Inpatient Crisis Stabilization
The inpatient unit at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas offers clinical and therapeutic approaches effective in treating many types and severities of psychiatric illnesses. The unit is small enough to allow personal attention to each patient's condition and need.
Psychiatrists on the medical staff at the hospital evaluate patients, manage/oversee patient care, consult with family members and work with trained and experienced healthcare professionals. Some commonly treated conditions include; schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression and detoxification for substance abuse.
Intensive Outpatient Program
At times, emotional difficulties and stressful life situations can be so overwhelming that a person can have trouble facing an average day. The intensive outpatient program at Texas Health Dallas offers an alternative that provides daily outpatient assistance to individuals. The program addresses the physical, emotional, spiritual and interpersonal needs of individuals with emotional difficulties and stressful life situations.
The goal of the intensive outpatient program is to help people either maintain or move toward the least restrictive treatment level possible. People can enter into the program directly from their everyday life or as a transition from hospitalization to home. The program is designed to offer daily support and emphasizes individual treatment planning. Individuals entering the program complete an extensive evaluation process, which allows the healthcare professionals caring for the individual to customize an individualized treatment plan. The program provides people with a safe place to talk, learn problem solving skills and stress reduction techniques.
The program uses a variety of therapeutic methods/approaches, including:
- Cognitive therapy techniques to help create a positive and hopeful outlook of the future
- Group therapy, where individuals share their struggles and hopes
- Life skills training
The program is dedicated to helping individuals return to a productive and fulfilling life. Life skills emphasized in the program include:
- Emotional health
- Nutrition and exercise
- Stress management
Women’s Intensive Outpatient Program
At times, emotional difficulties and stressful life situations unique to women may be so overwhelming that they can have trouble facing an average day. For these women, working with a psychologist or therapist once a week may not offer enough support, yet they may not require hospitalization either. Texas Health Dallas offers an alternative.
The women's intensive outpatient program addresses the physical, emotional, spiritual and interpersonal needs of women who face emotional difficulties and stressful life situations.
The program uses a variety of therapeutic approaches such as cognitive therapy, to help create a positive and hopeful outlook for the future; and group therapy, where individuals can share their struggles and hopes.
Services specifically tailored for women include:
- Postpartum depression
- Bipolar disorder
- Stress due to change-of-life issues
- Stress due to medical issues
- Grief and loss
To learn more about these programs, including costs and insurance payers accepted, call 214-345-7355. Seeking help can be the most positive and important decision of your life.