The Youth Program at GenPsych serves children 8-12 years old and is an outpatient program offering both Partial Care treatment as well as Intensive Outpatient Programming. Our program aims to help children struggling with various concerns related to mood, anxiety, and interpersonal conflict.
Adolescent Program (Ages 13-17)
The GenPsych Adolescent program serves teens ages 13-18 struggling with a variety of mental health symptoms. We assist clients with concerns related to home, school, family, and interpersonal relationships.
Adult Substance Use Programs
Your comfort, well-being, and recovery are our top priorities at GenPsych. Our experienced and highly credentialed clinical team prides itself on providing discrete, high-quality care in a relaxed, welcoming, and empowering environment.
Adult Mental Health Program
Congratulations on taking the first step to improving your mental health! Finding effective treatment can be tough in a sea of information. GenPsych can help you navigate those seas no matter the struggles you’re experiencing. We specialize in providing treatment for symptoms and concerns related to a multitude of problems and diagnoses. Whether you have previously received a diagnosis or you’re seeking help for the first time, let GenPsych’s highly qualified staff assist you in reaching your mental health goals.
Eating Disorder Program
The Eating Disorders Program at GenPsych is a highly effective, research-based program specifically designed to help adults and adolescents suffering from Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder, Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder, and Other Specified Feeding or Eating Disorders. Patients are provided with interventions to decrease eating disorder behaviors, normalize eating patterns, and improve coping skills.
Outpatient treatment is vital in symptom maintenance and ongoing recovery. At GenPsych, we offer medication management and individual therapy to provide you with this essential level of care.
Partial Hospitalization And Intensive Outpatient
Partial Hospitalization and Intensive Outpatient are comprehensive programs offered to help individuals struggling with a variety of mental health and/or substance use concerns.
The Anxiety Center
Dialectical Behavior Therapy Program
The core skills of DBT are zen mindfulness-based, teaching clients how to increase awareness by noticing thoughts, feelings, and body sensations, and then strengthening attention back to the present moment. Over time, this helps clients cultivate the experience of living life from a place of “wise mind,” or centered intuition, instead of reacting to life through behavioral patterns, emotional impulses, and black-and-white thinking.