Mood and anxiety disorders like depression are some of the most common mental illnesses, and can be either chronic or episodic. Mood disorders may be caused by brain functioning, genetic disorder or a life event, causing individuals to be challenged with everyday life functions. Through a variety of treatment options, symptoms can be managed successfully. Early intervention is essential in all areas of medicine, including the treatment of psychiatric illnesses.
Starting with the Patient Assessment Services (PAS) team, the clinical teams work with the individual to evaluate the appropriate level of care needed to treat the current indications of illness. At times, patients require a level of intensive treatment only available through an inpatient stay, or participation in a partial hospital day program which offers the appropriate level of intervention or next level of care after an inpatient visit. Working with PAS, the team guides the patient, as well as any individuals serving as a support system, in selecting the appropriate inpatient, partial hospital or outpatient program to best address the person’s health needs.
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An inpatient unit specifically for teens age 13 to 17 years, the clinical team supports the child’s entire family or guardians to address the symptoms of mental illness including depression, anxiety, addiction, suicidal thoughts and self-harm.
We offer three adult inpatient units to meet the variety of acuity levels and symptoms of patients. With the supervision of a psychiatrist and working in group therapy sessions over a five to ten day stay, patients learn there is hope.
We offer inpatient services for adults aged 18 years or older needing a high level of psychiatric care for symptoms associated with major depression, bipolar, schizophrenia or other psychotic disorder.
Our clinical team offers individual and group therapy, peer support groups, medication management and coordination of treatment with your primary care provider. We help people resolve issues such as stress, anxiety and depression, family and marriage conflicts, and trauma-related behaviors.
This program is designed to meet the needs of matriculating college students, age 18 to 26 years old, who struggle to function in the academic environment due to mood related issues, such as depression.
Our Connect IOP is a program designed for young adults, ages 18 to 26, who are struggling with mood symptoms, such as depression, anxiety or other mental health concerns, as well as challenges with social functioning.
ECT is provided for both acute illnesses and on a maintenance schedule to prevent relapse. Suitability for ECT is evaluation by way of a consultation in conjunction with internal medicine and anesthesiology assessments.
This insurance-based program is designed specifically for Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Rhode Island members. HealthPath provides wrap around services for substance use and mental health disorders, including treatment of co-occurring disorders.
This program provides a new, highly effective treatment opportunity. The program utilizes exposure and response prevention (ERP), a type of psychotherapy proven most effective in treating those with persistent OCD and anxiety.
Neurosurgical procedures can help patients suffering from treatment-resistant psychiatric and neurological conditions including OCD, depression, Tourette’s and movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease.
The Residency Continuity Clinic (RCC) provides outpatient care for people seeking psychiatric evaluations and ongoing medication management.
The outpatient Universal Treatment Program (UTP) provides outpatient care for people seeking psychiatric evaluations and ongoing medication management and/or psychotherapy.
This outpatient clinic offers a novel therapy for treatment-resistant depression. The non-invasive technology, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), has demonstrated effectiveness to provide relief from previously persistent depressive symptoms.
The Transitional Outpatient Program (TOP) is designed to be short-term and focused on the initial months following a hospital stay so that patients can continue on their path to recovery.
This program is designed to meet the specific psychological needs of individuals 18 to 26 years old who identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, and who seek to address their mental health concerns in a supportive environment.
Our Adolescent PHP is a day program that serves adolescents, ages 13 to 17, who are struggling with depression, anxiety or other mood related symptoms, who would benefit from the five day a week, six hour program day model.
This program utilizes a form of talk therapy that focuses on thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is based on the philosophy that the way we think affects the way we feel, which also affects the way we act.
The Women's Partial Hospital Program at Butler Hospital helps women manage depression, anxiety, substance abuse, problematic behaviors and other psychiatric disorders.
The Young Adult Partial Hospital Program is designed to meet the specific needs of 18-to-26-years-olds. The supportive environment empowers young adults to learn how to gain control of their illness and strive to achieve their personal goals.