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Mood, or affective, disorders are mental disorders that primarily affect mood and interfere with your activities or daily living. Specific stressors or a spontaneous exacerbation of a patient’s condition can trigger the illness.
Mood disorders include, but are not limited to, the following:
Belmont Behavioral Health’s multidisciplinary staff will examine the patient to formulate an individual treatment plan.
Our treatment focuses on:
Group therapy. Mood and affective disorder patients also participate in group therapy focused on enhancing insight and coping skills.
Children and adolescents with mood, or affective, disorders are treated at Belmont’s Child and Adolescent Unit.
Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment4200 Monument RoadPhiladelphia, Pa 191311-800-220-HELP (4357)Get Directions
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Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment4200 Monument RoadPhiladelphia, PA 191311-800-220-HELP (4357) Get Directions
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