Recovery and Rehabilitation at The Retreat
Mental health disorders are complex and require a personalized approach to care. Most of our residents at The Retreat experience more than one disorder (co-occurring disorders), which may lead to addictions. At The Retreat, we have the resources and expertise to provide the highest level of care for people with co-occurring disorders.
We provide evidence-based mind and body therapy in the most individualized, compassionate, and comprehensive way possible. Our residents have frequent access to experienced psychiatrists and other mental health professionals. You or your loved one will have every opportunity to heal and lead a happier, more productive life.
Diagnosis: Comprehensive evaluation, diagnosis, and medical consultation
Treatment: Individualized treatment plans, including at least three hours with your treating doctor each week
Individual therapy: Six to eight hours of individual therapy each week with clinicians including a family therapist, art therapist, social worker, movement therapist, and wellness coordinator
Group therapy: 35 hours of group and family therapy each week, including Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), psychodynamic therapy, and activity therapy, such as rock climbing, yoga, art therapy, and equine-assisted therapy
Continuing care: Potential access to your doctor-led treatment team after you leave The Retreat, for those staying at our group home, Ruxton House or who remain in the Baltimore area
We provide intensive, highly personalized care to adults experiencing mental health issues.
Residents at The Retreat benefit from an experienced team of mental health professionals and the full resources of the Sheppard Pratt Health System.
As a self-pay program, we have the freedom and flexibility to provide the personalized care you and your family need for lasting recovery.
As part of the nationally renowned Sheppard Pratt Health System, we provide residents with access to a full range of hospital- and community-based services. While most stays range from several weeks to several months, residents may extend their care at Ruxton House, our transitional living program.
of our residents felt that the therapeutic groups provided skills which would help them in the future
of our residents felt that the staff helped them to create a supportive discharge plan
of our residents felt that The Retreat was a safe place to seek care
of our residents responded that they would return to The Retreat