Dallas Behavioral Healthcare Hospital’s adult inpatient psychiatric program offers a safe, secure and therapeutic environment for adults (age 18 and older) with acute psychiatric issues. Our treatment team provides 24-hour monitoring, treatment and stabilization for patients who commonly suffer from:
- Bipolar Disorder
- Substance-related disorders with psychiatric symptoms
- Suicidal Ideation/Attempts
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Personality Disorders
Adult Psychiatric Program Approach
Inpatient care is designed to stabilize patients as quickly as possible and return them to an improved level of functioning. Our integrated treatment team includes psychiatrists, internists, registered nurses, case managers/social workers, dieticians, activity therapists, and ancillary nursing staff who work closely with each patient to formulate treatment goals and assess progress in meeting such goals.
Our evidence-based, highly structured and comprehensive treatment program includes group and family therapy, medication management and a variety of other unit activities including recreation and expressive therapies such as Motivational Enhancement Therapy. Treatment services are focused on helping patients develop the necessary coping skills to deal with the issues that led to the need for psychiatric hospitalization. Case Management staff provide discharge services and arrange follow-up care in the community that is individualized for the special needs of each patient.
Our services include:
- Art, Music and Expressive therapy
- Yoga Therapy
- Pet Therapy
- Faith-based services conducted by a chaplain
Dallas Behavioral Psychiatric Facilities
A center of excellence in providing psychiatric stabilization and dual diagnosis treatments for adults, Dallas Behavioral Healthcare Hospital is located in the growing city of DeSoto. Conveniently located, the facility is a short drive from many local cities and communities.
Our team of leading psychiatrists in Dallas are ready to assist if you or your loved one is in need of quality psychiatric care. Please call 855-982-0897 or contact us to start your road to recovery today.