Rogers Behavioral Health–Tampa Bay

Rogers Behavioral Health's treatment services in the Tampa Bay region are an extension of the evidence-based care and acclaimed clinical expertise in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), emphasizing exposure and response prevention (ERP), for which Rogers is known. As an internationally recognized behavioral health services, Rogers–Tampa Bay offers:

  • Experts in the evidence-based treatment of OCD, OC-spectrum, anxiety and eating disorders disorders.
  • Experienced multidisciplinary treatment team.
  • Continuing care coordination with other treatment providers and insurance companies.
  • Emphasis on research and training for the advancement and advocacy of mental health.

Our Programming

OCD and anxiety. Rogers' Tampa Bay office offers two short-term, intensive outpatient programs, one for children and adolescents and one for adults. For those diagnosed OCD, OC-spectrum or anxiety, the program is helpful for patients transitioning between levels of care.Treatment will average five to six weeks for each program.

Rogers’ OCD and anxiety partial hospital programs for children, teens and adults are similar to the intensive outpatient program, but provide more hours of therapy in each one week period.

Eating disorders. For children, teens and adults with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder or other eating disorders, Rogers has partial hospital and intensive outpatient program options. These levels of care help patients address real-world obstacles to recovery with the support of the care team.

Mood disorders. If a child or teen you know struggles with depression, bipolar disorder or other mood disorder, our FOCUS Adolescent partial hospital program can help them build a foundation for success at home and school.

Anxiety and mood disorders in children with ASD. Children and teens with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and co-occurring conditions like anxiety, mood disorders or OCD can receive partial hospital programming at Rogers.

Our Tampa Bay OCD services are under the guidance of regional medical director Stephanie C. Eken, pediatrician and psychiatrist, and psychologist Eric A. Storch, PhD, a University of South Florida Health Morsani College of Medicine professor and clincial psychologist. Through an agreement with USF Health for professional services, Dr. Storch serves as clinical director for a team that includes Rogers-trained behavioral specialists and social workers.

For a free screening or to make a referral, call 813-498-6400

Rogers Behavioral Health–Tampa Bay is committed to helping people with OCD, anxiety disorders and eating disorders gain access to quality treatment. If you, a family member or a friend need help, or are looking for more information, contact the Rogers team by requesting a screening.

After the request form is submitted, an intake specialist will call you back to schedule a free screening. These screenings are completed at no charge, over the phone. After clinical review, a specialist will recommend the appropriate program and level of care.

Screening request