Our Phoenixville location is open and accepting new clients, providing services in-person.
Our Phoenixville location serves teens ages 12-18 as well as young adults ages 18-30. We offer two levels of programming for teens, which can prevent the need for inpatient hospitalization in some cases. We offer IOP treatment for young adults. Alternatively, our programs provide the right level of support upon discharge from a hospital. Get in touch with our admissions team to learn more or schedule an appointment.
Hours of Operation
Our Phoenixville center is open Monday-Friday, 7:30 am to 9:00 pm. We offer morning groups and evening groups so your teen can fit treatment around a school schedule. Although partial hospitalization is less flexible, we include schooling from LearnWell so there is no learning gap for our clients.
About Our Phoenixville Location
Our 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 and young adults. Our nearby Paoli location offers treatment for adults.
The Light Program uses evidence-based practices, which means all of our treatment methods are backed by scientific studies. Our therapists accept many commercial insurance providers, and will also treat self-pay clients.
Intensive Outpatient Therapy for Teens and Young Adults
Intensive Outpatient (IOP) treatment for teens and for young adults offers more support than traditional therapy. Clients meet with their peers four days each week, and a trained clinician leads the group. Topics vary, but may include:
- Healthy coping skills
- Emotional regulation
- Understanding mental health disorders
- Changing negative thought patterns
- Modifying problematic behaviors
Partial Hospitalization for Teens
Our all-day program is designed for teens with a mental health diagnosis such as generalized anxiety disorder, major depressive disorder, PTSD, bipolar, or OCD. We address the condition with a variety of therapies, similar to an inpatient program, but teens can return to the comfort of home at night. Partial hospitalization works well for adolescents who have a strong support system but are struggling to manage symptoms.
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.