Adult Partial Hospitalization

Four Winds Westchester

  • Full day group treatment program for adults managing psychosocial stressors and life challenges including: depression, anxiety, and psychosis.
  • Treatment program based on the principles of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT).
  • Skills training, feed-back and reinforcement to develop and practice skills that transcend the treatment setting.
  • Groups conducted by Certified Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Counselors and Licensed Creative Arts Therapists.
  • Discharge planning and coordination with outside community service providers.

Click Here for Program Schedule and Treatment Team

To Make a Referral, Call:
1-914-763-8151 or 1-800-528-6624
24 hours a day, 7 days a week

We Are Here To Help

Four Winds Hospitals are committed to serving our patients. Please know that, as always, the health and safety of our patients and staff is our highest priority as we continue to provide treatment during this time of crisis. We are continuing to accept inpatient referrals for children, adolescents and adults and invite you to call our Admissions Office directly at 
1-800-528-6624 or
, select prompt "1" to be connected. 

We have implemented measures for the protection 
of those on our campus in response to the Covid-19 crisis, following the directions of 
both the CDC and  DOH, and our own protocols. As we remain committed to providing the very best in mental health care, please let us know if we can help.

Mindfulness and Acceptance

At Four Winds Hospital, we teach mindfulness as part of Dialectical Behavior Therapy. In DBT, mindfulness is the foundation for the extensive list of coping skills taught to patients. As patients are exposed to the curriculum of DBT skills, they learn that it is impossible to regulate their emotions without the ability to pay attention to their internal state in a flexible, moment-to-moment manner. Mindfulness is equally essential to the use of distress tolerance skills—for example, when faced with an undesirable situation in their environment, patients must choose between trying to change the situation (problem-solving skills), or trying to accept it (distress-tolerance skills).  Mindful attention to both the internal and external environment is essential to the decision-making process. Finally, patients learn that mindfulness is crucial for positive interpersonal relationships, where it’s so easy to fall prey to one’s expectations and interpretations about others, rather than to limit oneself to objective observation.


Four Winds Westchester

800 Cross River Road
Katonah, NY  10536

Phone: 914-763-8151
Toll-Free: 1-800-528-6624