NeuroAffective Relational Model, Trauma-Informed, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Brainspotting and Somatic Experiencing, Trauma-Focused Equine-Assisted Psychotherapy. All students will participate in both group and individual therapy as well as family therapy.
Parents are expected to commit to the family side of the program. This includes parent workshops and therapy sessions. Working with therapists, parents will set their own goals and treatment plan in parallel to their child’s treatment.
Most of our students stay at our program for 6-9 months.
Communication and visitation will shift as the individual needs of the student evolves or changes. Parents can visit their child every 4-6 weeks.
Students will live in typical residential housing. In the house, bedrooms include ensuite bathrooms. Bedrooms hold 1-3 students per room. In this home-like setting, students will participate in family-style cooking and learn how to function as a family.
Each teen’s treatment plan is individualized, including when a student is ready for technology use. Typically, when students reach Integration phase they can have access to technology like phones and computers.
Every day, students will participate in exercise or outdoor activity first thing in the morning. After exercising, students will move into daily living activities.