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Friends and Family Support at Rogers | A Spouse's Story
Rogers helped Zach support his wife who was working hard to get well.
Clinical Management of Obsessions Related to Suicide and Overlap w/ Acute Suicidality
To mark National Suicide Prevention Month, Rogers Behavioral Health's chief medical officer Stephanie Eken, MD, will join Philadelphia clinical director Martin E. Franklin, PhD, to discuss the clinical management of obsessions related to suicide, especially when present in patients also suffering from acute suicidality as well as suicidal behavior.
Rising Above OCD | Jana's Story
Jana’s struggles with contamination OCD and depression led her to seek treatment with Rogers Behavioral Health.
CBT and DBT therapy helped reset Parker's life
"Residential treatment was hard, but it was a reset for me. It gave me the opportunity to change what needed to be changed in my life."
Self-care: Why it’s essential to maintaining your mental health
Self-care involves the basic things we need to do so to be able to function at top effectiveness, whether that’s at home, at work, as a friend, employee, or parent. It's as essential as going to the dentist, changing my clothes, and eating.
ARFID: Understanding and treating the disorder
A major difference between ARFID and other eating disorders is that people with ARFID are not concerned with body image and are typically not worried about changes in weight.
Strengthening treatment and support for people with severe mental illness
Rogers experts discuss medical and psychosocial interventions for patients with chronic psychotic illness to promote meaningful community inclusion.