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Dr. Pickett is the best psychiatrist I have ever been to. She really listens, asks the right questions and relates to patients really well.
Linda E. Nahum, 1 year ago
This was actually better place than some of the SnakePit i been in. The eating disorder ward is safest or the rich people ward (where you can bring laptop etc). My friend was in the rehab and said was good. So as long as you don't mind waking up crack of dawn to take a freezing shower. Staff was mostly all kind the therapy aids were. The drs just want to pill you & i had a dr i caught him zoning out at the tv an he seemed zonked and gave some excuse since i called his name to ask if he was ok. Remember folks, if you are admitted do not act aggressive & hostile or they will put you in rubber room call code red on you. I have seen done too much when therapy aid and i had these situations under controll, de-escalating yet the nurse code red anyway. So when some come in scared, they lash out anger like cornered. Please remain calm if you can, it will be smoother ride. We had a good time there actually. We got banned from returning..3 of us.
Reina Oya, 1 year ago
My wife has been there for the past two weeks and she’s no better. They gave her Zoloft for paranoid-schizophrenia. In my opinion a complete misdiagnosis. Ruth Stothers deserves better.
Mike D, 1 year ago
This literally saved my life. It was the first step of many steps to getting me well again
Amy Brown, 1 year ago
Loved it here!
Spooky Ali, 2 years ago
A team of truly caring providers with top notch cradentials. The environment is healing and restoring space. US News & World Reports placed them at 1 in thier specialty for many years and more recently number 3 with good reason. New York Presbyterian is the go place for challenging/difficult to treat and complex health conditions. I would like to personally thank Dr. Daisy Klingman for what I consider uparrell care, skill, and experteace. She is an invaluable asset to her patients, students, and fellow providers. Thank NYPH.
Zachary Campbell, 2 years ago
Best experience I ever had. I was treated here and everyone was very kind and compassionate. I wish they had more outdoor activities or a courtyard of some sort to get some fresh air but that could be said of every hospital.
Elizabeth Diaz, 2 years ago
21 Bloomingdale Road, White Plains, New York 10605
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Newyork-presbyterian/westchester Division located in beautiful White Plains, New York, can supply addicts with professional and effective addiction treatment options.
Whether an individual requires inpatient treatment, outpatient treatment, or holistic treatment options, Newyork-presbyterian/westchester Division can help addicts obtain the goal of sustained sobriety. With experienced staff members, counselors, and addiction advisors, patients can rest assured that receiving professional care is something that is never compromised.
Newyork-presbyterian/westchester Division understands well that making the decision to attend treatment is very difficult. This, though, is the most vital step in the entire recovery process as it means the addict is mentally prepared to get better. This is an important aspect of the whole recovery process. Through consistent support, addicts will have the opportunity to get better when they attend treatment at Newyork-presbyterian/westchester Division.
Since no two addictions are alike, it’s important that treatment be as unique as the individual themselves. At Newyork-presbyterian/westchester Division, they understand that all addictions are different. Also discussed before treatment begins is the patient’s insurance coverage.
By identifying the root cause of the addiction at hand, psychologists, counselors, and advisors can better prescribe a treatment plan that can work for the individual. The core values that are held at Newyork-presbyterian/westchester Division are centered on striving to assist the addict every way possible in order to obtain long-lasting sobriety. Just as so many addicts have attended Newyork-presbyterian/westchester Division and succeeded in recovery, so can others.
Living a fulfilled life is possible with the help of a professional and tailor-made treatment plan. There is a happy life waiting outside the life of drug and alcohol abuse. It’s time to put addiction behind and start on a life that is content. This can only happen with the help of an addiction treatment facility.
Contact Newyork-presbyterian/westchester Division today at www.Nyp.Org and learn how a unique approach to treatment can help addicts regain control of everyday life. With the proper treatment plan in place, addicts can overcome their addiction and learn to live a sober life in as little as 30-days to 90-days.