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Integrated Healing Program
When a teenager is suffering in pain, it is often necessary to take a comprehensive approach to treat their physical and emotional needs. Rogers Behavioral Health and Children's Wisconsin are proud to offer this unique, intensive outpatient rehabilitation program for teenagers struggling with both pain and functional disorders.
Multidisciplinary teams, including Rogers' child and adolescent psychiatrists and psychologists, and medical, health psychology, and physical therapy experts from the Jane B. Pettit Pain and Headache Center at Children's Wisconsin, collaborate to provide intensive rehabilitative and medical services.
The gold standard in care
Each evidence-based treatment includes:
- Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT)
- Behavioral activation (BA)
- Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)
- Physical therapy (PT)
- Medication evaluation and management
- Experiential therapy
- One-on-one and group physical therapy
- Family therapy and parent education groups
The goals of our integrated approach are for each teen to:
- Regain control of their lives
- Resume normal function in school, socialization, and activities
- Address emotional distress related to the pain
- Regain the physical strength and endurance
- Reduce the need for medical services
Admission to the program
The Integrated Healing Program is available for current or prospective medically stable patients, ages 13 through 18. The first step in determining whether a teen is a good fit for the program is to have them medically evaluated. Prospective patients will be evaluated by providers at the Pain and Headache Center and Rogers. Services are provided Monday through Friday, 8 am to 4 pm.
The service components of the Integrated Healing Program are provided separately and independently by Children's Wisconsin, Rogers Behavioral Health, and The Medical College of Wisconsin.
Integrated Healing Program location:
Rogers Behavioral Health
Brown Deer Outpatient Center
4555 West Schroeder Drive
Brown Deer, WI 53223
For more information, call 414-355-9000 or visit rogersbh.org.
Program assessment location:
Children's Wisconsin Mequon Clinic
1655 W. Mequon Road
Mequon, WI 53092
For more information, call 414-266-2775.
About Children's Wisconsin and Rogers Behavioral Health
Children's Wisconsin and Rogers collaborate to improve the mental and behavioral health of Wisconsin's kids by developing innovative care models and services. Together, the multidisciplinary teams at Children's Wisconsin and Rogers include experts in the fields of child and adolescent medicine, psychiatry, psychology, neuropsychology, and psychotherapy. The collaboration centers on improving access to specialized behavioral healthcare resources for families across the state.