St. Mary's Good Samaritan
Partial Hospitalization Behavioral Health Program
For individuals who struggle with depression, bipolar disorder, or other mental health issues, it can be difficult to find the treatment that suits their needs. Sometimes, treatment once per week isn't enough, but at the same time, the responsibilities of life are still present and must be addressed.
For these individuals, partial hospitalization may be the answer.
Our program, Turning Point, provides a wide range of intensive therapies designed to help those individuals who require more than just a once-per-week appointment.
In Turning Point, each patient receives an individualized treatment plan that reflects his or her goals and objectives. Referring professionals are encouraged to participate in treatment planning if they wish to.
About Turning Point
This outpatient program is for adults 18 and older who are suffering from stress, anxiety, or depression. Individuals benefit from this program by receiving group therapy and support, and consultation with a psychiatrist for medication management, as needed. This intensive program typically delivers symptom improvement within two to four weeks.
- Group therapy
- Consultation with a psychiatrist (as needed)
- Consultations with a mental health provider and referrals to community mental health providers for aftercare
- Five days per week (minimum of three days is required) Monday- Friday 8am - Noon.
Who should consider Turning Point?
If you or someone you are concerned about is experiencing any of teh following symptoms, please contact us today for confidential assistance and information.
- Change in personality or thought process
- Changes in mood or behavior
- Anxiety, fear or panic attacks
- Withdrawal/isolation from family or friends, or significant changes in relationships
- Unexplained feelings of guilt, helplessness, or hopelessness
- Changes in sleep habits, with no explanation
- Problems functioning in daily life
- Unexplained physical symptoms
Our Therapists & Providers
- Albert Andrews, LCPC
- Laura Jansen, LCPC (sees children & adolescents)
- Sharon Reed, LCPC
- Stephanie van Ulft, MD - medical management
- Melissa Karaffa, APRN-CNP - medical management
Call 618-436-5665 for more information
or to schedule a consultation.
444 N. Pleasant Ave.
Centralia, IL 62801
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