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Our inpatient psychiatry units at St. Luke’s provide short-term, acute psychiatric treatment for adults ages 18 and older. Treatment modalities include group, family, and individual therapy and medication therapy. These services are designed to stabilize and prepare the patient for appropriate follow-up treatment in an outpatient setting.
Our geropsychiatry inpatient unit offers a secure, quality health care option for adults ages 55 and older with a psychiatric diagnosis. The program is also appropriate for younger patients with additional medical problems that require special attention not found on a general psychiatric unit. A team of psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, geriatricians, social workers, nurses, and occupational and creative art therapists have received specific training to meet the unique needs of these patients. As part of Mount Sinai St. Luke’s, the staff closely collaborates with all the major medical and surgical specialties important to the geriatric population.
Individualized treatment plans are developed based on a comprehensive assessment of medical, psychiatric, psychological, social, and functional status.
Treatment focuses on alleviating symptoms and solving problems in order to enhance patients' ability to function. Therapy programs are used to help patients understand mental illness, develop coping skills, and promote self-esteem. Treatment programs include the following:
The Acute Outpatient Psychiatry Clinic offers comprehensive
outpatient treatment for persons diagnosed with Axis I or Axis II disorders whose
course is characterized by acute, remitting episodes of illness. These include
the treatment of persons with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and other
psychiatric disorders. Individuals with personality disorders are treated with
a focus on a return to optimal functioning and improvement in their ability to
live meaningful lives. Individuals with severe mental illnesses, such as schizophrenia
and very unstable bipolar disorders are treated at the Psychiatric Recovery
Outpatient Clinic treats individuals with a broad range of disorders who are able to benefit from outpatient treatment. Patients must:
The frequency of treatment varies from several times weekly to monthly or bimonthly, according to acuity of illness and clinical need. Patients may be seen several times weekly, monthly, or bimonthly as indicated.
The OPC offers broad and varied combinations of a variety of modalities and perspectives:
The OPC group psychotherapies include, but are not limited to, such groups as:
Acute Outpatient Psychiatric Clinic414 West 114th StreetNew York, NY 10025
Main phone numbers: (212) 523-7668; (212) 523-6714Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays - 8:30 am to 5 pmTuesdays and Thursdays - 8:30 am to 8 pm
In pursuit of an individual's own recovery goals, the clinic's treatment goals are to help him or her control psychotic symptoms, thus preventing hospitalization, to reduce and abstain from the use of drugs and alcohol, and to enhance or maintain independence. Services include:
411 West 114th Street, Suite 5BNew York, NY 10025(212) 523-4068
Monday to Friday, 9 am to 5 pm
If you are seeking services for yourself, a friend, or family member, please contact the Access Center at (212) 523-8080.
If you are a health or mental health professional or referring organization, please call (212) 523-4093.
The Center for Intensive Treatment of Personality Disorders offers specialized, intensive ambulatory treatment for persons diagnosed with a Personality Disorder or some of its symptoms, including but not limited to:
In pursuit of
an individual's own recovery, PRC’s goals are to help control psychotic
symptoms, thus preventing hospitalization, to reduce or abstain from the use of
drugs and alcohol, and to enhance or maintain independence and quality of life.
If you are seeking services for yourself, a friend, or
family member, please contact the Access
Center at (212) 523-8080.
If you are a health or mental health professional or
referring organization, please call (212)
If you are a clinician who would like to refer a patient or
who would like more information about the referral process, please contact the
PRC at (212) 523-5134.
The Mobile Crisis Team (MCT) at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s is a crisis intervention program for adults ages 18 and older. Referrals are accepted from the community as well as treatment programs, law enforcement, and other agencies.
Since 1991, the
psychiatrists of the programs within Adult Community Services offer care in
locations operated by a broad palette of nonprofit community organizations,
including churches, housing environments, senior centers, psychosocial
clubhouses, transitional facilities for people who are homeless, and primary
care clinics, serving the Upper West Side, Morningside Heights, and Harlem
communities. Our psychiatrists work collaboratively with staff within these
environments in order to craft rehabilitation strategies that pursue the
recovery goals of their service users. In addition to providing direct care to
people at these sites, Adult Community Services facilitates access to
additional outpatient, as well as inpatient, St. Luke’s healthcare services.
Our emergency and outreach services focus on providing rapid, confidential assessments and immediate treatment. Subsequent treatment planning determines the most appropriate follow-up and ongoing care.
Our comprehensive psychiatric emergency services are made of four emergency service components.
Mount Sinai St. Luke’s has a full range of primary care physicians and specialists.
Mount Sinai St. Luke’s
1111 Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY 10025
Mount Sinai St. Luke’s1111 Amsterdam AvenueNew York, NY 10025(212) 523-4000