Princeton House Behavioral Health provides a full continuum of behavioral health services including inpatient, partial hospital, intensive outpatient, electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), telepsychiatry and training programs for professionals.
In our inpatient services, persons with acute psychiatric, substance abuse or co-occurring disorders receive the caring and expert help they need in order to return to their families and their lives as soon as possible. Our team of Board Certified psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, addiction specialists, allied clinical therapists and clinical dieticians provide medication management as well as group, psychoeducational and creative art therapies in an effort to stabilize symptoms and help individuals on the road to wellness and recovery.
Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) is a thoroughly researched, highly effective medical procedure used to provide rapid relief to those suffering with severe symptoms of depression and other psychiatric conditions. ECT is offered on an inpatient as well as an outpatient basis.
Our outpatient programs provide partial hospital and intensive outpatient services to individuals across the life span who may be suffering from mental health, substance abuse, or co-occurring disorders. We have specialty services for Women, Men, Young Adults, and Older adults to meet the unique clinical and developmental needs of our patients. Our Women's Program has been certified as "DBT Intensive" which means the staff have received intensive training and the program elements meet the stringent criteria Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.
Princeton House Behavioral Health offers a number of training opportunities for professionals. We have an APA Accredited pre-doctoral psychology training program which routinely draws over 130 applicants for four (4) full-time year-long positions. We offer grand rounds presentations twice each month from distinguished leaders in the fields of psychiatry and psychology. We also offer a wide variety of internships to qualified graduate students in the fields of social work, professional psychology, and allied clinical therapy.