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PHILADELPHIA, PA (June 1, 2021) — Rogers Behavioral Health, one of the nation’s largest not-for-profit mental health treatment providers, has opened a new Trauma Recovery partial hospitalization program for adults at its Philadelphia clinic.
More than 8 million American adults have posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), with 3.6 percent of the U.S. adult population experiencing it in the past year, according to the Anxiety & Depression Association of America and the National Institute of Mental Health. To bring attention to the condition, June is recognized as PTSD Awareness Month.
“We understand how damaging trauma can be to an individual’s well-being, and Rogers has the experience and proven-effective treatment to help,” said Beth Reeder, PhD, assistant clinical director in Philadelphia. “Our specialized partial hospitalization program provides treatment five days a week for six hours. This provides guidance for making adjustments for daily life outside our care and allows patients to return to life with family or friends between sessions.”
Rogers’ trauma treatment plans are based on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), a proven method that emphasizes prolonged exposure, which helps reduce anxiety related to a traumatic event. Patients may participate in group therapy, acceptance, self-compassion and mindfulness strategies, experiential therapy, patient and family education, individual therapy, and medication management.
In addition to Trauma Recovery, Rogers’ Philadelphia clinic provides intensive outpatient care and partial hospitalization care to children, teens and adults with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, or other mood disorders.
Rogers in Philadelphia is located at 1 Winding Drive, Suite 106. To request a free, confidential screening, call 888-927-2203. For more information, visit rogersbh.org/philadelphia or call 267-787-6600.
Dr. Reeder and other members of Philadelphia’s care team are available for media interviews on mental health issues. Email Media@rogersbh.org with inquiries.
Rogers Behavioral Health is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit provider of mental health and addiction services. Rogers offers evidence-based treatment for adults, children and teens with depression and mood disorders, eating disorders, addiction, OCD and anxiety disorders, trauma and PTSD. In addition to a growing network of regional locations in California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Washington, Rogers operates three inpatient behavioral health hospitals, 14 residential programs and eight outpatient centers in Wisconsin. The System also includes Rogers Behavioral Health Foundation and Rogers InHealth. Learn more at rogersbh.org.