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No one’s depression, anxiety, or other mental health struggle is the same, which requires having an array of therapeutic tools at the ready. Pet therapy can give someone the push they need to make additional strides in therapy, but many are confused over what it is and how it works. Watch this video to learn how Rogers Behavioral Health uses pet therapy to help our patients.
Peggy Scallon, MD, FAPA, Marty Franklin, PhD, and Theresa, a past patient of Rogers, discuss the importance of step-down treatment and specifically the use of Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) or Intensive Outpatient Programs (IOP).
Helping kids maintain their education and have access to learning while in treatment is a top priority at Rogers Behavioral Health. While in our care, education specialists provide classroom time, complete appropriate screenings, and coordinate communication between each child's treatment team, home, and school.
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.
Dr. David Jacobi describes when a child or teen may need professional help for school refusal.
Dr. David Jacobi explains the mental health issues that could contribute to school refusal, how to recognize the signs and symptoms of mental health disorders, and treatment options available to help teens deal with mental health struggles.
Dr. Heather Jones shares some factors associated with school refusal, what contributes to school refusal, and how to confront your child.
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