Young People Live Online: Now, So Does Their Mental Health Care

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Is your child struggling to manage emotions or behaviors? McLean is here to help.

BHpsychIf you are noticing unhealthy behaviors in your child, teen, or young adult and need help to support them, McLean’s treatment team is ready to help you and your family, and you don’t even have to leave your home.

McLean Hospital offers online treatment programs for children, adolescents, and young adults who live in Massachusetts. These programs are designed to be a higher level of care than outpatient therapy and help provide structured support and treatment for your child or adolescents, as well as for parents. Our programs use proven treatments to help nurture and develop skills that support growth and healthy functioning.

Let us help you navigate your treatment options.
Call us today. 877.403.6642.

For teens struggling with anxiety, OCD, panic disorders, or specific phobias:

  • Integrated individual, family, and group therapy over 4-6 weeks
  • Designed specifically for preteens aged 7-12 and adolescents aged 13-19
  • Conveniently offered from 2-5pm, four days a week, to complement a school schedule

For adolescents struggling with depression, trauma, self-injury, and/or experiencing difficulty with peer or family relationships:

  • 4-week DBT skills-based care, offering evidence-based individual, group, and family therapy and support

  • Co-ed virtual treatment for teens ages 13-19

  • Daily programming, providing 5-6 hours of treatment each weekday

For children, adolescents, or young adults who need treatment to manage depression, self-injury, emerging BPD, and relationship difficulties:

  • Comprehensive, virtual DBT treatment
  • Age-specific group therapy for preteens (8-12), adolescents (13-18), and young adults (18-22)
  • Weekly individual, family, and family skills therapy and support sessions; between-session skills coaching also available

Note: All online programming is conducted through a confidential, HIPAA-compliant platform

Why McLean?

McLean Hospital’s online treatment programs use research-based treatment models, such as cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and exposure and response prevention therapy (ERP). A combination of individual and group therapies, along with education for families, are provided by our Harvard Medical School-affiliated clinicians.

Help McLean Support Your Family

Your inquiry is confidential, and our supportive team of clinicians can provide consultation to help identify which services can be most helpful for your family. Supportive, compassionate virtual treatment is a phone call away.

We’re ready to talk. Call 877.403.6642.

CARE FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

Mental illness doesn’t discriminate against age, and neither do we. McLean Hospital offers a variety of treatment options for children and adolescents struggling with mental illness, including:

  • Depression, one of the most common forms of mental illness, which can lead to self-harming thoughts or behavior
  • Anxiety disorders, including obsessive compulsive disorder, which involve excessive worrying or fear
  • Eating disorders, including anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorders
  • Addiction to drugs, alcohol, and other forms of substance misuse, often occurring alongside other disorders, such as depression
  • Borderline personality disorder (BPD), a complex mental illness marked by unstable moods, irrational behaviors, and troubled relationships, with a high rate of co-occurring disorders, including substance misuse, depression, and eating disorders

FIND HELP AT McLEAN

If you suspect your child or teenager is struggling with mental illness, or any symptoms of the above, McLean Hospital can help. We offer a range of self-pay and insurance-based programs specifically for children and adolescents. Let our specialists make sure you find the diagnosis and care that’s best for your child and gets them back on the path to a happy childhood.

Learn more about treatment for kids and teens at McLean.

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Care for Children and Adolescents

Mental illness affects approximately 1 in 5 adolescents and young adults. These illnesses often go undiagnosed for years, making them more serious over time. At McLean Hospital, we know the earlier one can intervene, the easier it is to treat conditions that affect young people, such as depression and anxiety.

McLean Hospital offers a variety of treatment options for young people struggling with mental illness, including:

  • M10230920-HSDepression, one of the most common forms of mental illness, which can lead to self-harming thoughts or behavior
  • Anxiety disorders, including obsessive compulsive disorder, which involve excessive worrying or fear
  • Eating disorders, including anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorders
  • Addiction to drugs, alcohol, and other forms of substance misuse, often occurring alongside other disorders, such as depression
  • Borderline personality disorder (BPD), a complex mental illness marked by unstable moods, irrational behaviors, and troubled relationships, with a high rate of coexisting disorders, including substance misuse, depression, and eating disorders

Learn more about treatment services for kids and teens.

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Care for Children and Adolescents

Mental illness doesn’t discriminate against age, and neither do we. McLean Hospital offers a variety of treatment options for children and adolescents struggling with mental illness, including:

  • Depression, one of the most common forms of mental illness, which can lead to self-harming thoughts or behavior
  • Anxiety disorders, including obsessive compulsive disorder, which involve excessive worrying or fear
  • Eating disorders, including anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating disorders
  • Addiction to drugs, alcohol, and other forms of substance misuse, often occurring alongside other disorders, such as depression
  • Borderline personality disorder (BPD), a complex mental illness marked by unstable moods, irrational behaviors, and troubled relationships, with a high rate of coexisting disorders, including substance misuse, depression, and eating disorders

Learn more about treatment services for kids and teens.

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