Assessment and Evaluation
Through our assessment and evaluation process, we will develop an individualized treatment plan based on your unique set of needs. Call us to set up your initial assessment appointment where together we will evaluate and create the best treatment plan for you.
We consult with families regarding treatment for loved ones. Choosing the correct treatment can often be confusing & scary. Based on our years of specialty & areas of expertise, we offer consultation services to help guide you in the treatment process.
Outpatient Therapy (OP)
Outpatient therapists provide individual and couple’s therapy using trauma informed modalities to support healing from trauma & other mental health issues. Individual therapy can be once a week or more. This level of care can be a drop down from the more intensive offerings or as a stand alone treatment plan.
Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
For those needing more support, our IOP offers 3+ days per week, with 3+ hours per day. Each client’s program is individualized based on their clinical needs and includes daily individual therapy & a variety of groups. Our integrative approach uses various cutting-edge trauma informed modalities.
Partial/Day Treatment (PHP)
Our most intensive level of care meets 5 days per week, for 4+ hours a day as a step down after inpatient or residential treatment. Clients will be assigned a primary therapist, will have daily individual therapy & a variety of groups. We can also provide referrals to transitional or sober living to offer additional support.
Group therapy is an opportunity for clients to feel “seen” by others, to know they’re not alone & to share their journey in a safe place. Some groups are psychoeducation or skill building, others are experiential, processed or specialized. Our clinicians provide structure & safety in a healing environment.
Allan Schore, Mental health workers – “need to be informed about the interpersonal neurobiology of attachment, not only in early development but also how these dynamics are playing out in the patient’s psychopathology and in the relationship between the patient and the therapists.”
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