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Methodist’s inpatient psychiatric program provides comprehensive assessment and treatment for adults. With a total of more than 40 beds located in two secure units, patients and their loved ones can expect 24-hour care and support.
Our inpatient services are designed to help you through an acute psychiatric crisis, which may include:
- Acute worsening of chronic symptoms
- Depression with feelings of hopelessness
- Homicidal thoughts with poor impulse control
- Mania or an altered thought process
- Psychiatric symptoms severe enough to cause bizarre, disordered behavior
- Risk for self-harm or harm to others
- Suicidal thoughts or attempts
Your inpatient care plan may include:
- Co-occurring treatment for a dual diagnosis
- Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)
- Group therapy and family support
- Medication management
- Recreational therapy
Our inpatient units are staffed by board-certified physicians who are trained in adult psychiatry and co-occurring disorders. Other members of our team include:
- Chemical dependency counselors
- Recreational therapists
- Registered nurses
- Social workers
- Other support staff