Consider three approaches that will make color work within your facility's interior design
Variety is the fertile ground where innovation is possible, so be flexible in your designs
Part of the appeal of the site is the large heritage oak trees, but they made planning the building's layout a difficult proposition
As a designer of treatment spaces, I feel deeply connected to the behavioral healthcare community, even while I feel like an outsider.
Coordinated care is expanding as an approach to treating behavioral health patients, as evidenced by a project undertaken by Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services in Michigan.
Patients often become fixated on their personal belongings or might need to retrieve a forgotten personal item, requiring staff to dedicate patient-care time to retrieving patient belongings.
In recent years, healthcare organizations have experienced a growing number of patients with behavioral health issues presenting in their Emergency Departments. This has...
Why would anyone object to being treated for their illness? Is it because the space seems less than beautiful?
Nepean Mental Health Centre in Penrith, New South Wales, Australia, which opened in March 2014, was modeled on the construction of the human brain.
Three organizations created a collaborative project to redesign lobbies, rooms, parking lots, and common areas in a specific way to better deliver trauma-informed and gender-responsive care
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