Top 10 Reasons to Refer to Fairmount’s Child & Adolescent Program
The Fairmount Psychiatrists
Our psychiatrists are board certified in psychiatry and specialize in child/adolescent treatment. Psychiatrists (from left to right): Dr. Neal Demp, Dr. Edward Moore, Dr. Shelley Oxenhorn
Gender Responsive Treatment for adolescent girls
Our model is strengths-based and trauma-informed using a holistic and relational approach to girls' treatment programming. This is a best-practice model for this population.
Our Family Focus program
This is a multifamily group designed for our younger patients and their loved ones, to build healthier relationships through education, discussions, activities, and various therapies.
Fairmount's Acute Partial Program
Our continuum of care offers a highly structured step-down service from inpatient hospitalization. Led by a full-time psychiatrist and a team of Masters level clinicians, the program allows for shorter hospital stays and a smoother transition back to home and school.
Our Psychological Services and Allied Therapy
In addition to group psychotherapy, Fairmount offers psychological testing and individual therapy. Our allied therapists use a variety of modalities — art, music, movement, cognitive and behavioral approaches and recreation — to provide alternate avenues of expression.
Our Daily School Program
Certified Special Education teachers facilitate individualized instruction and collaborate with home schools.
Teachers (left to right): MaryKate McCrane, Michelle Plover, Maggie Gorman
Fairmount has facilities for both children and adolescents, with separate programming and units for both adolescent boys and adolescent girls.
Our licensed and Masters-level social workers provide comprehensive assessments, individual/family therapy, treatment education, and discharge planning. Social workers (from left to right): Lauren Emery, Melissa Avraham, Molly Beiler