CHICAGO - Rogers Behavioral Health-Chicago opened its
third regional outpatient treatment center Monday in Skokie at 4711
Golf Rd., Suite 600.
The 12,000-square-foot Skokie center offers a partial
hospitalization program for adults, adolescents and children
diagnosed with obsessive compulsive disorder and anxiety. It will
consist of a treatment plan that is six hours a day, five days per
week, as well as an intensive outpatient program for those with
less severe symptoms.
“The approach Rogers takes to OCD and anxiety therapy
is evidence-based, or those in which research studies have
documented and proven them to be the most effective treatment. They
are nationally recognized for their OCD and anxiety programs and I
am excited to work with them to meet the demand for these treatment
services,” said Karen Cassiday, PhD, clinical director for Rogers
Based in Summit, Rogers Behavioral Health employs a
team of psychologists and psychiatrists that utilize comprehensive
treatment programs based in cognitive behavior therapy emphasizing
exposure and response prevention.