Greater Boston Behavioral Health offers safe, effective, and compassionate treatment for mental health concerns—including depressive disorder—in Massachusetts at our Needham treatment center.
Whether you’re a Massachusetts resident experiencing mental health issues or just want help in a safe and comfortable environment, we’re ready to help you take the first step toward mental well-being and a better future.
If you are struggling with depressive disorder, Greater Boston Behavioral Health is ready to give you the help you need so you can reclaim your life. Our Massachusetts mental health treatment center offers a full menu of care services in a comfortable and supportive atmosphere:
You deserve to address your mental health issues in privacy, safety, and comfort.
Our admissions staff is standing by 24-7 to answer all your questions and get you the help you need. Call or email now or submit your information in the form below.
GBBH offers all the care and support you need to overcome anxiety disorder or other mental health concerns you may be facing. The many therapeutic treatment modalities and levels of care our team of specialists offers include, but are not limited to, the following:
A partial hospitalization program (PHP) is a type of intensive treatment program that provides structured care for individuals with mental health conditions. It involves daily therapy sessions and medical monitoring, but patients are able to return home at the end of each day rather than staying overnight in a hospital.
An intensive outpatient program (IOP) is a type of treatment program that provides flexible care for individuals with mental health conditions—it is the next logical step after an individual has completed our PHP. Our IOP involves regular therapy sessions and group meetings, but patients are able to continue with their daily lives while receiving treatment.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) are evidence-based treatments that are effective in helping individuals manage a variety of mental health conditions. These therapies focus on teaching individuals skills to better understand their thoughts and emotions and how to make positive changes in their behavior.
Family therapy is an important form of treatment that focuses on improving communication and relationships within a family. It can help families navigate difficult situations, such as divorce or the challenges of having a family member with a mental illness.
Group therapy can provide a supportive and safe environment where individuals can connect with others who share similar experiences and challenges, leading to a sense of belonging and reduced feelings of isolation. Additionally, group therapy can help individuals develop critical social and emotional skills, such as communication, empathy, and coping strategies, which can improve their mental well-being and overall quality of life.
Holistic therapy addresses the interconnectedness of mind, body, and spirit and considers all aspects of a person’s life and well-being in the therapeutic process. By addressing underlying physical, emotional, and spiritual issues, holistic therapy can promote a sense of balance, wholeness, and inner peace, leading to improved mental well-being and overall health.
Thousands of Americans’ lives are impacted by depressive disorder and other mental health concerns every year. Greater Boston Behavioral Health is here to help you or your loved one restore hope and healing, so you never have to battle these issues on your own ever again.
The mental health conditions that we treat include, but are not limited to:
Our Massachusetts mental health treatment center is in-network with most major insurance companies to make treatment more affordable and accessible. Take the first step and call today.
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