A variety of outpatient treatment options are available to you at Serenity Trauma Healing Center. For some patients, a Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is the best approach. It provides the highest level of care with 30 hours a week of individual therapy. Patients receive five days a week of various types of treatment, including cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness, neurofeedback therapy, fitness, movement, massage, and acupuncture. These treatments target dual-diagnosis patients who have completed other intensive programs and who continue to deal with underlying psychological trauma.
If you’re looking to continue living your day-to-day life while also getting the care you need for anxiety, depression, or addiction, our outpatient care programs are the ideal option. The PHP program is designed to help a wide range of clients including those who have completed:
- An inpatient program
- A mental health residential program
- A drug and alcohol treatment program
- An eating disorder treatment program
It is also available for clients who are transitioning from a psychiatric hospital or those who are looking for an alternative to residential treatment. Our PHP program is structured and individualized for each client’s needs.
To enroll in this program, you can live in a local sober living home, Airbnb, or you can commute from your residence.
What the Program Involves
The PHP program includes 30 hours a week of individual therapy, which equates to six hours of therapy a day, five days a week.
Program details include:
- 10 hours of Brainspotting and/or EMDR – Access hidden parts of the brain
- 4 hours of Somatic Therapy – Restore self-regulation by releasing pent-up survival energy in the body.
- 3 hours of Mindfulness – Achieve moment-by-moment awareness of their emotions, thoughts, bodily sensations, and the environment
- 3 hours of Neurofeedback Therapy – Train the brain to function more efficiently
- 2 hours of skills and/or Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) – Develop the skills needed to manage painful emotions and to change negative thinking patterns
- 2 hours of yoga – A profoundly therapeutic activity that offers physical and psychological benefits to help you feel nourished and centered
- 1 hour of acupuncture – A helpful somatic therapy that helps to rebalance the brain after significant stress and trauma
- 1 hour of fitness – Improve physical strength and overall health with a fitness routine
- 1 hour of movement – Includes healing, martial, and dance arts to empower and connect the mind, body, spirit, and emotion
- 1 hour of massage – Reduces stress and anxiety while improving health issues such as headaches, soft tissue strains, and pain throughout the body
- 1 hour of art therapy – Enables personal growth, transformation, and insight while also helping clients to connect to their internal side
This outpatient program and the other services we offer are designed to treat dual diagnosis clients with an emphasis on underlying psychological trauma.
The partial hospitalization program for mental health also includes activities designed to improve your entire well-being. Modalities such as fitness activities and yoga keep you physically and mentally healthy, creating the ideal environment for healing.
Getting Help Doesn’t Have to Take You Away from Daily Life
Many people who suffer from eating disorders, anxiety, depression, or even drug addiction think that treatment is only available in an inpatient format. While inpatient treatment is an effective method for treating a variety of mental and trauma-based disorders, outpatient services have also proven to be beneficial. In most inpatient programs a patient will have 1 to 5 individual sessions a week; however, in our PHP program, a patient receives 6 individual sessions a day, equaling 30 individual sessions a week.
At Serenity Trauma Center, our partial hospitalization program is available for those who are undergoing anxiety treatment, drug and alcohol treatment, depression treatment, and other mental health issues that stem from trauma.
Please contact us for more information about our partial hospitalization program.