Treatments & services: Mental health

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Northwell Health’s Behavioral Health College Partnership (BHCP) is a unique community service program that works with undergraduate and graduate college/university students affected by acute mental health issues to access evidence-based behavioral health services...


Northwell Health Behavioral Health Services strives to address the diverse mental health needs of the communities we serve by providing a continuum of high-quality psychological services and behavioral health resources...


Clozapine is an antipsychotic used to treat the symptoms of schizophrenia (a mental illness that causes disturbed or unusual thinking, loss of interest in life and strong or inappropriate emotions) in patients who have not been helped by other medications or who have tried to kill themselves and are likely to try to kill or harm themselves again...


Detoxification is the physiological or medicinal removal of toxic substances from the body, often as the first step in the treatment of addiction. A detoxification treatment for drugs or alcohol is just the first step in a recovery process...


Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is treatment used for people with borderline personality disorder. DBT is a form of cognitive behavioral therapy developed specifically as a comprehensive treatment for individuals who meet criteria for borderline personality disorder, as well as patients with any severe impulsive or out-of-control behavioral patterns (eg, reckless driving, binge eating, episodic alcohol and substance abuse)...


The Early Treatment Program (ETP) is a unique and innovative program specifically designed for teenagers and young adults who are experiencing psychotic symptoms for the first time...


Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is a procedure that causes a brief convulsion by passing an electric current through the brain; it is used to treat some mental disorders...


Family therapy is a treatment that allows families, or individuals within a family, to learn how to resolve conflicts and interact with one another. When members of a family have difficulty interacting with one another, family therapy might be helpful...


Interpersonal and social rhythm therapy (IPSRT) is an evidence based approach to the treatment of bipolar disorder. It is based on the principles of interpersonal psychotherapy, an evidence based treatment for unipolar depression...


The neuropsychology service provided as part of the Northwell Health Rehabilitation Network works with individuals with acquired brain injury and a variety of neurological disorders...