Evidence Based Treatment Centers of Seattle, Washington (206) 374-0109
The Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) provides intensive treatment for children and adults with severe to very severe OCD, school refusal, and other anxiety disorders. The goal of intensive treatment is to provide focused, highly structured and individualized therapy. Intensive treatment is considered appropriate when someone cannot function at their optimal level; for instance, when they cannot go to school, work, or participate in social / family activities.
AMITA Health Alexian Brothers Behavioral Health Hospital Hoffman Estates : 855.383.2224 , 855.MyAMITA (692.6482)
The School Anxiety/Refusal program at AMITA Health Behavioral Medicine Institute helps students overcome their school-related fears through proven medication and exposure and response (ERP) strategies based on real-world evidence of what works.
The Child and Adolescent Treatment Program at the Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders offers clinical services to young people experiencing difficulty with fears, anxiety, shyness, and other related disorders such as depression.
We offer a comprehensive treatment program for school refusal, which consists of four main components. These components include specialized assessment of the school refusal, child-focused behavioral treatment, parent management training, and school consultation.
The Center offers specialized treatment for children, adolescents, and adults with anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive and related disorders, and trauma- and stressor-related disorders. Treatment at the Center is cognitive-behavioral in orientation and typically time limited (10 to 20 sessions). Patients meet one-on-one with a therapist for one or more sessions each week.
Currently the CAADC is funded by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) to carry out several research programs assessing treatments for child anxiety, individual psychotherapy, family psychotherapy, or some combination of these approaches
Our research goals are to increase our understanding of childhood anxiety and develop state of the art treatments for severe anxiety that are easily available to children and families. Clinically, we specialize in our ability to integrated cognitive-behavioral and pharmacological assessments and treatments
Individualized Treatment Program, Dr. Jerry Bubrick, director of the OCD Service, is directly involved in every child’s treatment, providing an initial diagnostic evaluation, overseeing and participating in exposure therapy and meeting with parents weekly to discuss progress and homework.
Their partial hospitalization program (PHP)serves patients age 12 to 17 with diagnoses including, but not limited to: Mood disorders, such as depression and bipolar disorder, Anxiety disorders, Eating disorders, Adjustment disorders, Thought disorders not requiring hospitalization, such as paranoia and hallucinations
High quality clinical care for children and adolescents suffering from a range of anxiety and affective disorders. The PCAAD program provides comprehensive, state-of-the-art treatment based on current research in the area of childhood anxiety and mood disorder.
The School Refusal Program begins with an initial diagnostic evaluation, as well as a consultation with the child's school. During the evaluation and subsequent consultations, we seek to identify the function of school refusal in order to determine an appropriate treatment.
At the Anita Saltz Institute for Anxiety and Mood Disorders at the Child Study Center, our mental health experts assess your child’s behavior and emotions, and tailor a treatment plan to his or her needs.
The Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Inpatient Serviceoffers comprehensive diagnostic evaluation and treatment of children and adolescents (typical age ranges from 5-17 years old) with a variety of emotional and behavioral problems including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, severe disruptive behavior, and suicide attempts.
They provides quality treatment for school refusal/school avoidance which commonly co-occurs with anxiety and depression. KCCAT staff are specifically trained in the use of Cognitive Behavior Therapies (CBT) and Exposure and Response/Ritual Prevention (ERP), a first-line, evidence-based treatment for OCD and anxiety disorders.
We base our program on a cutting edge treatment protocol for school refusal called “Dialectical Behavior Therapy – School Refusal” (DBT-SR). DBT-SR uses multiple modalities to directly address the emotional and behavioral dyscontrol that drives and maintains school refusal behavior.
Our clinical team uses a form of cognitive behavioral therapy called exposure with response prevention (ERP). The treatment of choice for individuals with OCD, ERP strengthens a child’s ability to manage anxiety by gradually facing fears and reducing the repetitive rituals of OCD.
We take school refusal seriously as it can lead to higher rates of dropping out, social difficulties, academic difficulties, and an increased sense of anxiety that can be generalized to other situations.
The Children's Day Unit (CDU) is an outpatient day hospital program located at the New York State Psychiatric Institute/Columbia University Medical Center. The CDU is comprised of research participants and adolescents ages 13 to 18 years from the community who require intensive outpatient care.
Plena’s partial hospitalization program (weekdays 8:30 am - 3:30 pm) and intensive outpatient program (weekdays 3:30-5:30 pm) services children and adolescents (ages 7 to 16) who: Struggle to manage symptoms of anxiety, depression, or mood dysregulation