Depression & Mood Disorders

Depression and mood disorders

Depression and other mood disorders are very real, and serious, conditions. Feelings of sadness, hopelessness or irritability can interfere with how you think and experience everyday activities such as sleeping, eating and managing your daily tasks.

Depression, bipolar disorder and other mood disorders are the leading cause of disability worldwide for both males and females. They are also treatable.

Rogers Behavioral Health can help. 

Comprehensive scope of care

At Rogers Behavioral Health, you can access a wide array of services that encompass mood disorders and general mental health for children, teens and adults. Through our FOCUS mood disorder line of services, we have begun crafting a scope of care for those with varying levels of depression and related disorders. Our Nashotah Program helps teenage girls with real difficulty managing their emotions. 

From inpatient care to specialized day treatment, you can count on our commitment to you or your child’s individual needs. What connects these services is the passion of a dedicated team of professionals, led by leading psychiatrists and psychologists, who bring you: 

  • Expertise in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and its related therapies to meet your individual needs
  • Experience in treating complex cases and co-occurring disorders
  • Partnership in learning the skills and knowledge you need to break free and move forward.

Using methods that outcome studies show make a difference, we help you overcome a range of psychiatric symptoms in this area, including: 

  • Depression, bipolar disorder and other mood disorders 
  • Co-occurring disorders (anxiety, eating disorders, substance use)
  • Emotional dysregulation (Nashotah Program) 

Our treatment approach

You will work on getting better with a team led by board-certified psychiatrists, physicians, psychologists, behavioral specialists, experiential therapists and more, depending on the program. We follow an evidence-based approach to care, with an emphasis on these therapies in many of our mood disorder programs:

Care options 

With our mood disorders and general mental health programs, you have access to four levels of specialized care: 

  • Inpatient care, including dedicated units for children and adolescents  
  • Residential care, including the Nashotah Program, and the FOCUS programs for adults and adolescents
  • Two levels of specialized outpatient care:
    • Partial hospital programs (6 hours a day/4 to 5 days a week, 4 to 6 weeks)
    • Intensive outpatient programs (3 hours a day, 5 days a week, 6 to 8 weeks)

The appropriate level of care for you is determined based on physician review of an initial free screening you can do over the phone with one of our admissions counselors. 
 

We want to help.

Contact us to request a free confidential screening and learn more.

Call 800-767-4411 or use our screening request form

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