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PHP - Partial Hospitalization Program

What is PHP?

A Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) is an intensive outpatient treatment program that offers an alternative to inpatient psychiatric care. It provides comprehensive, multi-disciplinary mental health treatment services while allowing patients to return home at night. PHPs are designed for individuals who require more support than typical outpatient care but less than 24-hour hospitalization. This level of care is ideal for patients transitioning from inpatient treatment or those whose conditions are severe enough to require close, structured support without full hospitalization.

Why Choose The Anxiety Center for PHP?

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Tailored Intensive Care

At The Anxiety Center, our PHP offers a level of care that is deeply tailored to the needs of individuals struggling with anxiety, depression, and other mental health issues. Our program is designed to provide intensive, comprehensive care without the need for full hospitalization.

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Focus on Reintegration

We prioritize not just stabilization but also reintegration into everyday life. Our PHP is designed to help patients develop the skills they need to manage their conditions effectively in their daily environments, promoting independence and resilience.

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Multidisciplinary Team

Our team comprises highly qualified and experienced mental health professionals who specialize in a range of therapies. This multidisciplinary approach ensures that all aspects of a patient's condition are addressed, combining the latest treatment modalities with personalized care.

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Continuity of Care

One of the critical advantages of choosing The Anxiety Center’s PHP is the seamless continuity of care. Patients transitioning from inpatient to outpatient settings, or those needing significant support in managing their conditions, find a structured yet flexible environment that supports their recovery journey

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Community and Support

Patients at The Anxiety Center’s PHP benefit from becoming part of a supportive community that includes peers facing similar challenges. This network provides both support and motivation, enhancing the therapeutic process.

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How Does PHP Work?

PHP typically involves participation in a structured series of therapeutic programs during the day, including individual and group therapy, psychiatric consultations, and possibly other treatments such as art therapy or meditation. Programs generally run five to seven days a week for several hours each day. Here’s how a PHP typically operates:

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Assessment

Upon entering a PHP, patients undergo a thorough assessment to tailor treatment plans to their specific needs, including psychiatric, psychological, and medical evaluations.

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Scheduled Therapy

Patients participate in scheduled therapeutic activities designed to address their particular mental health issues. These activities often include CBT, DBT, psychoeducation, and skills training sessions.

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Medical Oversight

Patients receive regular psychiatric oversight and medication management if needed, ensuring that treatment adjustments are made promptly.

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Supportive Environment

PHP provides a supportive environment that helps stabilize patients with continuous access to mental health professionals.

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Transition and Discharge Planning

Throughout the PHP, the focus is not only on immediate improvement but also on planning for successful transition to less intensive levels of care, ensuring long-term management of the patient’s condition.

Disorders that we treat

Know more about our special approach of the conditions that we treat

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Anxiety

General, Health, Social, etc.

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PANS & PANDAS

Pediatric Neuropsychiatric

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Mood Disorder

Bipolar, Depression, Disruptive

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Neurodevelopmental D.

Autism, ADHD, etc.

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Behavioral Disorders

Attention, Borderline, etc.

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