Many professionals come to Menninger after years of individual therapy, medication and other forms of treatment. Menninger seeks to help these men and women find solutions that are sustainable and manageable long after their stay. This treatment program lasts four to six weeks and helps individuals with complex problems build futures of renewed promise.
Who We Treat
Menninger uses a patient-centered, personalized approach to treat those with longstanding issues that have substantially compromised their quality of life or have been unresponsive to other treatments.
This intensive hospital-based program is designed for professionals who struggle with a variety of disorders, and often co-occurring addictions, including:
- Depressive disorders
- Anxiety or panic disorders
- Personality disorders
- Impulsive or disruptive behavior, anger or self-injury history
- Addictive disorders, including gambling; sexual compulsivity; Internet, spending, drug or alcohol addiction
- Dual or co-existing disorders (both psychiatric and addictive disorders)
- Impaired concentration and memory
- Severe burnout and stress
- Professional boundary violations
- Career decisions and transitions
- Disciplinary action or loss of license
- Impaired ability to skillfully and safely perform job tasks
Within a safe, secure environment, Menninger’s experienced clinicians, including full-time program-based psychiatrists who are board certified in internal medicine and addiction medicine, build an individualized program to address each patient’s unique situation using evidence-based therapies. (To learn more about the effectiveness of treatment, check out our patient outcomes data
Highly rated components of the program include individual psychotherapy three times per week with senior clinicians, luxuriously appointed private rooms and weekly one-on-one personal fitness training.
Thanks to its structured therapeutic environment, PIC helps patients look at all aspects of their lives: medical, social and psychological, biological and spiritual.
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