Rogers Memorial Hospital – Kenosha

Intensive Treatment Program
Director: Medical Director: Bradley C. Riemann, PhD; Clinical Director: Debra Minsky-Kelly
Contact Name: Janet Gatlin
9916 75th Street
Kenosha, Wisconsin 53142


Nestled close to the Wisconsin-Illinois border, Rogers Memorial Hospital–Kenosha serves as a halfway point between the original hospital located in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, and our Chicago location. Only six miles from scenic Lake Michigan, this location offers specialized outpatient care, with an intensive outpatient program (IOP) for children and adolescents with OCD, OC-spectrum and related anxiety disorders. This program provides treatment three hours per day, four days per week. Our OCD treatment approach is based on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) with an emphasis on exposure and response prevention (ERP). This intensive treatment plan combines medication management and evidence-based therapies to help patients significantly reduce their OCD symptoms to a manageable level. Evidence-based therapies have been proven to be most effective for OCD as documented by numerous research studies. Behavioral specialists are trained internally at Rogers’ “CBT Academy,” an intensive training process involving didactic classroom lectures, reading lists and shadow shifts led by elite medical staff, including Bradley C. Riemann, PhD, a leading expert in CBT, ensuring that new staff members are prepared to provide the exemplary level of specialized care that Rogers’ offers. Rogers’ extensive history and experience treating OCD and related disorders has allowed countless individuals and their families to place their trust in our programs. Supported by the Rogers’ treatment experience, people coping with mental health concerns from coast to coast and internationally have created a life worth living.

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