Las Encinas Hospital in Pasadena, California offers a full range of behavioral health services for adults experiencing problems such as depression, anxiety, psychotic disorders. We also treat co-occurring disorders, chemical dependency and mental health issues that occur simultaneously. Inpatient treatment units for voluntary patients and separate units for involuntary patients are available. Intensive outpatient programs (IOP) and partial hospitalization programs (PHP) are also offered.
Inpatient treatment at Las Encinas is designed to provide rapid stabilization in a carefully structured, safe, medically appropriate environment. Inpatient treatment offers close supervision for patients who are in need of hospitalization due to their medical or emotional status. An individualized treatment plan is provided for each patient, which includes an interdisciplinary team approach. The treatment team is led by a psychiatrist and may include a licensed therapist, psychiatric nurse, activity/recreational therapist, clinical social worker, and mental health workers. Group therapies and activities are provided for patients receiving treatment for psychiatric disorders as well as co-occurring disorders. Many patients also chose to work with one of the psychologists affiliated with Las Encinas Hospital while they are in treatment.
Benefits of Inpatient Program:
Full schedule of groups, educational events and activities 7 days a week
Psychiatric evaluation within 24 hours of admission
Medical evaluation within 24 hours of admission
Interdisciplinary treatment team approach with Psychiatrist, physician, adjunctive therapist, social workers; and, as needed, a chemical dependency counselor or dietitian.
One-year of free aftercare groups are offered weekly. The focus of the groups is to ease the transition from hospital to home, work, and social environment.
Family involvement is encouraged when possible
What can a patient expect from the Inpatient Treatment Program?
Individualized treatment plan
Patients receive four therapy groups per day, including psycho-education, chemical dependency, process, and recreational activity groups
Groups are facilitated by professional therapists, psychologists and chemical dependency counselors.
Families are encouraged to attend at least one, 45 minute family therapy session to address issues of immediate concern and plans for follow-up treatment
Family Therapy groups are also available as arranged by Case Management and or Therapist.