Residential Treatment

Residential Treatment:

Rogers is a comprehensive psychiatric hospital, nationally recognized for specialty residential treatment programs for eating disorders, addiction, obsessive-compulsive disorder and anxiety disorders for children, teens and adults.

Child Center Staff

The Child Center’s staff members excel at connecting with the children in their care. They are skilled at striking a balance between enthusiastically guiding children as they participate in the center’s activities and providing emotional support during challenging situations or tough transitions.

While staying at the Child Center your child has access to a full range of health specialists specifically trained for their age group, including:

  • Board-certified child and adolescent psychiatrists
  • Licensed clinical psychologists
  • Master’s level therapists
  • Behavioral specialists
  • Pediatric, family practice and internal medicine physicians
  • Registered psychiatric nurses
  • Registered dietitians
  • Experiential therapists
  • Certified teachers
  • Child and adolescent trained counselors

Our staff stays up-to-date with the latest advances in emotional and behavioral treatment and can provide valuable guidance to help your child reach his or her goals.

Meet the manager: Eddie Tomaich

Child Center Manager | Eddit Tomaich

Many children who come for Rogers’ unique therapy are away from family for the very first time, and Eddie Tomaich, the Clinical Services Manager of the Child Center, seeks to make that transition a little easier by training staff to understand “from a child’s point of view.”

As the former lead therapist of St. Charles Youth and Family Services in Waukesha, WI, Tomaich is well versed on intensive family-based therapy. “I am focused on finding ways to integrate what we’re doing in the unit and to communicate that to parents so they can continue doing the same kinds of things at home,” he said. “It’s important that families are involved. We want children to learn while being as comfortable as possible at the Child Center.”

Tomaich explained that one way might be as simple as giving a parent access to a person who can share how their child’s day went. “My goal is to ensure an easier transition for both children and families,” he continued, “not only as they go from their homes to the Child Center but also as they return home to their families.”

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