Psychiatric and Emotional Disorders Treatment
What is outpatient psychiatric and emotional disorders treatment?
For people with psychiatric and emotional disorders who do not require 24-hour inpatient care, Mirmont Outpatient Center is a cost-effective option.
Although it is a day program, Mirmont Outpatient Center provides the structure and intensity that is typical of an inpatient program. The center's treatment team is led by a board-certified psychiatrist and provides a multifaceted, therapeutic experience on a daily basis.
Outpatient psychiatric and emotional disorders treatment program
Mirmont Outpatient Center provides structured, personalized, clinically intensive, partial hospitalization programs (PHP) and intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) for patients 14 years and above with psychiatric and emotional disorders.
Mirmont outpatient centers offers numerous specialty care groups designed to provide the personalized care and attention you need.
One of these is an adult IOP specifically for 18 to 25-year-olds. This program:
- Is geared towards helping young people who may be facing various pressures and stressors during this transitional phase of life
- Focuses on addressing the challenges and new responsibilities with which they are tasked
- Helps guide them in being successful in their day-to-day lives.
Group therapy programs are designed to serve those who need the structure and intensity found in inpatient psychiatric programs but who do not require 24-hour inpatient care.
Outpatient psychiatric treatment schedule
Mirmont Outpatient Centers offer morning, afternoon and evening appointments to meet the needs of work and school schedules. Due to COVID-19, limited services are being held in-person, but the majority are available via telehealth appointments.
Free transportation is available for those who need it. Inquire about this when you call for an evaluation.
At admission, a series of clinical assessments will be conducted in order to identify specific needs upon which the individualized treatment plan will be based. Length of stay varies based on the individual's needs.
Outpatient psychiatric and emotional disorders treatment team
The medical director, who is also a board-certified psychiatrist, leads the treatment team. The team may include licensed therapists, psychiatric nurses, activities/recreational therapists, and educational coordinators who combine their skills to provide an intensive, daily, therapeutic experience.
Outpatient psychiatric and emotional disorders therapeutic services
- Group therapy
- Coping skills-based groups
- Solution-focused groups
- Medication management
- Family meetings
- Coping skills-based groups
- Creative / expressive therapy
- Activities therapy (PHP adolescents)
- Education coordination (PHP adolescents)
- Personalized treatment and aftercare plans
- Drug / alcohol education