We offer longer-term, clinically robust, trauma-informed, and community-based treatment. Our clinicians are well seasoned in treating complex clients utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, and life skills. This is all intertwined with intensive work with each family system. Throughout each day, the clients are engaging in many groups ranging from psycho-eduction, relapse prevention, anger management, skills building, and
process groups. In addition to our calculated group schedule throughout the week are regular individual sessions to ensure a truly individualized treatment experience for each client.
It is our firm belief that the sole responsibility for each treatment program should be to treat the whole person, and this includes addressing all potential underlying mental health concerns. Every client meets with our psychiatrist upon admission and will continue to see him as needed for medication management and regular sessions. We understand the fluctuation of behaviors and mental health at this stage of each client’s process,
and it is imperative to ensure a safe and well-contained environment through a properly integrated and highly experienced medical and clinical team.
The role of the case manager is to help clients build and practice a daily routine that works for their recovery. This looks different for each person. Clients will have assistance finding employment opportunities, healthy hobbies & activities, and education advancement. Each client will have their own goals and needs. We take this into consideration and offer support while they set themselves up for a sustainable and enjoyable recovery journey.
By replacing old negative habits with new healthy ones, our goal is to help our clients seamlessly transition from hopelessness to confidence.
Chief Executive Officer/Partner
LMFT, Clinical Director