The Men's Program offers Partial Hospital and Intensive Outpatient Services to men who have experienced traumatic events that may be currently impacting their sense of well-being and overall functioning. Men in the Partial Hospital Program attend six hours per day (9:30am - 3:30pm) four/ five days per week. Men in the Intensive Outpatient Program attend three hours per day (9:30am - 12:30pm) three days per week. Transportation is available within defined areas.
- Understanding the relationship between trauma and psychiatric symptoms
- Establishing and maintaining safety
- Facilitating healthy ways of managing emotion
- Avoiding the pitfalls of substance use
- Teaching coping and relationship-building skills
- Understanding how behaviors that were once adaptive and useful for survival may no longer serve that function
- Building self-esteem and self-confidence through self empowerment
- Comprehensive evaluation and medical management by Board Certified Psychiatrist
- Group and Individual counseling
- Coping and Life Skills training
- Family Therapy and Education
- Education about maintaining physical and emotional health
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) skills groups for better emotional control
Click below to read an article on our Men's Trauma Program recently published in the Trenton Times.
Men's Trauma Program May Be First in U.S.