OCD and Anxiety
Autism and Anxiety and Mood Disorders
Depression and other Mood Disorders
Trauma Recovery (PTSD)
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813-498-6400 or 844-220-4411
2002 N. Lois Ave., Suite 400
Tampa, FL 33607
Rogers in Tampa offers outpatient care, giving children, adolescents, and adults in the community access to one of the most experienced and nationally respected behavioral health providers in the U.S. We offer treatment for eating disorders, OCD, anxiety, depression and other mood disorders, and mental health and co-occurring addiction disorders. Additionally, we offer a unique program focused on treating anxiety and depression in kids with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Both outpatient treatment levels allow patients to receive our services for part of the day and return to home, school, or work:
Serving adolescents and adults, our depression and mood disorders treatment is heavily based in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), where patients learn how to use behavioral activation (BA) to manage disorder symptoms. Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)-informed skills help improve mindfulness, distress tolerance, regulation of emotions, and interpersonal effectiveness.
If appropriate, patients work with a therapist on exposures to address avoidance behaviors related to anxiety. Additionally, patients work through individual assignments, group therapy, and one-on-one meetings with a therapist.
Life can be intensely uncomfortable for anyone living with the paralyzing, unending OCD, and anxiety-related disorders. During treatment, children, adolescents, and adults 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.
Serving children, adolescents, and adults with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, and other eating disorders, our treatment offers supervised meals, nutritional education, and medical monitoring. Patients 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).
Kids with ASD often also deal with anxiety and depression that co-occurs with their autism. Due to the social, emotional, and behavioral difficulties that can result from this combination of disorders, parents can often feel overwhelmed. It can be difficult to know where to go for help. We understand that.
We offer an intensive cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) foundation of care plus related therapies, including exposure therapy, behavioral activation, and elements of dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), that are supported by family and social skills coaching, experiential therapy, psychiatric assessment, and medication management.
Rogers provides leading, specialized treatment for those suffering from mental health issues and substance use at the same time. 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.
Led by a multidisciplinary team, our outpatient care uses an evidence-based approach, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), twelve step facilitation (TSF) therapy, and motivational enhancement therapy (MET).
The effects of trauma and untreated PTSD cause those affected to relive events, avoid them entirely, or experience heightened emotions.
At Rogers we provide care for those struggling with trauma and PTSD through evidence-based treatment that research shows is the most effective for reducing symptoms. Therapy you may engage in as part of your treatment plan include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT), prolonged exposure therapy for PTSD (PE), behavioral activation (BA), experiential therapy, and family involvement.