Trauma-Focused Mental Health Care
70% of adults in the U.S. experience some type of traumatic event at least once in their lives. If you are struggling with the effects of trauma, our world-renowned experts are here to help you. Contact us today to talk about your treatment options.
At McLean, we understand that traumatic events or experiences can be unique to the individual. For some, the experience of trauma results in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other trauma-related disorders.
We offer tailored, specialized treatment for PTSD, dissociative disorders, and other related disorders. Care targets the difficulties faced at each stage of the trauma recovery process.
The expert staff in our two levels of care are here to help you resume meaningful activities, connect in healthy and supportive relationships, and pursue values-based goals.
Our partial hospital program (day treatment) provides education, support, and trauma-focused skills to help patients better understand and manage the impact of trauma on day-to-day functioning. The average length of treatment is 10-15 days, but is dependent on the needs of the patient.
Partial hospital programming is ideal for those who need intensive treatment but do not require the around-the-clock support of inpatient care. Our day program is designed for those new to trauma recovery as well as those who have previously moved to other stages of recovery, but currently are struggling due to life circumstances or exacerbation of trauma symptoms.
Our outpatient program offers individual and group therapy. Treatment emphasizes mitigating the intensity of trauma-related emotions, modifying extreme, unhelpful trauma-related thinking, and reducing avoidance behaviors.
Our outpatient option is best suited for those with established coping skills and the ability to maintain safety and stability for the duration of trauma treatment. On average, patients participate in the program for 3-6 months.
Please note: Our programming is currently offered online only.
“I am grateful for the time and opportunity I was given in the program. I feel like I am journeying outside of the darkness now. Life has begun to bud and I feel the sun on my face.”– Hill Center patient