What We Offer
Adolescent Therapy:
Identifying and Navigating the Struggle
Adolescence is an experience that everyone shares and can relate to in some capacity. This doesn’t make the experience any less difficult. Changes in brain chemistry during this stage also bring along physiological changes that can lead to feelings of awkwardness and alienation. On top of these changes, teenagers may also feel pressure to live up to standards determined by their parents, teachers, and society as a whole.
0 %
of all lifelong mental illnesses begin by age 14.
That means that the symptoms of mental illness can start to make themselves apparent during the teenage years.
Be aware of the warning signs:

Excessive worrying or fear

Confused thinking or problems concentrating and learning

Extreme mood changes, including uncontrollable “highs” or feelings of euphoria

Changes in sleeping patterns including oversleeping or insomnia

Difficulty perceiving reality (delusions or hallucinations in which a person experiences or senses things that don’t exist in objective reality)

Physical ailments without obvious causes (such as headaches, stomach aches, vague and ongoing “aches and pains”)

Intense concern with weight gain or physical appearance

You may think that these are typical teenage behaviors at times, and yes, they certainly can be.. But when these problematic behaviors become routine, it may be time to seek professional help, and we’re happy to connect you with the right resources.

Along with these factors, the newfound prevalence of social media may be to blame for many mental health hardships. It would appear on the outside that everyone on Instagram, TikTok, or Twitter is having the best day ever, all the time. 

Of course, we know that this is almost never the case. Separating reality from the deceptive nature of social media can be a lot for a child to process. This pressure is often internalized and can lead to mental health difficulties.

Not to mention the unique set of hardships that the COVID-19 pandemic has presented modern life. This pandemic has led to an increased sense of isolation for everyone, but this can be especially hard on teens.
Adolescent vs. Adult Therapy
Interactions with adolescents differ greatly from interactions with adults. Because of this, the approach to the treatment of adolescents facing mental health concerns must differ greatly from the treatment of adults facing similar issues.

The building of rapport between adolescents and counselor is crucial to forming a solid foundation for the success of mental health therapy. Our therapists strive to form an environment where adolescent consumers can be honest and open about their feelings and troubles.

Positive changes in thinking can only occur when trust is established, which is why we make it clear that we’re here to be a partner in their journey towards mental health and clarity.
Our dedicated team provides weekly programming
(up to 20 hours per week) which includes:

Group Sessions

Individual Sessions

Family Sessions

Case Management

Treatment Planning

Discharge/
Transition Planning

Referrals to Community Supports

Our small group sizes support you through individualized care and a comprehensive recovery care plan that you help design. We recognize that the decision to seek treatment can be a big step. Our outpatient treatment programs combine comprehensive, holistic therapy with technology which increases program engagement and participation, resulting in increased personal success. Our programs feature one-on-one therapy, exposure to multiple treatment therapies, individualized treatment, and an aftercare plan.
SUD – Outpatient
Recovery Close To Home
Our outpatient program (OP), is ideal for someone who has a strong support system and a positive environment to work toward and sustain recovery. Our program allows you to continue your education or career pursuits, maintain your recovery network within your community, and continue to be a part of activities or commitments that bring meaning to your life.
SUD – Outpatient
How The Program Works
After a thorough assessment, you will receive a treatment plan tailored to your needs and designed to help you achieve lasting recovery. Treatment usually lasts six to eight months and will require weekly or twice weekly attendance to outpatient sessions. As you move forward in your treatment plan toward recovery, required attendance may become monthly. The program will provide you with weekly group therapy and monthly individual and case management sessions to create sustainable change.

Targeted Case Management (TCM)

Adults who have been diagnosed with a mental illness should always have access to ongoing support.

That’s why we developed ourAdult Targeted Case Management (TCM), our community-integrated program that provides person-centered support to adults who have been diagnosed with a Serious and Persistent Mental Illness or are in need of mental health support. We provide personalized services for individuals who may have co-occurring medical, social and substance abuse challenges.

Our TCM staff supports individuals to gain access to services needed to meet their mental health needs, achieve recovery, and live independently in the community. Services are provided by skilled professionals who are supported by a team leader and a clinical supervisor. Case managers work closely with each individual to create a treatment plan, based on an assessment of functioning, needs, and strengths. Our tailored team meets with individuals one to four times per month in their homes or in the community.
We coordinate services with other providers to help each consumer achieve personalized goals on their individual treatment plan.

Assessment of functioning and needs

Assessment of strengths and support systems

Referrals to needed medical, psychiatric, dental vocational/
educational, social and benefit services

Coordination and ongoing monitoring of services

Crisis planning

Assistance with finding and keeping housing

Support to solve everyday life problems

Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program, PRP
As a licensed Psychiatric Rehabilitation Program, we offer services designed to assist both adults and adolescents who are impacted by severe and persistent mental illness (SPMI).
Our program is designed to develop or restore independent living and social skills, including the ability to make decisions regarding:

Self-care

Social skills

Effective communication

Life skills

Entitlement support

Emotional regulation

Independent living

Symptom management

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