Hours of Operation

Our Phoenixville center is open Monday-Friday, 7:30 am to 7:00 pm.

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About Our Location

Our Phoenixville outpatient treatment center is located on Franklin Avenue, just minutes from the University of Valley Forge. We serve Chester County with quality mental health programs for teens ages 12-18. Our nearby Paoli location offers treatment for adults. This location accepts most commercial insurance providers and self-pay clients.

Partial Hospitalization Program for Teens and Younger Teens

Our Phoenixville location offers two Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) for teens (ages 15-18) and younger teens (ages 12-14). PHP is designed for teens with a primary mental health diagnosis. PHP works well for teens with a strong support system who have difficulty managing their symptoms. This may include generalized anxiety disorder, major depressive disorder, bipolar, OCD or PTSD. The treatment team will use a variety of interventions to address the mental health symptoms, through cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), motivational interviewing, and experiential techniques. In addition, our PHP program also implements holistic therapy into the individuals treatment through art therapy, music therapy, trauma-sensitive yoga and more.

Teens in our PHP will be able to meet with our psychiatric provider to discuss medications and express their thoughts on symptoms related to medication. Our PHP has a partnership with LearnWell to be a valuable resource for teens in maintaining continuity of schooling while in treatment. LearnWell is an licensed, private program of educators which coordinates with your child's school to help your child stay up to date with their schoolwork.

Intensive Outpatient Program for Teens and Younger Teens

Intensive Outpatient (IOP) treatment for younger teens (ages 12-14) offers more support than traditional therapy. A therapeutic group with similar-aged peers increases the likelihood of engagement and positive treatment outcomes. The focus of the IOP will be to develop healthy coping strategies in order to assist with the treatment of anxiety, adjustment disorders, social skills development and trauma. The treatment team will utilize a variety of interventions, through cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), trauma-informed care, behavioral therapy and expressive therapy activities in order to support the individual in developing the appropriate set of skills. The goal of our teen and younger teen IOP is to create a safe and supportive environment to address specific issues around the unique experience of transitioning into adolescence and adolescence.

Can The Light Program Help Your Child?

If your teen has been struggling with poor grades, mood swings, constant negative emotions, or other troubling symptoms, they may benefit from treatment with The Light Program. Our therapists engage young clients with a variety of topics and therapeutic approaches. To start therapy for your child, call us at (610) 644-6464 or fill out a contact form on our website.

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