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Outpatient Programs Overview
Learn about outpatient programs offered at Belmont Behavioral Health System in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
For more than 80 years, Belmont Behavioral Health System in Philadelphia has maintained a tradition of providing premiere treatment to individuals who are in need of comprehensive mental and behavioral healthcare. In order to meet the varying needs of all who are entrusted into our care, we offer an array of both inpatient and outpatient treatment programs.
Outpatient programming at Belmont Behavioral Health System provides a full continuum of behavioral healthcare and substance abuse treatment services for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults. The department’s professionals perform comprehensive psychiatric evaluations, thorough assessments, psychotherapy, medication management, and psychological testing, among an assortment of other services.
Outpatient programming at Belmont Behavioral Health System in Philadelphia is tailored to meet the needs of individuals who are experiencing a number of concerns, including the following:
- Mood disorders
- Anxiety disorders
- Obsessions and compulsions
- Bipolar disorder
- Codependency issues
- Family and marital problems
- Adjustment reactions
- Relationship problems
The specific treatment programs offered in the outpatient continuum of care at Belmont Behavioral Health System include the following:
Partial Hospitalization Treatment Program (PHP)
Partial hospitalization program at Belmont Behavioral Health System in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
This program is designed for individuals who are at risk of hospitalization and require structured, therapeutic assistance in order to find stabilization from their psychiatric illness. The partial program can be an effective, short-term, community-based alternative to hospitalization for those who need intensive treatment, or it can serve as part of the progression of treatment between inpatient care and traditional outpatient services.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program (IOP)
Intensive outpatient program at Belmont Behavioral Health System in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The intensive outpatient program is offered for adults and is designed to minimize a patient’s absence from work and family, while still allowing him or her to receive the intensive, thorough treatment necessary in order to overcome the struggles he or she is facing. Patients in IOP receive effective treatment that is personalized to meet their needs and enhance their progress. This program is ideal for patients who are in need of more support than traditional one-to-one outpatient services alone, but may not require the level of care offered through partial hospitalization.
Adult Outpatient Psychiatry
Outpatient psychiatry services for adults and older adults at Belmont Behavioral Health System in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Adults and older adults may receive comprehensive outpatient psychiatric services through our outpatient psychiatry program. Treatment issues are evaluated on a case-by-case basis, and the staff includes an interdisciplinary team of psychiatrists, psychologists, licensed social workers, and an art therapist. The treatment teams within this program are dedicated to maintaining a standard of excellence in offering comprehensive psychiatric evaluations, psychotherapy, and medication management, among other services, to the patients partaking in this program.
Child and Adolescent Outpatient Psychiatry
Outpatient psychiatry services for children and adolescents at Belmont Behavioral Health System in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Comprehensive outpatient services are offered for children, starting at the age of five, and adolescents through our outpatient psychiatry program. With programming similar to that which is provided in the adult outpatient psychiatry program, the child and adolescent program offers special components that are designed to meet the needs of our young patients. The special features offered to children include a separate child therapy room where child psychologists and other members of treatment teams conduct play therapy in order to help with a range of problems that children and adolescents face, such as behavioral and learning difficulties at school.