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New York Presbyterian Hospital/Westchester Division Partial Hospital Program for Psychosis


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Family-endorsed provider iconNew York Presbyterian Hospital/Westchester Division
Partial Hospital Program for Psychosis
White Plains, NY


New York Presbyterian Hospital/Westchester Division’s Partial Hospital Program for Psychosis is a medically supervised program that provides intensive brief treatment for adults who are experiencing acute symptoms of mental illness. Located in White Plains, NY, the program is an alternative to hospitalization and offers rapid stabilization of acute symptoms in an outpatient setting. The program treats a variety of psychiatric conditions that include psychotic symptoms but specializes in providing treatment for young adults experiencing a psychotic episode for the first time. The Partial Hospital Program is staffed by psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, addiction counselors, and occupational, psychosocial, and creative arts therapists. The program offers medication management, cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosis (CBTp) groups, cognitive remediation groups, individual and group therapy and more.The program places an emphasis on recovery and returning to functioning. The average stay is 2-3 weeks with a maximum of 6 weeks.


New York Presbyterian Hospital/Westchester Division
Partial Hospital Program for Psychosis
21 Bloomingdale Road
White Plains, NY 10605


Family Member Quotes

“I would highly recommend this program for anyone looking for a highly structured program to help a patient heal. The program along with the counselors and doctors are top notch. The counselors are awesome as they show empathy, understanding, and knowledge of severe mental illness. One counselor was particularly helpful in continuing treatment for my daughter. The counselors listen to the patient and address their needs along with assisting them to realize their goals in recovery.”


Information and Referrals

Speak with a Resource Specialist about services and referrals to New York Presbyterian Hospital/Westchester Division Partial Hospital Program for Psychosis.


Partial Hospital Program for Psychosis

  • Multidisciplinary treatment team
  • Complete medical and psychiatric evaluations
  • Cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosis (CBTp) groups
  • Cognitive remediation groups
  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy
  • Medication management
  • Family counseling
  • Psychoeducation
  • Close collaboration with referring professionals
  • Aftercare planning
  • Transportation

Client Focus

  • Adults (18+) with a primary psychiatric diagnosis

Other Specialties at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Westchester Division

  • Adult Outpatient Clinic
  • Partial Hospital Program (for Affective and Personality disorders)
  • Eating Disorders Partial Hospital Program–Eating Disorder Program (The Outlook at Westchester)
  • Eating Disorders Outpatient Program
  • Child and Adolescent Social Skills Groups
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) for Adolescents
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) for Adults
  • The Haven (Amenities Unit)
  • Continuum of Care (Psychotic Disorder)
  • The College Program
  • Center for Autism and the Developing Brain


The Partial Hospital Program for Psychosis accepts managed care plans, other insurance, Medicare, Medicaid, and private pay.


Mission Statement

“As part of New York-Presbyterian Hospital, we seek always to provide the most compassionate patient-centered care possible, guided by our core values of respect and excellence. Our particular mission at the Partial Hospital for Psychotic Disorders is to provide quality service tailored specifically to people with psychotic symptoms who need this level of care. Patients with psychotic symptoms need certain therapeutic interventions that differ from interventions for patients with affective and personality disorders. Our mission is to provide this much-needed place in the continuum of care.”

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