OCD and Anxiety
Autism and Anxiety and Mood Disorders
Depression and other Mood Disorders
Trauma Recovery (PTSD)
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Our new residential OCD, Anxiety, and Depression Center for adolescents (age 13 to 17) offers the care, hope, and support for children with a primary diagnosis of an anxiety disorder with significant co-occurring depression.
Led by a board-certified psychiatrist, our multi-disciplinary team works together adolescents in our care to address their OCD and anxiety through cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), exposure and response prevention (ERP), and behavioral activation. To address a child’s depression we also incorporate dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) components throughout treatment in both individual and group settings.
Additionally, family involvement and education are key components of recovery that allow for more effective treatment and eases the transition after treatment.
Children in our care experience a home-like setting on our Oconomowoc, Wisconsin campus. They participate in individual, group, and family therapy sessions, while also having time for breaks, group outings, and more.
In addition to individual sessions with a psychiatrist and other treatment team members, they have access to residential care specialists 24 hours a day, who provide assistance and one-on-one support to help children stay on track with their treatment goals.
Bradley L. Erickson, MD, is board certified in both adult psychiatry and in child and adolescent psychiatry, and serves as medical director of Child and Adolescent Inpatient Care and OCD, Anxiety, ...
Melissa Stoffel, MS, LPC, is a licensed counselor at Rogers in Oconomowoc, where she serves as manager, operations for two adolescent residential care programs: Focus Depression Recovery and the ...
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