OCD, Anxiety, and Depression Center Adult Residential Care
Residential OCD, Anxiety, and Depression Center for adults open in Oconomowoc
Our residential OCD, Anxiety, and Depression Center in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, provides the care and support needed for adults with a primary diagnosis of OCD or other anxiety disorder with significant co-occurring depression. Patients can expect a stay of six to nine weeks, but timing depends on each patient’s individual progress and situation.
Led by a board-certified psychiatrist, our multi-disciplinary team works together to address OCD and anxiety symptoms as well as depressive symptoms. Patients participate in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), exposure and response prevention (ERP), and behavioral activation (BA). We also incorporate specific dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) components throughout treatment to build distress tolerance, crises management, and effective communication insight and skills.
A combination of group and individual work is facilitated by the patient’s therapist, experiential therapists, behavior specialists, and residential care specialists. When appropriate, patients will have opportunities to participate in off-campus activities designed to help them work on treatment goals in community-based activities. The treatment team understands that change can be difficult for patients, and we support change by tying motivation to each patient’s stated treatment goals. Patients who approach their stay in the program with willingness, active participation, and effort, tend to be more successful during their stay.
A typical day provides the structure and framework for patients to progress through treatment by participating in individual and group therapy sessions, go on off-campus outings, and more. This is just a sampling of a typical schedule.
|Flex/personal time||Assignment time||Unplugged time (engaging in activities that do not include electronic devices|
|Assignment time||Flex/personal time||Community outing|
|Experiential therapy||Community outing/public exposures||Assignment time|
|Mindfulness||DBT and CBT group||Game room/Gym activities|
|Assignment time||Personal/phone time|
Nicholas Mahoney, DO
Program Medical Director, OCD, Anxiety, and Depression Center Adult Residential Care, Psychiatrist
Nicholas Mahoney, DO, is a board-certified psychiatrist at Rogers Behavioral Health in Oconomowoc where he serves as program medical director of OCD, Anxiety, and Depression Adult Residential Care, optimizing evidence-based clinical care.
Dr. Mahoney graduated Suma Cum Laude and with University Honors from Dominican University in River Forest, Illinois. He earned a Bachelor of Science with majors in Biology and Biochemistry and a minor in physics. Dr. Mahoney earned his Doctor of Osteopathy degree from the Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine where he was awarded the Clinical Psychiatry Award. He completed his psychiatry residency at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics.
Dr. Mahoney is a member of the Wisconsin Medical Society, American Psychiatric Association, Wisconsin, and Wisconsin Psychiatric Association.
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