Unique Treatment for Women

African American womanBrentwood Hospital’s Women’s Program, for women age 18 and older, offers specialized inpatient treatment that addresses emotional problems like mood disorders, psychotic disorders, and anxiety disorders in a secure, stable space designed for the unique needs and experiences of women. The program provides a multi-disciplinary approach administered under the direction of an attending psychiatrist.

Women admitted to this program may have experienced:

  • Severe trauma including physical abuse, sexual abuse, domestic violence, or severe occupational stress.
  • Reproductive issues including postpartum depression, menopausal depression, premenstrual dysphoric disorder, anxiety issues, or pregnancy stress issues.
  • Relationship and/or life transition issues including marital conflict, divorce, caretaker issues, parenting stress, dual-role stress, loss, unresolved grief or anger management issues.
  • Medical issues including cancer, eating disorders or other serious health problems.

Individualized treatment plans can include:

  • Psychiatric evaluation
  • Physical examination
  • All female staff members
  • Group and individual therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Health and nutrition education
  • Aerobics, yoga, tai chi, and relaxation training
  • Medication management
  • Individualized discharge and aftercare planning

Unique Treatment for Women

African American woman

Brentwood Hospital’s Women’s Program, for women age 18 and older, offers specialized inpatient treatment that addresses emotional problems like mood disorders, psychotic disorders, and anxiety disorders in a secure, stable space designed for the unique needs and experiences of women. The program provides a multi-disciplinary approach administered under the direction of an attending psychiatrist.

Women admitted to this program may have experienced:

  • Severe trauma including physical abuse, sexual abuse, domestic violence, or severe occupational stress.
  • Reproductive issues including postpartum depression, menopausal depression, premenstrual dysphoric disorder, anxiety issues, or pregnancy stress issues.
  • Relationship and/or life transition issues including marital conflict, divorce, caretaker issues, parenting stress, dual-role stress, loss, unresolved grief or anger management issues.
  • Medical issues including cancer, eating disorders or other serious health problems.

Individualized treatment plans can include:

  • Psychiatric evaluation
  • Physical examination
  • All female staff members
  • Group and individual therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Health and nutrition education
  • Aerobics, yoga, tai chi, and relaxation training
  • Medication management
  • Individualized discharge and aftercare planning
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Brentwood Hospital is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide a no-cost, confidential assessment for you or your loved one. Please call 877-678-7500 or use our online contact form to begin an assessment or obtain more information about our programs. In the case of a medical emergency or crisis please dial 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.