OCD and Anxiety
You’re being treated for OCD, anxiety or a mood disorder, but you’re still struggling. Or you’re a therapist caring for a patient who needs more intensive care, but still as an outpatient. Or perhaps specialized outpatient care closer to home is the best next step following inpatient or residential treatment.
In each case, with Rogers Behavioral Health opening in Philadelphia, you can benefit from a higher intensity of treatment delivered by a team of multidisciplinary experts.
Martin E. Franklin, PhD, serves as clinical director of Rogers Behavioral Health-Philadelphia, leading a team of psychologists, psychiatrists, therapists and other behavioral health professionals ready to partner with you.
Dr. Franklin is a nationally renowned expert whose clinical and research interests have focused on developing effective treatments for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), OC-spectrum disorders and body-focused repetitive behaviors, such as chronic tic disorders and hair-pulling disorder (trichotillomania) in children, adolescents and adults.
In addition to his role at Rogers, Dr. Franklin is an associate professor of clinical psychology in psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. He received his doctoral degree in clinical psychology from the University of Rhode Island.
Our team is committed to evidence-based treatment that is grounded in a higher intensity of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and related therapies, empowering you or your patients to take control of difficult symptoms and get back to a healthy, productive life. We offer specialized, partial hospital programs (PHP), which meet six hours a day, four to five days a week, for four to six weeks.
Rogers–Philadelphia’s current services include the following outpatient programs:
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), OCD-related disorders and anxiety disorders – Separate programming for children and adolescents, and adults. Rogers’ personalized combination of proven therapies teach strategies to help reduce your symptoms and sustain you for life.
Depression and mood disorders – Available to adolescents and adults, Rogers’ FOCUS program provides the intensive therapy and skills you need to make healthy changes in your thoughts, behaviors and emotions, while addressing any obstacles in the way of recovery.
Following later in 2017, we will also offer intensive outpatient programs (IOP) – three hours a day, five days a week, for six to eight weeks – as well as an innovative program treating anxiety and mood disorders in kids on the autism spectrum.
Rogers–Philadelphia serves patients from offices in Presidential City, on the west side of the Philadelphia metro area. We accept most insurance plans, though we recommend contacting your insurance carrier for a clear understanding of your coverage. Our admissions staff will be glad to work through this process with you.
To learn more about Rogers Behavioral Health–Philadelphia, call 844-843-3992.
Or contact National Outreach Representative Leslie Keebler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Martin Franklin, PhD
Clinical Director, Rogers Behavioral Health–Philadelphia
We have experienced, multidisciplinary teams across the country who are ready to help.
Daytime programs for your mood disorder help you improve symptoms and return to family.
Structured day treatment helps you or your child return to family, school or work.