Intensive psychiatric treatment

/in.ten.sive/ /psy.chi.at.ric/ /treat.ment/

n.noun

Intensive psychiatric treatment (IPT) is a consumer-focused, goal-oriented treatment for individuals recovering from mental illness. Designed to help therapeutically and mentally afflicted patients gain independence living, learning, working and socializing in the community. Intensive psychiatric treatment assists individuals in developing their skills and resources to achieve their personal goals, despite their psychological and therapeutic disorders.

Intensive psychiatric treatment is a powerful and formidable tool in providing therapeutic restoration to troubled teens who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder or other intense psychological disorders ( Depression, bipolar disorder, OCD etc.). Teens, who suffer from severe psychological afflictions such as these, can receive adequate, therapeutic recovery that intensive psychiatric treatment offers.