|Special Patients, Special Care
Since 1989, thousands of individuals from the U.S., Canada, Europe and
South America have received the specialized care offered at River Oaks
Hospital, in a non-threatening and safe therapeutic environment. Specialized
treatment is available for individuals suffering from trauma-based disorders
(childhood or adult onset), compulsive behaviors, eating disorders and
post-traumatic stress. Impaired Professional evaluations are
available for compulsive-behavior disorders.
Intensive psychotherapy (individual and group interventions) is used for the
stabilization of depression, anxiety, and addictions as well as to identify and
provide resolution for the cycles of self-destructive behaviors, dissociation, and
relationship difficulties. The programs also facilitate the resolution of long-term
developmental deficits and blocks manifested as personality disorders.
Specialized treatment for eating disorders, chronic chemical dependency and
sexual compulsivity is also available. The programs address life-interfering,
relationship-interfering and therapy-interfering behaviors
with an emphasis on adaptive coping responses.
Patients receive a full day of treatment services within the structure of a safe and
trusting therapeutic community. Our goal is to provide a respectful, protected
and empowering environment in which survivors can pursue the work of
Renowned, Specialized Treatment Team
Our staff includes many licensed therapists well known across the
country for their specialized expertise. The treatment team includes
psychiatrists and other medical doctors, psychologists, master's
level social workers, dietitians, psychiatric nurses, expressive
therapists, and educational instructors. Each professional is highly
trained and skilled in the treatment and management of individuals
with trauma issues, compulsive behaviors and eating disorders. A safe
and structured environment is established within which patients, with
the assistance of the clinical team, can successfully work to regain
control of their lives.