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Understanding Why People Self-Harm
Dr. Erik Ulland, medical director of the Nashotah Program at Rogers, helps us understand why someone may hurt themselves as a way to cope with severe emotional distress, depression, and other mood or mental health disorders.
Dr. Edward Tomaich and Dr. Tyler Rickers explain the ins and outs of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) treatment at Rogers Behavioral Health.
Successful treatment for anxiety and mood disorders
Dr. Stephanie Eken talks about the different treatment methods for children to treat Anxiety, Mood Disorders, OCD, and more.
Perspectives on the rise in youth suicides
Dr. Martin Franklin, clinical director of Rogers Behavioral Health in Philadelphia, discusses important insights into the rising rate of youth suicides.
Finding the Road to Recovery | Dylan's Story
Growing up, Dylan seemed to be on the right track with good grades and lots of friends, but by the end of middle school, he was already engaged in drinking alcohol, and smoking cigarettes and marijuana. The downward spiral continued for several years, even after he became a father. It turned out that addiction wasn't the only hurdle he had to overcome - Dylan was also grappling with the co-occurring conditions of anxiety and depression. In this video, Dylan shares how he turned his life around with the help of Rogers Behavioral Health. At all levels of care, from inpatient to residential to outpatient, Rogers’ approach focuses on mental health issues in addition. In the Mental Health and Addiction Recovery for adolescents at West Allis and the Herrington Centers for adults in West Allis and Oconomowoc, patients get the chance to address not only their substance use but also underlying mental health concerns
Dr. Scallon on medications
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.
Dr. Leonard on behavioral activation (BA)
Rogers Behavioral Health's Rachel C. Leonard, PhD discusses how Behavioral Activation will be used in the new FOCUS Program for Mood Disorders.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy: An Overview
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), developed by psychologist Marsha M. Linehan in the 1980s, is an evidence-based treatment for borderline personality and other mood disorders, suicidal ideation, and behaviors such as self-harm.
Challenges with school refusal
Hear a sit-down interview with Dr. Martin Franklin, clinical director of Rogers' Philadelphia clinic, on the challenges parents and kids experience related to school refusal. Learn more about why children refuse to go to school, identify symptoms and behaviors, and share school refusal intervention strategies that educators and parents can use to work together in a four-part podcast series, Understanding School Refusal: https://rogersbh.org/school-refusal