Clinical Therapies

Clinical teams use therapeutic practices that have been successful for a long time as well as cutting edge treatments in the field of behavioral health. Some of these therapies include:

– Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
– Motivational Interviewing
– Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
– Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT)
– Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR)
– Brainspotting
– Motivational Interviewing
– & more

Most programs use a combination of therapies, both on individual and group levels, as well as other related practices.

Individualized Treatment Planning

Upon admission to a program, the intake and clinical team will help determine which therapies will be most beneficial for your unique situation. Combined with various educational and experiential tracks and group counseling, your personalized treatment plan awaits.

Multiple Levels of Care

It continues to become more evident that not everyone fits into a predefined level of care or category for treatment, while others may follow a similar paths. Unfortunately, these decisions are often made based on the payer (insurance coverage) than by what is clinically appropriate. Providers often have to battle to get reimbursed for the treatments and therapies that people deserve.

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