Brattleboro Retreat Responds to COVID-19
What's Happening with Retreat Programs & Services During the COVID-19 Pandemic?
 
Virtual Partial Hospitalization & Intensive Outpatient Program Services Are Now Available!
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MOST OF OUR PROGRAMS & SERVICES are OPEN and accepting new patients!
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Union & Management Forge New Path at the Brattleboro Retreat

With an eye toward emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic with a sense of hope and optimism, UNAP President Rob Smith of Local #5086 (Unit 2) and Louis Josephson, president and CEO of the Brattleboro Retreat got together to pen an opinion piece announcing a "new spirit of cooperation between union and management."  The two leaders say this positive new tone is the result of an ongoing series of frequent, frank, and productive discussions in which issues of common concern such as patient and employee safety, fiscal responsibility, and work/life balance have taken center stage. Follow this link to read the entire piece.

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Anxiety is actually a group of disorders in which persistent feelings of anxiety (worry and/or fear) become worse over time and interfere with a person’s work, school, and personal life.

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Conduct Disorder is a mental health problem in children and adolescents involving behavior patterns in which the basic rights of others and/or major age-appropriate norms or rules are violated.

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Depression is a common but serious mood disorder that can negatively affect individuals mentally, emotionally, and physically.

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Addictions can take many forms. These include addiction to gambling, sex, food, exercise, and drugs other than alcohol and opioids such as cocaine, methamphetamine, and benzodiazepines.
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Mental illnesses and addiction take many forms, and can affect people in different ways. The Brattleboro Retreat has experience treating a wide range of psychiatric and addictive disorders.

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Schizophrenia is a chronic brain illness that can cause a person to suffer delusions, hallucinations, and distorted thoughts. It can also interfere with their motivation and ability to think and concentrate.

 

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Schizoaffective disorder is a chronic mental illness marked by symptoms of schizophrenia (for example, delusions and hallucinations) accompanied by symptoms of a mood disorder.

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