If your struggling with depression, anxiety, or an addiction, find out more about Butler Hospital’s Partial Hospital Programs. The programs provide comprehensive treatment during the day while patients return home in the evenings.
Professional Lecture on Adapting TF CBT for Military Children & Adolescents
Butler Hospital and Family Service of Rhode Island will co-sponsor a spring Professional Lecture on Adapting TF CBT for Military Children and Adolescents to be held on Thursday, March 13 from 8:30 am to 11:45 pm on the Butler Campus. Online registration and details.
Professional Lecture on Self-Compassion in Clinical Practice
Mindfulness and acceptance-based treatment expert Christopher Germer, PhD, to speak at Butler Hospital's 19th Annual Irving M. Rosen, MD Memorial Program on Spirituality and Health. The program, Self Compassion in Clinical Practice, will be held on Monday, March 31, from 12:30 to 4 pm in Ray Conference Center. Register onlineDetails
Butler Hospital's First Endowed Chair for Neurodegenerative Disorders
Investing in the future of understanding and treating neurodegenerative disorders, Butler Hospital announces the creation of its first endowed chair honoring the work of Stanley M. Aronson, MD.
Most people who suffer from Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) can be helped by two established and highly effective treatments that are often used in combination: cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and medication. Even people with severe OCD usually benefit from these approaches.
Some individuals, however, do not get adequate relief using the above treatments despite the best efforts of themselves, their doctors, and their therapists. People in this group may be eligible to participate in new research examining Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) as a treatment for OCD.
Meet Rich, Sheila, Ann, and Nikki, members of Butler Hospital's Patient and Family Advisory Council. They share their individual experience, strength, and hope through these videos in order to help others living with a mental illness and people who have loved ones with a mental illness.