Treatment Programs

Four Winds Westchester

Clinical Excellence In A Caring Environment

Four Winds Hospital provides a comprehensive range of mental health treatment services for children, adolescents and adults. Four Winds treats a full spectrum of psychiatric disorders, including co-occurring psychiatric/substance abuse, psychological trauma, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder and major depressive disorder.

Inpatient Treatment

Child Treatment

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  • Children are treated in distinct, age-appropriate programs with the treatment milieu focused on each age group’s developmental issues.
  • Units are divided into ages 5-10 and 10-12.
  • Child units incorporate Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS), a component of ABA (Applied Behavioral Analysis).
  • Child treatment focuses on developing social skills, mastering impulse control and reinforcing healthy communication.
  • Daily schooling at our on-site Learning Center.
    • Classes taught by master's-level and special education teachers.

Adolescent Treatment

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  • Adolescents are treated in distinct, age-appropriate programs with the treatment milieu focused on each age group’s developmental issues.
  • Units are divided into ages 12-14 and 13-17.
  • Adolescent treatment utilizes DBT-informed treatment (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), including skills training in mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, interpersonal effectiveness and relapse prevention.
  • Daily schooling at our on-site Learning Center.
    • Classes taught by master's-level and special education teachers.

Adult Treatment

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  • Comprehensive, short-term inpatient treatment utilizing DBT-informed treatment (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy), including skills training in mindfulness, distress tolerance, emotion regulation, interpersonal effectiveness and relapse prevention.
  • Co-occurring disorder inpatient treatment focusing on psychiatric illness co-occurring with substance abuse or dependency.

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Outpatient Treatment

Partial Hospitalization
1-800-528-6624, ext. 2253
(5 days a week, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.)

Child Treatment

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  • Full-day intensive, medically supervised outpatient treatment program.
  • Children (ages 5-12).

Adolescent Treatment

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  • Full-day intensive, medically supervised outpatient treatment program.
  • Adolescents (ages 13-17).

Adult Treatment

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  • Full-day intensive, medically supervised outpatient treatment program utilizing DBT-informed treatment.

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Outpatient Psychological Assessment Service

David L. Pogge, Ph.D., director of psychology at Four Winds Hospital, conducts age-appropriate assessments of: intellectual abilities and neuropsychological functioning, basic academic skills, basic personality traits and styles, and a range of psychiatric and behavioral problems.

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To Make
A Referral, call:
1-914-763-8151 or
1-800-528-6624
24 Hours A Day,
7 Days A Week

 

Alternative Therapies

We continue to hold a belief and commitment to the concept of reinforcing healthy and creative aspects of our patients. We believe this is best done when these elements are not “adjunctive,” but are integrated with therapeutic aspects of our structured programs, cognitive-based therapies, and state-of-the-art medications.

Patient Comments

I want to thank the staff of Four Winds for helping me feel much better! The DBT skills are fantastic.
 
I think overall the staff was wonderful, very caring and aware. I feel like a new woman.
 
The hospital setting is very safe in my opinion. The setting is peaceful and serene. All of the staff have been kind, caring and comforting during my stay.
 
I felt extremely safe. The staff and mental health workers, including the nurses went above and beyond their professions.