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Prolonged exposure is a type of cognitive behavioral therapy used for patients with posttraumatic stress disorder to help them change their relationships with thoughts and feelings regarding the event. Discussed by Dr. Wetterneck.
Learn the power of prolonged exposure therapy in changing the lives of people suffering from trauma and PTSD. Dr. Chad Wetterneck, PhD, clinical supervisor, explains our treatment approach at Rogers Behavioral Health.
Rogers provides partial hospitalization for single-incident posttraumatic stress disorder utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy. Discussed by Dr. Wetterneck.
After Kristy experienced a traumatic event in her life, she found herself struggling—with an eating disorder she didn’t understand and stuck in a revolving door of mental health outpatient clinics. But then she found an effective path to recovery through Rogers.
Learn the power of prolonged exposure therapy in changing the lives of people suffering from trauma and PTSD. Dr. Chad Wetterneck, PhD, clinical supervisor, explains our treatment approach at Rogers Behavioral Health. Learn more: https://rogersbh.org/what-we-treat/ptsd
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
Suicide is the second leading cause of death in young people today—more than homicide, more than overdoses, more than cancer. In today’s blog we discuss the alarming rise of suicide among this age group and how we can help prevent it.
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 in 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.
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