Thank you for considering Lindner Center of HOPE’s Comprehensive Diagnostic Assessment and Intensive Treatment programs for your adolescent and adult patient’s and/or client’s needs.
Struggles with mental health and addiction issues can be complex and complicated, so much so that typical inpatient and outpatient assessment and treatment options may not be able to get to the root of the issues. Whether the individual is stabilized after their first behavioral crisis or has struggled with long-standing mental illness, finding clarity in diagnosis is essential for planning next steps and ultimately achieving wellness. In addition, a solid foundation in clinical skill development is also crucial to being able to build a realistic future focus and better life.
There is HOPE.
At Lindner Center of HOPE, our Sibcy House program for adults, age 18 and older, offers specialized assessment and short-term intensive treatment for individuals struggling with mental health, addiction and complex, co-morbid issues in an enhanced therapeutic environment. The Sibcy House 10-day comprehensive diagnostic is comprised of a multi-disciplinary assessment process combined with essential clinical observation with a goal of bringing clarity to complex issues. Symptom reduction strategies are also implemented during this time. Those staying beyond the diagnostic component will benefit from intensive treatment and skills building with Dialectical Behavior Therapy underpinnings, but enhanced by other evidence-based treatment models. Diagnostic specific assessments and treatment approaches are integrated to address sub-specialty diagnoses such as substance abuse and obsessive compulsive disorder. To learn more about Sibcy House, click here.
Similarly, Williams House, the Adolescent Comprehensive Diagnostic and Intensive Treatment Program, offers a specialized and intimate treatment setting within the Lindner Center of HOPE, focusing on intensive assessment and treatment of patients, age 11 through 17, suffering with complex, co-morbid mental health issues. As adolescence is such a tender time, accurate diagnosis, effective treatment planning, and the development of a solid blueprint for treatment success and realistic future focus is even more crucial. A 14-day diagnostic stay for adolescents results in a detailed but concise diagnostic picture, which includes the results of genetic testing for the development of the optimal psychopharmacologic treatment plan. Additional treatment weeks, beyond the diagnostic assessment, feature a strengths-based approach to treatment helping adolescents build skills readying them for next steps in treatment and life. Learn more about Williams House, click here.
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What to Expect
Referrers to the Sibcy House or Williams House can count on their patients receiving the utmost care, where extensive diagnostic evaluations are administered to understand all the components of the patient’s illness. The team of clinicians, along with internationally recognized research and state-of-the-science technology can help your patient reach long lasting positive outcomes. Clinicians not only have access to the most current evidence on which to base their treatment, but the ability to implement innovative treatments into its clinical practice years ahead of general practice.
An accurate diagnosis is the cornerstone of successful treatment. Lindner Center of HOPE clinicians will use proven methodologies to arrive at a conclusive diagnosis on which a patient’s individualized treatment plan is based. Incorporated into the treatment is a comprehensive approach to care, including unique treatment plans, family involvement, research based treatment, nutritional education, recreational therapy and group therapy including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectal Behavioral Therapy, and daily mental health specialist groups.
We value you as our referrer and recognize that your input is an integral part of understanding the dynamics of each patient you refer. Sibcy House and the Adolescent Comprehensive Diagnostic Assessment and Intensive Treatment Program staff recognize that updates on an on-going basis during the patients treatment including mid-treatment and at discharge are important. When appropriate, staff will collaborate and communicate with referral sources. A summary of diagnostic results and treatment recommendations are provided to patients and parents/guardians upon discharge. With the consent of the parent/guardian, a blueprint will be available to referring professionals and continuing care providers to provide continuity of care upon discharge.