OCD and Anxiety
Autism and Anxiety and Mood Disorders
Depression and other Mood Disorders
Trauma Recovery (PTSD)
Why Choose Rogers
In this time of crisis, Rogers Connect Care is here for you. Learn more about our evidence-based treatment in a secure virtual environment. >
If you, or someone you love, is caught in the grasp of an eating disorder, residential care may be the most effective way to reclaim your freedom.
Dr. Tieu, Medical Director of the Child Center, talks about how Rogers staff helps support children through gaining a deep understanding of the patient's background.
Dr. Tieu, Medical Director of the Child Center, reflects on a patient story and shares his philosophy of treatment.
“We have to make sure we support kids emotionally and let them know it’s not their fault.”
-Dr. Tieu on treatment.
In this skit, Dr. Brad Smith works with a patient using ERP, (Exposure and Response Prevention) which is a component of CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy). While this video focuses on Eating Disorders, ERP and CBT are used in a variety of mental health treatment programs.
ERP is becoming a key component of care for eating disorders at Rogers. This method gradually exposes a patient to feared thoughts, images or impulses and outcome studies show its effectiveness in reducing anxiety and distress over time.
The goal of ERP is to expose yourself to your feared situation while you avoid your compulsive behavior long enough that your anxiety decreases.
Exercise is a valuable part of a healthy lifestyle, but is problematic for many struggling with eating disorders. Dr. Brad Smith, MD, explains how Rogers reintroduces exercise in eating disorder Recovery.
Peggy Scallon, MD, FAPA is the medical director of Rogers’ FOCUS Adolescent Mood Disorders Program. Dr. Scallon discusses the importance of step-down treatment and specifically the use of Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) or Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP) levels of care.
Peggy Scallon, MD, FAPA, medical director of the FOCUS Adolescent Mood Disorders Program in Oconomowoc, talks about how medications are used for children and adolescents.
Family involvement is a key part of Rogers’ therapeutic approach for many of our child and adolescent treatments. Peggy Scallon, MD, FAPA, medical director of the FOCUS Adolescent Mood Disorders Program in Oconomowoc, explains in this video how Rogers’ Parent University helps educate parents in the treatment, recovery, and mental health support of their children.
Jennifer Park, PhD is the clinical director of Rogers Behavioral Health–San Francisco East Bay. She discusses clinical outcomes that Rogers uses to guide treatment.
Mental Health Resources
Addiction Recovery Apps