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Plymouth 763-412-0722
Elk River 763-595-1311

Emergency Room Staff

Offering A Nurturing Environment For Mental Health Treatment

Life-saving work takes place in emergency rooms, made possible by the work of staff that goes the extra mile to help patients overcome injury and illness. This includes the efforts of doctors, nurses, medical aids, administrative staff, social workers, and members of the discharge team.

Unfortunately, emergency rooms and hospital inpatient units are not the best place for long-term treatment after the immediate danger has been addressed.  

Mental health patients often stay in the hospital’s inpatient unit for 3-10 days depending on their symptoms and the stability of their circumstances on the outside. Such patients are not permitted to leave the hospital until appointments for follow up care have been scheduled with outside providers.

When the time comes to explore discharge options, it is important to find a source of follow up care that matches the unique needs of the client you are looking out for. This is backed up by sobering statistics:

  • 80-90% of patients experiencing PTSD have at least one comorbid disorder
  • Patients with PTSD are 6-7 times more likely to attempt suicide
  • 50-60% of patients with PTSD engage in non-suicidal self-injury

 

That’s Where We Come In

At DBT & DBT-PTSD Specialists , we offer a nurturing treatment environment for those who need a structured treatment program to embark on their journey of healing and recovery. Our dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) programs are tailored to patients who are motivated to learn the skills necessary to build a life worth living after being discharged from the hospital.

We look forward to providing a partner for your clients as they embark down that path. Contact us today to learn more.

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We look forward to helping your patient discover and develop the skills necessary to overcome life’s obstacles and build a life worth living.  Contact us today to discuss the next step of their journey.

Plymouth, MN

The Gage Building
10000 Hwy 55, Suite 300
Plymouth, MN 55441

Phone: 763-412-0722
Fax: 763-600-6707

Elk River, MN

17205 Yale Street NW
Suite C
Elk River, MN 55330

Phone: 763-595-1311
Fax: 763-595-1308

We Have Moved! Our Plymouth location has moved and we are seeing our patients at:
The Gage Building, 10000 Hwy 55, Suite 300, Plymouth, MN 55441

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