Langley Porter Psychiatric Hospital and Clinics provides a broad range of inpatient and outpatient consultation, evaluation, and treatment interventions for emotional, psychological, or cognitive problems of adults. Each person is provided with an initial assessment and an individualized treatment plan.
The Adult Inpatient Program is a 22-bed acute psychiatric service. We use a biopsychosocial approach in the treatment of adults 18 years and older who suffer from severe behavioral and emotional disturbances. The unit operates 24 hours per day, 365 days a year. Admission is arranged by a referral from a mental health clinician.
The UCSF Psychiatry Consult Service provides psychiatric and psychological consultation services to the emergency department at Parnassus and adult inpatients at Parnassus, Mission Bay, and Mount Zion. We provide assessment and treatment for changes in emotions, thinking, memory, behavior, and perception in patients on the medical, surgical, neurology, OB, and ICU wards.
The Partial Hospitalization Program and Intensive Outpatient Program both offer outpatient services for patients with mood and/or personality disorders in addition to other severe and persistent mental illnesses using a multi-disciplinary treatment team consisting of psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, clinical social workers, and rehabilitation therapists.
Our outpatient clinics provide a broad range of consultation, evaluation, and treatment interventions for emotional, psychological, or cognitive problems of adults. We offer a range of brief and long-term individual psychotherapy, group psychotherapy, and ongoing medication management, and each patient is provided with an initial assessment and an individualized treatment plan.