Adult Outpatient Services
At McLean Hospital, we recognize that you may need short-term outpatient care during difficult times in your life. We offer a wide range of outpatient services for adults coping with mental health issues.
Led by Program Director Diane Bedell, LICSW, our outpatient services are available for those who are stepping down from more intensive levels of care at McLean. However, additional openings may be available based on staff availability.
McLean’s treatment philosophy places a strong emphasis on patient education, and patients in our clinics are encouraged to function as partners in their own treatment.
Our approach to outpatient treatment is focused on comprehensive evaluation and stabilization. Care is tailored to the individual’s medical and personal needs and preferences.
A number of specialty outpatient programs focused on talk therapy—individual, group, couple, and family—are available including:
- Alcohol, Drug, and Addiction Outpatient Program
- Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder Outpatient Clinic
- Gunderson Outpatient Program
- McLean OnTrackTM
Most clinical services provided are designed to be short-term. Should longer-term treatment be necessary, we will assist you in finding appropriate community resources. Some longer-term treatment is provided in the form of group therapy and through services supported the residency training program.