OCD AND ANXIETY
630-686-4544 or 844-615-3222
907 N Elm St, Suite 300, Hinsdale, IL 60521
Children, teens, and adults can access specialized outpatient treatment during the day at Rogers in Hinsdale. We offer help for those struggling with mental health and co-occurring addiction disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder and anxiety, trauma (posttraumatic stress disorder), and depression and other mood disorders.
Our two levels of outpatient care allow each patient a significant amount of time in treatment, while still maintaining a regular home schedule and strong network of family and friends.
Do you need more than traditional outpatient counseling to help manage your depression or another mood disorder? We can help with an individualized treatment plan. Our experienced team of professionals, led by a board-certified adult psychiatrist and a highly trained psychologist, will help reduce symptoms and provide the tools needed to succeed for children, teens, and adults.
Our evidence-based therapy for these services include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); behavioral activation (BA); dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT); medication management; individual, group and family therapy; and experiential therapy.
Rogers is recognized nationally for treatment of OCD and related anxiety disorders. We can help you, your child, or your teen address compulsive behaviors, such as rituals, avoidance, or overwhelming fears.
We focus on evidence-based therapies for OCD, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); exposure and response prevention (ERP); medication management ; individual, group and family therapy; and experiential therapy. Our primary goal is to help you learn strategies to reduce your symptoms and support you for the rest of your life.
Rogers provides leading, specialized treatment for adults struggling with mental health issues and addiction at the same time. To effectively treat this, it’s critical to identify and treat mental health issues such as OCD and anxiety, or depression and other mood disorders, along with the addiction.
Our outpatient care uses an evidence-based approach, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), twelve step facilitation (TSF) therapy, and motivational enhancement therapy (MET).
You or someone you love may have experienced or witnessed a life-threatening or traumatic event. We want to help you begin living the life you want with a treatment plan specifically designed to meet your needs.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), emphasizing prolonged exposure, will help your or your loved one reduce anxiety related to the traumatic event. Other components of care include group therapy, acceptance, self-compassion and mindfulness strategies, experiential therapy, patient and family education, individual therapy and medication management.