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Hear how residential care at Rogers in West Allis helps adults rise above depression and other mood disorders
Focus Depression Recovery Adult Residential Care at Rogers in West Allis offers compassionate, evidence-based treatment in a home-like setting.
Rachel’s story: How Rogers’ holistic approach helped her rise above an eating disorder and depression
Since she was young, Rachel battled with her body image, relationship with food, and depression. She tried traditional outpatient therapy, but no one treated them simultaneously until she started Focus Depression Recovery at Rogers in Tampa.
Rising Above Depression and an Eating Disorder I Rachel's Story
Rachel says her struggle with food and depression started at a young age and although she went to therapy, no one ever addressed both challenges simultaneously until she went to Rogers in Tampa.
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."
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.
Ciara's story: Mindfulness, enjoying life, and the support of a Rogers therapist led to depression recovery
Thank you, Ciara, for sharing your road to recovery at Rogers. Ciara received treatment for depression in Rogers' Focus Depression Recovery Adult residential care in Oconomowoc, and our partial hospitalization (PHP) and intensive outpatient (IOP) levels of care in Appleton.
Briden shares how Rogers’ team approach helped her on the road to recovery
At Rogers Behavioral Health, a multidisciplinary team of experts guides your care. Led by a board-certified psychiatrist, therapists, behavior specialists, and others, the team works together to provide evidence-based therapy with proven outcomes.
10 common signs the “baby blues” may be a more serious mental health challenge
Pregnancy and childbirth are an exciting, and sometimes challenging, time. About 70 to 80% of all new moms experience what’s commonly known as the “baby blues” – mood swings that include feelings of sadness, irritability, and exhaustion.