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Laureate Psychiatric Clinic and Hospital

6655 South Yale Avenue, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74136
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About Laureate Psychiatric Clinic and Hospital

Laureate is a private, not-for-profit, freestanding psychiatric facility. The campus is set on 47 acres of rolling hills in a series of related buildings forming a retreat-like atmosphere. Its beautifully landscaped surroundings include wooded courtyards, walking trails, a waterfall and a small lake. Everything on campus, from the outpatient clinic to patient rooms, is designed with your needs in mind. Laureate is dedicated to providing only the latest diagnostic services and medical technologies. The treatment concepts, the programs, the buildings and the campus itself are an outgrowth of the constant re-examination of how behavioral healthcare should be delivered.

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Service Settings
Intensive outpatient treatment
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Intensive outpatient treatment
Gender Accepted
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Worst experience(s) of my life. They touched/stripped naked (to check for scars) and grabbed me during panic attacks while I was in inpatient, and as an outpatient they just stopped filling my meds! Insane. I actually hate this place.
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annomous
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This place doesn't meet any needs what so ever as a adalessied here, i felt inorged, the staff barley ate with us and ended up just staring at us the whole meal, they dropped me to base for a horbile reason they call you out if ur not perfect
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AMS
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The only reason this treatment center was effective is because I am so terrified of going back there that I am hesitant to engage in eating disorder behaviors... I thought most of the staff were very harsh and not willing to accommodate to my personal needs. In one instance, I had already drank my two cups of water, but I needed a little bit more so I could help swallow my carrots that I was eating. The staff members refused to let me have an extra glass of water, which I thought was completely ridiculous. I would not recommend this treatment center for your daughter, and I think that the majority of my fellow patients would agree. My parents said that they regret sending me there. If you are in need of treatment for your child, there are better options to look into. Good luck on your journey and stay safe,
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Catherine
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Out patient program unavailable. Promised family member meeting with Psychologist and or Psychiatrist before admission and shut us (her children) out and didn\'t communicate at all. \"Doesn\'t do full psychological diagnosis or evaluations\", Psychiatrist \"spent 9 minutes \" in 5 days with my mother and she complained a couple employees were mocking patients behind their backs. Not impressed.
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Anonymous
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This was about 5-6 years ago when my sister went. They helped her for most part but really were able to help my parents deal with her and the co-dependacy. The treatment programs were great, the staff was understanding and patient. I'm sure they can only help so much when people don't want help and are forced to go, my sister knew how to play some people there, could get away with some stuff. She did get over her problems eventually but unfortunately played my parents even more after she got out. Wish they would have prepared my parents more for the games she would play. But, for most part She is finally better now but still can play games every now and then. I just went with my parents for a few meeting but I felt they needed to know more on how to deal with problems after coming home and learn to deal with 'threats' the young teens might make when they don't get their way. I don't know how to explain it other than my sister would threaten to not eat and go back into her anorexia if she didn't get her way. My mom especially would give in to her cause she felt like it was her fault and my sister knew she could play her. This went on for about a year til she had had enough and basically called her bluff. They had spent a lot of money on her during this year, not including paying for treatment. So looking back now I don't think they were informed enough of the tricks and threats they might do. But, she is better now and treatment did work.