Therapeutic approach

Patients learn how to apply the tools and skills they need for their best chance of full recovery through a comprehensive, therapeutic approach.

  • Effective for thousands of patients, we have two primary aspects of evidence-based care cognitive behavioral therapy and medication management.
    • Cognitive behavioral therapy: Patients learn to recognize, understand, and manage thoughts and feelings, identify maladaptive thoughts and behaviors, and change those thoughts and behaviors.
    • Medication management: If medication is needed, making sure you have the right one and dosage.
  • A multidisciplinary team of experts guides your care. While physicians oversee treatment planning, experts in every field — psychiatry, medicine, nursing, psychology, social work, nutrition, experiential therapy — work to ensure each part of your treatment plan contributes to your success.
  • Family involvement is a key part of many treatment plans. Some treatment includes family therapy, or regular check-ins. We also offer Parent University, a bi-weekly program that educates parents in the treatment, recovery, and mental health support of their children. (Exception: Adolescent Center)
  • Mindfulness and experiential therapy. We’re committed to working with patients in a warm, inviting environment to find the combination of therapy and experiences that helps patients onto a road to recovery. That’s why we offer mindfulness and experiential therapy, as well as spiritual care, providing a holistic approach to healing, regardless of faith or belief system.
  • Post-treatment support groups. We offer post-treatment support groups to help in the continuation and success of your recovery.

Paul shares his story of finding treatment for his eating disorder

Behavioral therapy

Our proven-effective therapies will help you maintain lasting changes. 

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Medication management

For many people, medications are an important component of care.

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Experiential therapy

Find new understanding and deeper connections through therapeutic activities and experiences.

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