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Therapies and Services

  • music therapy at Belmont Behavioral HealthTreatment at Belmont is customized to fit an individual patient and diagnosis. We offer a wide range of therapy and rehabilitation options, including:

    • Diagnostic re-evaluation
    • Family consultation
    • Pharmacotherapy and education about medication
    • Internal medicine consultation and rational pharmacoptherapy

    Therapies

    • Couples or family therapy
    • Child/adolescent or individual psychotherapy
    • Children’s play therapy - headed by trained child therapists
    • Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) – to treat people with borderline personality disorder
    • Prolonged exposure therapy (PE) – to treat those suffering from PTSD
    • Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) – to treat dysfunctional behaviors, emotions and thoughts in a goal-oriented manner for a wide variety of disorders
    • Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) provides brain stimulation for patients who are resistant to anti-depressant medications.

    Group Therapy Options Include: 

    • Men’s
    • Women’s
    • Parenting education – how to parent children more effectively
    • Coping with medical issues
    • Interpersonal relationships
    • DBT

    Rehabilitative Services

    Belmont’s rehabilitative services help patients develop and enhance the skills needed for recovery from mental illness.

    Patients acquire social interaction skills, coping strategies, anger management, stress reduction and the use of community resources through the following rehabilitative services:

    • Art therapy - helps patients tap into their inner conflicts through mediums such as painting, drawing or creating with clay.
    • Music therapy - helps patients express feelings by appreciating music, creating music, singing, or playing instruments.
    • Horticulture therapy - allows patients to grow plant life and focus on nature’s healing power.
    • Movement therapy - enables patients to use movements, such as dance, as a form of emotional, social, cognitive and physical interaction.
    • Occupational therapy - educates patients on how to live a fuller life as they identify personal and community resources for resuming their daily activities, such as coping with work, school, volunteering, spiritual endeavors, physical and emotional development and leisure.
    • Recreational therapy - helps patients recognize their abilities in interactive play and cooperative problem solving and facilitates physical wellness.
    • Counseling psychology - uses activities to engage patients by helping them explore their feelings and improve their understanding of their personal and relational behaviors.
    • Peer provider - a staff member in recovery who helps patients process reactions to their issues through group and individual sessions, as well as the use of personal recovery stories to facilitate peer support and achievement of the patient’s treatment goals.
    • The Motivational Speakers Program - Features people in recovery from mental illness who volunteer to share their recovery journeys with patients.
    • Chaplains from Einstein Healthcare Network’s Chaplaincy Program
    • Pals for Life - pet-assisted therapy that is beneficial to patients’ moods and recovery.
  • Questions? Call Us:

    1.800.220.4357

    Accreditation & Partnerships



    Belmont Behavioral Health Seal

    Joint commission gold seal


    Licenses

    • Department of Health (DOH)
    • Department of Public Welfare (DPW)
    • Division of Drug and Alcohol Program Licensure (DDAPL)
    • Bureau of Drug and Alcohol (BDAP)

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