Transitioning into adulthood is a tough process, and young people struggling through this developmental milestone may need more intervention than 50 minutes a week of psychotherapy. Our current client population for Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program services are in late adolescence and emerging adulthood who are involved in multiple systems of care and at risk of out-of-home placement or no longer being welcome in their family's home.
Maladaptive behavioral patterns such as substance misuse, destructive intimacy, and dysfunctional family roles tend to solidify during late adolescence and linger into adulthood. This program exists to bring sanity and wisdom into this tumultuous time of life.
Using an emphatic and involved approach, we immerse into the client's world being there when others aren't.
Our Intensive Outpatient Treatment Program is a comprehensive behavioral health model intentioned to strengthen the client's positive behavior in major life areas such as recreation, academics, job skills, volunteer work, creating new life experiences, and recovery.
Individual needs are addressed as well as life skills acquired during Therapeutic Mentoring sessions, which occur within the client's environment.
Meeting the needs for peer-group identity, at the program's core is a therapy group meeting weekly for Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy sessions.
Room is made through Family Psychotherapy in order for the young person to take on developmentally appropriate roles within the nuclear family system.
COMMUNITY-BASED INTENSIVE TREATMENT
FAMILY PSYCHOTHERAPY (both with and without client present)