OCD AND ANXIETY
For some kids and adults, working through your challenges with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and related anxiety disorders can be resolved with specialized outpatient treatment without too much disruption in your life. For others, this less intensive level of treatment may be just what you need after treatment in a residential or inpatient care setting.
Partial hospitalization care
(6 to 7 hours a day/4 to 5 days a week, 4 to 6 weeks)
In these settings, we focus on the same evidence-based therapies used in all our OCD programming:
After an initial assessment, our multidisciplinary team led by specialists in OCD and anxiety care will work with you on developing an exposure hierarchy and goals to guide you in progressing through your therapy. Our primary goal is to help you learn strategies to reduce your symptoms and support you for the rest of your life – all while being able to participate in family, school or work activities, depending on your treatment.
Not sure what treatment or level of care is right for you?
Don't worry, we are here to help guide you in what option fits you best during your free screening.
Call 800-767-4411 or click the button below to request a screening.
Free OCD & Anxiety Screening
If your child is on the autism spectrum and faces anxiety or OCD as co-occurring disorders, Rogers offers a unique program to help. Our staff draws upon expertise in anxiety, mood disorders, and OCD treatment to help your child meet these particular behavioral challenges.
Brown Deer, WI
West Allis, WI
San Francisco, CA
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Kids, teens and adults learn how to manage their OCD and anxiety in residential care.
Daytime programming for general mental health, anxiety, depression and more.
We offer inpatient care to help you gain stability before safely entering lower levels of care.