Texas Health Behavioral Health's outpatient services include the partial hospital program, intensive outpatient program and counseling.

Partial Hospital Program

The partial hospital program is for individuals who do not need acute stabilization but still require nursing and physician services. The program offers comprehensive outpatient services for patients who do not require inpatient care or for patients who are transitioning from inpatient treatment. The goal is to help stabilize patients through the use of cognitive behavioral skills for daily living and self-management.

Partial hospital programs include:

  • Adult psychiatric care
  • Adult addiction treatment
  • Adolescent psychiatric care
  • Women's
  • Chronic illness

Intensive Outpatient Program

Intensive outpatient programs are for individuals needing a structured therapy program that offers counseling and education in a group setting. Led by experienced clinicians the programs provide daily support and a safe place to talk, learn problem-solving skills and practice stress-reduction techniques.

Intensive outpatient programs include:

  • Adult psychiatric care
  • Adult addiction treatment
  • Adolescent psychiatric care

We also offer the following specialized intensive outpatient programs:

  • Women
    The Texas Health Behavioral Health program for women is an outpatient program that addresses the treatment of depression in women, including postpartum depression, loss of a child (including miscarriage) and hormone-related depression. The women's outpatient program addresses the physical, emotional, spiritual and interpersonal needs of adult women who face emotional difficulties and stressful life situations.
  • LGBT
    Texas Health Behavioral Health offers a program specific for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) population, offering a safe, supportive and healing environment facilitated by clinicians who understand the diverse and unique psychological needs of the LGBT community. The program is uniquely designed to address mental health, alcohol and drug abuse issues faced by the LGBT community.
  • Young Adult
    The young adult program addresses the age-specific issues of young adults ages 18 to 25. The program is geared toward the behavioral health challenges that the young adult faces, including self-identity, graduation, independence, college pressures, change in family dynamics, introduction to work force, peer pressures, healthy relationships and alcohol or drug issues. The program encourages family participation and offers a weekly psycho-education component to include the whole family in the young adult's healthier lifestyle and overall transformation.
  • Working Professionals
    Texas Health Resources offers a program designed for the professional coping with work-related issues including stress, anxiety, workplace changes, burn-out, conflict with co-workers, effective coping skills and return-to-work anxiety. A significant benefit to the working professionals program is the ability for the professional to receive treatment while continuing to meet the obligations of work, home and family.

The Texas Health Behavioral Health program also works with professionals who require treatment to keep their license or certificate, or who are currently on leave of absence. The program targets overall stabilization, promotes achievement of realistic goals and helps transition professionals expeditiously back into a healthier workforce. Texas Health Behavioral Health clinicians are trained in assisting with FMLA and disability paperwork among HR, EAP and authorized personnel.

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