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How telehealth helped Michele overcome panic disorder with agoraphobia
Taking part in telehealth treatment through Rogers Connect can be a challenging prospect. Thank you to former patient Michele for sharing her experience with telehealth through Rogers’ St. Paul clinic and how it changed her life.
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.
Understanding and treating body dysmorphic disorder
Explore the current understanding of BDD and cognitive behavioral therapy as an effective treatment.
Rogers residential care specialists: Working with patients to support their road to recovery
At Rogers Behavioral Health, residential care specialists (RCSs) are an integral part of the treatment team, working one-on-one with patients to help them develop new skills so they can rise above their mental health challenges. As an RCS, you have the opportunity to grow and progress in your mental health career.
How Rogers helped Sylvia find healing and hope for her eating disorder
Sylvia says she struggled with body dysmorphia since her early teens and started restricting her eating in high school in addition to exercising excessively. Sylvia returned to college and says somehow she was able to continue through graduation. When she started a graduate program, her eating disorder became worse, so she started meeting with an outpatient therapist.
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.
How Rogers’ OCD and Anxiety Center offers hope and healing for children and their loved ones
Hear how Rogers uses evidence-based therapy to get kids and their families on the road to healing.