Our Radnor 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.
The Light Program provides outpatient mental health programs that fit into your schedule. Our Radnor location treats clients ages 18-24 with a range of mental health concerns. Whether you have a diagnosed mental health disorder like anxiety or depression, or you are simply struggling to cope with specific problems, our programs may be a good fit.
Hours of Operation
Our Radnor location operates Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 9:00 pm. We want to make treatment work for your schedule. That’s why we offer both morning and evening group therapy sessions for our intensive outpatient program. At this time, partial hospitalization runs on one set schedule due to the higher number of treatment hours.
About Our Radnor Location
Our Radnor treatment center serves Montgomery and Delaware Counties with outpatient mental health services. We are located at the intersection of Route 30 and 476, down the road from Villanova University. Our team of experienced mental health professionals includes psychologists, psychiatrists, and licensed counselors.
Intensive Outpatient Group Therapy
Intensive outpatient program (IOP) provides group therapy for individuals in crisis or struggling to function on a regular basis. IOP is a more structured form of therapy. IOP group sessions are held 4 days per week and each session lasts 2 hours and 15 minutes. The increased treatment hours provide more support than traditional counseling sessions.
Partial hospitalization (PHP) is designed as an intermediate step between outpatient and inpatient. You will attend treatment for six hours per day and then return home at night. Transportation is available and included in the cost of treatment. Currently, we only offer PHP for adults at this location.
Why The Light Program?
The Light Program uses a compassionate, person-centered approach. Our therapists believe in their clients’ ability to make lasting changes for the better. We practice solution-oriented treatment, which means that our clinicians help you develop a treatment plan and work towards your goals.
For more information about our programming, reach out to our admissions team: