461 W. Huron Street
4th Floor, Main Hospital
Pontiac, MI 48341
Floor 4-South: (248) 857-7367
Patient Phones: (248) 253-2204, (248) 253-2205
TDD Line: (248) 857-6722
Monday 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday 6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Saturday 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Sunday 3:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Holidays 2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Medical Director: Yatinder Singhal, MD
The Behavioral Medicine Team at Doctors’ Hospital of Michigan is committed to helping individuals reach their optimal level of mental health
At Doctor's Hospital of Michigan Behavioral Medicine Department, patient-centered care is our philosophy. Our team includes Psychiatrists, Recreational Therapists, Social Workers, RNs & LPNs, and Mental Health Technicians. These experienced professionals seek to empower patients with a multidisciplinary approach to mental wellness. We're always here to help.
The Behavioral Medicine Department is licensed by the State of Michigan, and accredited by CMS and The Joint Commission. We accept both voluntary and involuntary patients on our 30-bed unit.
• Cognitive Behavior Therapy
• Individual and family counseling as indicated
• Inpatient crisis stabilization
• Co-occurring addiction groups as indicated
• Recreational therapy groups
• Access to medical treatment
• Liaison to Core Provider Agencies & Probate court
• Evaluation of substance abuse needs
• Medication Education & Symptom Identification groups
Groups are designed to provide increased knowledge, self-esteem and coping strategies and maximize social and living skills.
Meet Our Team
Board-certified psychiatrist will complete a thorough psychiatric assessment and daily monitoring of symptoms with psychopharmacology.
Nursing staff provides continuity of care, assisting in patient symptom management, and teaching about and monitoring medications.
• SOCIAL WORKER
Provides phychosocial assessment of needs in regards to family issues, outpatient referrals, and discharge planning.
• RECREATIONAL THERAPISTS
Evaluate patients’ ability to perform regular activities.
• MENTAL HEALTH TECHNICIANS
Assist patients with activities of daily living and therapeutic interventions.
Some Warning signs of behavioral changes
- Isolation from friends and family
- Difficulty concentrating
- Increase/decrease in appetite and weight
- Self-destructive behaviors
- Mood changes
- Disruption in sleep pattern
- Suicidal/Homicidal thoughts
If you or someone you know is experiencing any of these symptoms, seek assistance through your Primary Care Physician or local Emergency center.
Download and print our Behavioral Medicine Brochure