To learn more about how Rogers can help you, request a free, confidential screening by completing the form below or call 888-927-2203.
Intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization in Philadelphia
At Rogers in Philadelphia patients can access effective outpatient treatment and the support needed to find hope and healing from their mental health conditions. We offer partial hospitalization care to children, teens and adults with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and anxiety. Partial hospitalization care is also available to teens and adults with depression, bipolar disorder, or other mood disorders.
Our specialized outpatient care allows each patient a significant amount of time in treatment—six hours per day, five days per week—while still maintaining a regular home schedule and strong network of family and friends.
At this time, Rogers does not accept Medicaid/Medicare in Philadelphia.
Do you need more than traditional outpatient counseling to help manage your depression or another mood disorder such as bipolar disorder or dysthymia? 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.
To schedule a free screening or to make a referral, call 267-787-6600.
OCD and Anxiety
Rogers is recognized nationally for treatment of OCD and related anxiety disorders such as social anxiety, panic disorder, body dysmorphic disorder, or trichotillomania. During treatment, you will learn strategies to reduce the symptoms of OCD such as rituals, avoidance, or overwhelming fears.
We provide care for those struggling with trauma and PTSD through evidence-based treatment that research shows is the most effective for reducing symptoms.
Treatment plans are based on a proven method called cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), emphasizing 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.