Our Havertown location is open and accepting new clients. Due to COVID-19, we are following a hybrid treatment model which consists of both in-person and online telehealth services. Please contact this location to set up a teletherapy appointment.
Our Havertown location treats adults and teens with mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, PTSD, and panic disorder. We provide structured outpatient programs for those seeking the next step in their treatment. Contact our admissions team for an intake appointment.
Hours of Operation
Our mental health treatment center is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 9:00 pm. Our clinicians offer morning and evening group times so you can fit treatment into your schedule.
About Our Havertown Location
Our office is located on West Chester Pike, close to Rt. 1. We are in between Havertown and Llanerch for easy access from either neighborhood.
The Light Program staff includes psychologists, psychiatrists, licensed counselors, and social workers. Our counselors work with most commercial insurance providers and also accept self-pay clients.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment for Adults and Teens
Intensive outpatient for adults and for teens are structured mental health programs that feature group therapy. You will meet with your peers four days each week for 2 hours and 15 minutes per session. A mental health professional leads the group each day. You can also attend individual and family therapy sessions as needed.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment for LGBTQIA+ Youth
Our Havertown location will now be offering an IOP designed to meet the needs of LGBTQIA+ youth ages 14-18. The group is designed to meet the unique mental health needs of adolescents experiencing symptoms that may be related to their sexual and/or gender identity. This IOP group would be appropriate for a young person experiencing psychosocial stressors or complex dysfunction that may be related to or exacerbated by sexuality or orientation.
While not all LGBTQIA+ teens may be experiencing emotional stress, they would still benefit from being in a group setting that is safe, supportive and encourages expression of feelings, thoughts and opinions connected to their sexuality and orientation. Additionally, this IOP will encourage additional involvement from family and caregivers to help navigate family issues that may be present as a result of sexuality or orientation.
The IOP sessions are Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 3:30-5:45pm. Family group sessions are Thursday from 3:30-5:45pm and Parent Support Groups (without clients) meet Saturdays from 10-11:30am.
More Information About The Light Program
Our goal is to help our clients return to normal, healthy functioning in all areas of their lives. If a mental health condition has disrupted your life, The Light Program can teach you coping skills to manage your symptoms. When medication is necessary, we will refer you to a psychiatrist on our staff or in the Havertown area. Contact this location to start treatment.