Adolescent Behavioral Services

Adolescents deserve special attention. Our program for pre-teens and teenagers ages 12 to 17 is based on the strong belief that mental health treatment is not one-size-fits-all, and the best care for this age group differs from what is considered proper treatment for an adult.

By treating pre-teens and teenagers separately, we give them the type of individualized attention they need.

Through our inpatient program, we support adolescents in a structured environment with continual use of positive reinforcement, constructive relationships and skill building. Our specialized treatment plans include individual, group and family therapy, as well as therapeutic recreational activities.

Patients are supervised by our board-certified or board-eligible psychiatrists and closely monitored by a medical physician to ensure overall health and well-being.


  • Individual therapy
  • Group therapy that incorporates expressive arts and mindfulness
  • Therapeutic community interaction
  • Individual family therapy
  • Chemical dependency and recovery education therapy
  • Trauma therapy that involves understanding, recognizing and responding to all types of trauma
  • Skill groups focusing on self-regulation strategies
  • Daily monitoring with medical physician oversight to ensure overall health and well-being
  • Discharge planning and continuation of outpatient care*

* Oceans Healthcare exceeded the national average quality scores for inpatient psychiatric facilities as determined by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid for post-discharge care planning and ensuring patients have a continuum of care beyond an Oceans facility.

Oceans facilities accept Medicare, Medicaid, Tricare and most private insurance.

We accept voluntary and involuntary admissions. Our board-eligible or board-certified psychiatrists must accept patients prior to admission.

Find the facility that is right for you or call (972) 464-0022 for more information.


Is your pre-teen or teen struggling with:

  • Frequent sadness, tearfulness and crying
  • Low self-esteem, increased irritability and/or anger
  • Difficulty with relationships
  • Constant worries and concerns about family, friends, school or activities
  • Frequent physical complaints not attributable to a specific illness
  • Extreme mood changes and repeated high-risk behavior
  • Withdrawal from friends and family
  • Decreased interest in favorite activities
  • Major changes in eating and/or sleeping patterns
  • Thoughts or expressions of suicide or self-destructive behavior
  • Age 12 to 17 years
  • Alternatives to inpatient treatment have been unsuccessful
  • Individual has expressed suicidal or homicidal intent
  • Recent, serious or intentional self-inquiry
  • Inability to regulate behavior and emotions

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5850 Granite Parkway
Suite 300
Plano, TX 75024

PHONE (972) 464-0022
FAX (972) 464-0021


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