Men's Program

LOCATIONS:
Princeton
North Brunswick
Moorestown

The National Center for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder estimates that 60 percent of all men experience at least one traumatic event during their lifetime. About 8 percent of men, roughly 1 in 12, will suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder at some point in their lives.

One of the first of its kind nationally, the Men’s Program at Princeton House Behavioral Health provides a safe, trust-filled environment for men who have experienced traumatic events that are impacting their well-being and overall functioning. Men can share their experiences, learn from each other, and recover from post-traumatic stress.

Treatment includes a comprehensive evaluation and medical management by a board certified psychiatrist, an individualized recovery plan, group and individual therapy, coping and life skills training, education on maintaining physical and emotional health, family sessions, and a dialectical behavior therapy group for better emotional control.

Through this program, we help our patients to:

  • Understand the relationship between trauma and psychiatric symptoms
  • Establish and maintain safety
  • Facilitate healthy ways of managing emotion
  • Avoid the pitfalls of substance use
  • Learn coping and relationship-building skills
  • Understand how behaviors that were once adaptive and useful for survival may no longer serve that function
  • Build self-esteem and self-confidence through self-empowerment

Depending on needs, treatment options include:

  • Partial hospital program: 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. five days per week
  • Intensive outpatient program: 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. three days per week

Lunch is provided for full-day programs, and free transportation may be available within defined areas.

Read about our Men’s Program in the Trenton Times.