OCD AND ANXIETY
406 Science Drive, Suite 110Madison, WI 53711
Located just a few miles from the Wisconsin state capitol building, Rogers' Madison location supports children, adolescents, and adults with mental health challenges through evidence-based, specialized outpatient care. Through our evidence-based approach, you and your family will learn techniques that are proven to be effective and will help you reclaim your life.
Our Depression and Anxiety Recovery partial hospitalization care for adults addresses depression, mood disorders, and anxiety. This program allows you to practice what you learn in treatment and apply it to real-world situations when you return to home or work.
In treatment, you'll receive cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), a proven method for reducing depression and anxiety. Group therapy, experiential therapy, medication monitoring, diagnosis education, and nutritional health and wellness education also play key roles in your individualized treatment plan.
The goal of this program is to help you identify and challenge your symptoms, improve daily functioning and develop alternative coping skills and more appropriate responses to stressors.
A less intensive level of our Focus Depression Recovery residential care, our specialized partial hospitalization outpatient care for adults emphasizes treatment for depression, bipolar disorder, and other mood disorders. Heavily based in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), you learn how to use behavioral activation (BA) to manage depression or other mood disorders. Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)-informed skills help you improve mindfulness, distress tolerance, regulation of emotions, and interpersonal effectiveness.
If appropriate, you'll work with your therapist on exposures to address avoidance behaviors related to anxiety. You'll move forward through a combination of group therapy for CBT and DBT-informed skills, individual assignments and one-on-one meetings with your therapist.
Rogers is a global leader of treatment of OCD and related anxiety disorders. During treatment, adults, adolescents, and children learn strategies to reduce the symptoms of OCD such as rituals, avoidance, or overwhelming fears.Our evidence-based therapies for OCD combine cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); exposure and response prevention (ERP); medication management; individual, group and family therapy; and experiential therapy.
Mental Health and Addiction Recovery
We provide leading, specialized treatment to teens and adults struggling with mental health and co-occurring addiction disorders. To effectively treat addiction, it’s critical to also identify and treat mental health issues such as OCD and anxiety, or depression and other mood disorders, at the same time.
When you or someone you love struggles with an eating disorder, hope can be hard to see—but it is there, and we can help.
Serving adults with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and other eating disorders, our partial hospitalization care offers supervised meals, nutritional education, and medical monitoring. While in treatment, you’ll have an individualized care plan and a treatment approach structured around evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), with an emphasis on graduated exposure and response prevention (ERP).
Our Mental Health Recovery Care for adults provides a range of proven therapies in a structured setting as well as nutritional health and wellness education. A board-certified psychiatrist provides medication management and medical monitoring. Our goal is to help you reduce symptoms and improve daily functioning while you remain connected with family and other social support systems.
You or someone you love may have experienced or witnessed a life-threatening or traumatic event. We understand how damaging trauma (PTSD) can be to someone’s well-being and we have the experience and proven-effective treatment approach to help adults who are suffering.
Our treatment plans are specifically designed for each patient’s needs. Rogers’ therapeutic approach is based on a proven method called cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), emphasizing prolonged exposure, which helps reduce anxiety related to the traumatic event. You may participate in group therapy, acceptance, self-compassion and mindfulness strategies, experiential therapy, patient and family education, individual therapy, and medication management.