The Integrated Therapies Program provides intensive treatment in a partial hospital setting for patients with acute psychiatric and/or substance related problems.
Through a multidisciplinary team approach to patient care, the program’s psychiatrists and clinical specialists provide individual, group and family therapy; medication management; and aftercare planning tailored to the needs of each patient.
Staffed to deliver individualized care and conduct smaller, more intimate therapy groups, the average clinician to patient ratio is 1:5. With respect and compassion, the treatment team empowers patients to maximize their potential.
The Integrated Therapies Program takes place in Butler Hospital’s partial hospital setting. Partial hospital programs have proven to be successful in helping patients manage acute psychiatric disorders and/or substance related problems.
Offered five days a week, patients attend for six hours each day and return home in the evenings to practice the interpersonal and coping skills learned in the program. The length of stay varies according to patient needs; however, the recommended length of stay is five to seven days.
The program integrates evidenced-based therapies and educational groups to meet the individual needs of patients.
- Individual insight-oriented and supportive psychotherapy.
- Family and couples therapy.
- Existential therapy.
- Interpersonal group psychotherapy.
- Expressive therapy.
- Cognitive behavioral therapy.
- Dialectical behavioral therapy.
The Integrated Therapies Program at Butler Offers a combination
treatments and therapies that work best for each patient.
- Anxiety and panic management.
- Emotional regulation.
- Building social support systems.
- Relaxation training.
- Stress management.
- Anger management.
- Self-esteem enhancement.
- Assertiveness training.
- Interpersonal communication skills.
- Relapse prevention.
In addition, the program offers biomedical services including:
- Psychiatric evaluations.
- Psychotropic medication management.
- Laboratory tests.
- Internal medicine consultation.
- Nutrition consultation.
- Quantitative symptom assessment.
During the Integrated Therapies Program, a treatment team works with patients to determine the most helpful aftercare plan for their individual needs. Before leaving the program, patients will receive a discharge instruction sheet, which includes follow-up plans, outpatient appointments, and any necessary prescriptions.
To refer a patient, please call (401) 455-6553. (After business hours, please fax the Ambulatory Services Referral Form to (401) 455-6222.) The Integrated Therapies Program accepts most third party payments, including Medicare. Free parking is available.