team about what makes Rogers’ OCD and Anxiety Center world-class.

How Rogers can help

If you know a child who is struggling with OCD, anxiety, and other underlying mental health challenges such as eating disorders or depression, Rogers is here to help. Schedule a free screening by calling 800-767-4411 or completing an online request. Please call 888-927-2203 for intensive OCD and anxiety outpatient care for children and adolescents at all other Rogers locations.

Call 800-767-4411 or go to rogersbh.org to request a free screening.