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This program is now offering virtual programming through telehealth.
Women's Partial Hospital Program
The Women's Partial Hospital Program at Butler Hospital helps women manage depression, anxiety, substance abuse, problematic behaviors and other psychiatric disorders. In the program, you will learn dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), which helps manage suicidal thoughts, self-injurious behavior, and feelings that are overwhelming to you. The program runs Monday through Friday starting at 9 a.m. and ending at 3:00 p.m.
With a focus on practical problem-solving, the Women's Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Program teaches the skills needed to cope and effectively manage challenging relationships, situations, thoughts, and feelings. In an effort to change a very painful state of mind as a result of these challenges, you may be engaging in a variety of behaviors, such as self-injury, binge eating, reckless driving, compulsive cleaning, etc. A second focus of DBT is on validation, a powerful tool whereby you, with the help of your treatment team, work on accepting uncomfortable thoughts, feelings, and behaviors rather than struggling with them. Through this process the idea of change no longer appears impossible.
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The Women's DBT Partial Hospital Program provides group education sessions and individual therapy. Group sessions are helpful in learning new coping skills. Individual sessions with a therapist are an opportunity to talk about how you can apply those skills to your own personal life and situations. Medication management and aftercare planning are also provided.
Dialectical behavior therapy is designed to help you overcome many health concerns, including but not limited to:
- Feeling suicidal much of the time.
- Hurting yourself to change the way you feel.
- Living a chaotic, painful life.
- Remaining depressed despite treatment.
- Experiencing spells of emotional "numbness."
- Feeling painfully empty.
- Experiencing fears of being abandoned.
- Trouble tolerating emotions.
- Eating too much or too little.
- Being unable to stop thinking about a traumatic painful past.
- Having numerous psychiatric hospitalizations.
- Painful relationships.
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The average length of stay in the program is five to seven days but may vary based on individual needs. We ask that you make attendance in the program a priority during this time and that you not miss any days of the program.
On a typical day, you will participate in four DBT education skills training sessions, two in the morning and two in the afternoon with 10–15 minute breaks in between. You will also meet one-on-one with your therapist and/or doctor. There is a one-hour break for lunch at noontime.
- Picture identification.
- Insurance card.
- List of current medications.
- Name and contact information for current outpatient providers.
- Lunch (or you may use the cafeteria services).
- Many people find it helpful to bring a notebook.
Your treatment team will help develop an after-care plan that's right for you. There is also a free six-month DBT Skills Class that meets once a week on Tuesdays from 5:15 to 7 p.m. Anyone who has recently completed the Women's Dialectical Behavior Therapy Program and has not attended the six-month class previously is welcome.
The involvement of your family and others who play a significant role in your life is sometimes important to the success of your recovery. Family and couples sessions are arranged as needed. No contact will be made with your family or others without your consent, except in the case of an emergency.
Staff members are always available to talk with you and to provide support and personal assistance.Meet the Team
Effective immediately the DBT aftercare group held on Tuesday evenings is canceled.” *Posted 3/16/20*