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Treatment considerations for complex OCD in children and adolescents
Learn about intensive ERP for OCD, how to implement complementary treatments, and considerations for a higher level of care.
Stuck in negative self-talk: how Rogers helped Lily rise above OCD and anxiety
Lily says she struggled with anxiety her entire life and started seeing a therapist when she was 10. She says her anxiety got increasingly worse late in middle school and into her high school years.
Rogers Research Center studies show effectiveness of telehealth treatment
Throughout COVID-19, there’s a heightened need for mental health and addiction care. In response, Rogers Behavioral Health began serving patients virtually across the country through Rogers Connect Care — a telehealth treatment option for people who would benefit from specialized partial hospitalization or intensive outpatient levels of care.
What to say and what not to say to someone who’s received mental health or addiction treatment
If a friend or loved one tells you they’ve been in treatment for mental health or addiction, you may be wondering about the best way to respond. Rogers' Sue McKenzie Dicks, vice president of healthy culture at Rogers Behavioral Health, shares some common missteps and supportive things to say so your friend or loved one feels validated and understood.
Hoarding disorder: Current understanding and treatment considerations
Learn more about hoarding disorder and explore unique aspects including diagnosis, assessment, phenomenology, hoarding beliefs and behaviors, associated features, and current treatment interventions and case examples.
UNSTUCK: an OCD kids movie Q&A
Live Q&A with our experts on the film UNSTUCK: an OCD kids movie
Examining co-occurring OCD and Depression: Research and clinical strategies
OCD and major depressive disorder (MDD) often co-occur, with individuals impacted by both conditions at a greater risk of suicidal behaviors.
Co-occurring OCD and PTSD: Conceptualization, assessment, and treatment
To properly address both OCD and PTSD, an evaluation of the traumatic event, themes, and impact is required.