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Understanding CBT and DBT and how Rogers uses these evidence-based therapies
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) are key parts of Rogers' evidence-based treatment approach.
Steve’s story: Rising above anxiety and depression
When Steve began to experience anxiety and depression, a neighbor recommended he reach out to Rogers. That was just the beginning of what Steve now calls his "comeback story."
How Rogers' continuum of care helps patients maintain improvements made in treatment
When someone is struggling with an addiction or mental health challenge, it can be difficult to know what level of care is needed. Rogers Behavioral Health offers inpatient, residential, and two levels of intensive outpatient care.
Rogers therapists help patients rise above
As a therapist at Rogers, you’re an integral part of our mission of helping people reach their full potential for health and well-being. It’s what we’ve been doing for more than 115 years. Our multidisciplinary teams work together to provide highly effective treatment with proven outcomes.
Why weight isn’t always an indicator of whether someone has an eating disorder
According to the National Eating Disorders Association, there are many myths surrounding eating disorders. One common misconception is that they’re associated with people who have low body weight. In reality, all types of eating disorders occur across a range of body types and the weight spectrum.
Aaron's story: Support, skills, and resolve. One man's journey to sobriety.
Thank you, Aaron, for sharing the story of your journey to enjoying life again. Aaron received treatment for addiction through Rogers' Mental Health and Addiction Recovery intensive outpatient care (IOP) in West Allis.
Rising Above Anxiety and Depression | Steve's Story
After a medical crisis, Steve found himself struggling with anxiety and depression. A neighbor recognized Steve might have depression and recommended Rogers.
What is exposure and response prevention (ERP)?
Exposure and response prevention (ERP) is a part of Rogers’ evidence-based therapeutic approach for OCD and anxiety. A component of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), ERP helps individuals confront feared situations, thoughts, images, and impulses.