McLean Hospital 115 Mill Street Belmont, MA 02478
At the Dissociative Disorders and Trauma Inpatient Program, we provide a comprehensive range of services for adults who suffer from the effects of childhood abuse or other painful traumatic events.
Our staff is particularly attuned to the needs of our patient population and has extensive experience working with individuals who have presented with such conditions as depression, post-traumatic stress and personality disorders.
If you suffer from intrusive thoughts and feelings related to traumatic events, emotional numbing and social isolation, memory difficulties, altered perceptions and personality fragmentation, our program may be right for you. Many trauma survivors also experience intense difficulties with trust and relationships, shame and negative self-images, and self-destructive or suicidal impulses that further complicate treatment.
The Dissociative Disorders and Trauma Inpatient Program is located in Proctor House, one of several historic buildings on the McLean campus. Though McLean Hospital is located only minutes from Boston, its setting offers a pleasant, peaceful environment that enables patients to focus on improving their mental health. The program facilities offer comfortable bedrooms, common areas for groups and conversation, and access to a fitness facility with state of the art equipment