Questions About Pathlight Mood and Anxiety Center
Q: How long does someone usually have to stay for mood/anxiety/trauma patients?
A: Specific lengths of stay vary depending on diagnosis and unique recovery variables and needs. Our average length of stay for our mood/anxiety/trauma patients is about 20-45 days for our PHP program and about 8-10 weeks for 3-5 days per week for our IOP program.
Q: What kind of treatment does Pathlight offer for mood/anxiety/trauma patients?
A: Please visit our website for more information about treatment services for adults and adolescents. This link can guide you to more information on what diagnoses we treat and how we treat them.
Q: Are there any statistics on mood/anxiety/trauma disorders?
A: Yes, please see the following link.
Q: What evidence-based therapeutic approaches is Pathlight using to treat mood/anxiety/trauma patients?
A: Our treatment programs are based on: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy(DBT), Radically Open DBT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Exposure Therapy, Experiential Therapy, Family Therapy, Mindfulness, and Medication Management.
Q: Why does my loved one say that they’re suicidal? What does it mean?
A: This article has some helpful information about suicide and suicide prevention.
Q: What are some resources for my loved one struggling with a mood/anxiety/trauma disorder?
A: We have many resources available. Here are just a few:
- Mental Note Podcast – ERC and Pathlight's podcast that highlights the work and beauty of mental health recovery.
- Say it Brave Community - ERC and Pathlight's free, inclusive community supporting mental wellness