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Our OCD and Anxiety Center for adolescent residential care is one of the few residential facilities in the country with a long-held commitment to serving adolescents age 12-17 facing OCD and related anxiety disorders, including:
We provide a unique blend of intensive psychiatric therapy with adventure-based experiences in both wilderness and urban settings. Our length of stay is typically less than three months.
A leading, board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist recognized nationally for their expertise, directs our multidisciplinary team. We’ll develop a personalized treatment plan with a proven effective approach to help people move forward with their lives. Our outcomes show that our OCD and anxiety disorders treatment works.
Our OCD and Anxiety Center for adolescent residential care is part of the comprehensive OCD and anxiety treatment offered by Rogers. As a system, Rogers provides care to more children, adolescents, and adults with OCD than any other behavioral health system. Residents call the OCD and Anxiety Center in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, home for an average of 45 to 60 days in this intensive level of care.
Our core therapy is a mix of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) with an emphasis on exposure and response prevention (ERP). Through ERP, our team works to develop hierarchies for gradual, but increasing, exposure to what drives obsessions and compulsions. Studies continue to demonstrate the effectiveness of this approach, as do outcome studies conducted by Rogers.
In addition to individual, group, and family therapy sessions, experiential therapy plays a key role in treatment. This can include art, music, horticultural therapy, indoor exercise and challenges. And with our setting among the lakes and woods of southeastern Wisconsin, residents may find themselves on our ropes and challenge course, walking trails or, in the summer, using the kayaks and paddleboards on a nearby lake.
At Rogers, we want our residents to better function at school and with friends and family. That makes family an important part of treatment and recovery.
We expect family members to be involved in a child’s treatment weekly. By attending family sessions and group education, parents become actively involved in helping teens build skills in communication and cooperation, and learn how the illness fits within the context of their family.
Family dynamics are explored during adventure-based experiences that our therapists lead in a safe and secure environment. Parents can also help their child practice behavior and management strategies during therapeutic visits.
We know it’s important to maintain a teen’s schooling as much as possible. We offer education services, staffed by certified teachers with experience in working with students with behavioral, emotional, or cognitive issues. They will, with consent, work directly with the teen’s school and make recommendations to aid their return to school upon discharge.
A typical day provides the structure and framework for adolescents to work on their exposure hierarchy, progress through individual, group and family therapy sessions, attend to homework, go on outings, and more. This is just a sampling of a typical schedule:
CBT or group therapy
Physical fitness activity
Therapy assignments, schoolwork
Nutrition or health education group
Family time or recreation activity
Experiential therapy group
Residents stay busy, but they do have time for breaks and personal activity. Family may visit on the weekends and participate in therapeutic passes. Treatment can also include community outings and guest speakers.
The personal involvement of Rogers’ full-time, board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrists and clinical psychologists is one reason why the Rogers Adolescent Center for OCD and Anxiety is one of the nation’s best resources helping teens with OCD and related anxiety disorders get their lives back. But that dedication extends to all members of the team who will engage patients in gaining essential skills to address their unique, and often complex, needs.
At the Adolescent Center, our staff excels at providing a variety of experiences that teens can use to relate to their own issues. They then help each teen transfer this awareness and understanding into daily living skills such as communication, family interaction, personal achievement, and self-responsibility. Our staff is specifically trained for this age group and includes:
In addition, patients have on-site access to experts who can consult for eating disorders, addiction, and other behavioral health concerns.
Amanda Heins, PsyD, is a licensed clinical psychologist who practices full-time at Rogers Behavioral Health’s Oconomowoc Campus. Dr. Heins serves as the supervising psychologist for OCD and ...
Peter M. Lake, MD, is a board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrist and adult psychiatrist who practices full-time at Rogers Behavioral health in Oconomowoc. Dr. Lake joined Rogers' medical ...
As manager, operations for the OCD and Anxiety Center Children's Residential Care, OCD and Anxiety Center Adolescent Residential Care, and the OCD and Anxiety Adult Residential Care, Eddie ...
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Our adolescent residential care facility for OCD and anxiety features soothing décor, bright windows and welcoming community spaces combine with therapeutic spaces and comfortable, semi-private bedrooms that can accommodate up to 24 residents.
Located on 50 acres of wooded property in southeastern Wisconsin, our outstanding on-site facilities and activities include an indoor gymnasium and art studio. Set between two lakes, teens have access to a ropes and challenge course, playing fields, hiking trails and year-round lake activities.
Our ideal location between Madison and Milwaukee offers off-site experiences in both urban and wilderness settings. Whether at Milwaukee’s lakefront, a museum, going on a camping trip, caving, or touring a university campus, residents actively use their living skills in a variety of environments.
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