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Our Clinical Model

At ROOTs Transition, we utilize the NeuroAffective Relational Model (NARM) to help clients with complex and relational trauma.

NARM is a cutting-edge therapeutic model for addressing trauma that employs a mindfulness-based treatment to help clients learn self-regulation and explore a more authentic identity.  By connecting clients to parts of the self that are organized, functional and coherent, NARM helps clients to counteract the disconnection and dysregulation they are experiencing. This is the foundation for all we do at ROOTs, from our employee development, to our culture, to our client care.

Who Benefits from Our Clinical Model

Our clinical model helps those impacted by complex and/or attachment trauma move forward with their lives.

Clients join us with varying mental health challenges such as: 

  •       anxiety
  •       depression
  •       school failure
  •       family conflict
  •       history of PTSD
  •       medically stable eating disorders
  •       drug use
  •       promiscuity
  •       personality disorder traits

While at ROOTs, clients learn how to deal with these maladaptive patterns in a more healthy and productive way.

We also serve the LGBTQ+ community.  Our center strives to be inclusive and help our clients work towards identity development and the process of accepting and loving themselves, regardless of sexuality or gender identification.

Individualized Care 

Each client receives an individualized treatment plan based on their needs. The number of clinical hours will vary depending on which stage the client is at within the program.  Flexibility to fit the changing needs of our clients is key to the therapeutic process.

Intervention Stage 

  • 60-minute individual sessions twice a week with primary therapist
  • 90-minute family sessions once per week with primary therapist
  • 60-minute parent sessions once per week with Parent Clinical Director 

Transition Stage 

  • 60-minute individual sessions once per week with primary therapist
  • 90-minute family sessions once per week with primary therapist
  • 60-minute sessions every other week with Parent Clinical Director 

Integration Stage – 

  • 60-minute sessions once per week with primary therapist
  • 90-minute family sessions every other week primary therapist
  • 60-minute parent sessions as-needed with Parent Clinical Director

 

Our clients participate in traditional therapeutic sessions while also experiencing the healing power of nature. We see nature as a catalyst for growth and integration, helping clients to approach their lives with personal agency and curiosity. With the help of our clinicians, clients are supported in their journey toward healing and leave treatment with the ability to move forward with hope.

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