Reasons to Trust McLean With Your Care
- Consistently ranked a Best Hospital by U.S. News & World Report
- Top-quality patient care, informed by the latest research
- Staff are joint-appointed as members of the teaching faculty at Harvard Medical School
- McLean is accredited by The Joint Commission, the national governing body for hospitals who annually ensure McLean meets their high standards
- McLean is a member of Mass General Brigham, giving patients access to untold medical consultation and other key resources
- Ongoing quality efforts, like gathering patient satisfaction responses and tracking treatment outcomes, ensuring constant improvement in patient care
Who We Treat
McLean offers high-quality mental health treatment for individuals of all ages experiencing a wide array of symptoms and diagnoses.
Our programs are ideal for those who are having trouble identifying mental health diagnoses or struggling with managing symptoms. We specialize in hard-to-treat cases and in working with individuals who have been in treatment but are not achieving their desired treatment goals.
Learn more about our world-class care for:
McLean provides comprehensive support for individuals who want to reduce chemical dependency and regain control of their lives. Knowing that substance use is often seen alongside other psychiatric disorders, such as depression, anxiety, and trauma, our programs leverage the expertise and wide-ranging mental health and evaluative services throughout McLean Hospital. With treatment options from short-term detox to insurance-based and self-pay, around-the-clock residential care, individuals have access to the care that best suits their needs.
Over 40 million American adults are affected by anxiety, making anxiety disorders the most common mental health conditions in the United States. At McLean Hospital, we are committed to providing support for individuals with anxiety disorders through world-class treatment, innovative research into causes and cures, and robust education for patients and families, clinicians, and the broader community.
McLean offers high-quality inpatient, residential, outpatient, and community-based programs for patients who live with bipolar disorder. Our staff have specialized expertise in treating this patient population and in providing individualized support and education to family members and help to coordinate care with community clinicians, social service agencies, families, and other support systems.
Borderline Personality Disorder
McLean has specialized residential and partial hospital (day) programs and outpatient care for BPD—as well as an array of treatments for coexisting diagnoses and symptoms, such as depression, anxiety, addiction, and trauma. Our specialized therapeutic approaches, including dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and mentalization-based treatment (MBT), help patients with the goal of improving interpersonal and relationship skills and reducing self-destructive behaviors.
From short-term crisis care to ongoing outpatient services, depression treatment at McLean includes behavioral therapies and medication consultation. McLean specializes in treating coexisting mental health diagnoses that may accompany depression, and patients benefit from the expertise and consultative services throughout the hospital.
Our residential and partial hospital program for women specializes in the treatment of anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorder. Recognizing that each young woman has a distinct set of issues that contribute to her eating disorder, we also understand that many also struggle with co-occurring conditions, such as substance misuse, mood and anxiety disorders, trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder, and medical issues. We work to help individuals through the mental and physical challenges on the pathway to recovery.
We are committed to providing robust care, support, and education resources for adults and children with obsessive compulsive disorder. Our residential, day, and outpatient programs focus on providing skills for patients to manage their illnesses on their own. McLean is a leader in exposure and response prevention therapy and other behavioral therapies proven to help children and adults who struggle with OCD.
Staff in our inpatient, residential, outpatient, and community-based programs for patients who live with schizophrenia have specialized expertise in treating this patient population and in providing individualized support and education to family members. McLean is dedicated to continuity of services during transitions and helps to coordinate care with community clinicians, social service agencies, families, and other support systems.
Trauma and Dissociative Disorders
McLean provides exceptional care for trauma and trauma-related disorders such as PTSD and dissociative identity disorder. Our inpatient and day program services for women experiencing the effects of childhood abuse or other traumatic events maintain a strong reputation for their balanced emphasis on stabilization and healing. We also offer outpatient care for an array of trauma symptoms and diagnoses, including specialty services for first responders.