Teen and young adult services
Teen and Young Adult
• Intensive Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment (6hrs or more a week) (This is a combination of group, individual, and family services)
• Outpatient Drug and Alcohol Treatment
• Individual Therapy
• Group Therapy
• Community Integration Support
FAMILY SPECIFIC SERVICES
• Individualized Family Therapy
• Multi-Family Group Therapy
• Recovery Support Parenting Skills Training
(Interested Parents can expect to learn how to better support their child's recovery process and improve communication and boundary setting with their child)
Evidence Based Group Service
• Anger Management
• Cognitive Behavior Therapy
• DBT Skills Training
• Healthy Relationships
• Multi-Family Group Therapy
• Relapse Prevention
• Seeking Safety
• LGBTQ+ Support Group
(This group is known as our Transitions Support Group in order to increase confi dentiality and reduce outing clients)
To Join any of our groups fill out & submit the form at the bottom of the page.
Evidence Based Group Descriptions
Dialectical Behavior Therapy Group - multistage approach treating the most self-destructive behavior, such as suicide attempts or self-injury, addressing, quality-of-life skills, such as emotional regulation, distress tolerance, and interpersonal effectiveness, creating improved relationships and self-esteem and promotes more joy and relationship connection.
Cognitive behavioral Therapy - Identifies and changes negative and self defeating thinking patterns and pushes for positive behavioral changes.
Pathways to Recovery- Cognitive based therapy process group to focus on changing maladaptive patterns and behaviors in adolescents.
Transitions Group- Process group to address challenges of the LGBTQ + youth and their families.
Seeking Safety - present-focused therapy that helps clients attain safety from trauma (including PTSD) and substance abuse by emphasizing coping skills, grounding techniques, and education.
Healthy Relationships – patients discover their individual identity, recognize and respect differences in others, develop healthy dating strategies, develop skills for constructing and maintaining positive social supports, skills for setting appropriate boundaries, understanding safe social media guidelines and viewing advertisements through an accurate lens, creating vision and applying it to future dreams and success, effective communication techniques for navigating conflict and expressing oneself, developing leadership skills.
Aggression Replacement Therapy- A multidimensional psychoeducational intervention designed to promote prosocial behavior in chronically aggressive and violent adolescents using techniques to develop social skills, emotional control, and moral reasoning.
Early Intervention- Early Intervention Class requires 1.5 hours of parental engagement. Participants can expect to learn the legalities around substance use and possession, developmental dilemmas on emotional and physical well being caused from substance use, how substance use can be a maladaptive coping strategy, family skills on how to discuss and communicate curiosities and concerns, and resources for continued treatment around mental health and substance use challenges.