Dialectical behavioral therapy places emphasis on four elements: mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, distress tolerance, and emotional regulation. DBT helps people to stop engaging in self-harming behaviors that compromise their well-being.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy is similar to DBT in several ways. The primary goal of CBT is to help identify thought patterns and behaviors that lead to negative behaviors and outcomes. Once identified, clients can begin to develop skills to help break their problematic thinking and behavior so that they can reduce troublesome symptoms.
Acceptance and commitment therapy works by employing strategies related to acceptance, mindfulness, commitment, and behavior changes. ACT can help clients accept the thoughts and emotions they experience, rather than fight against them.
- Residential: In this round-the-clock level of care, you’ll participate in therapeutic sessions at our treatment center while temporarily living at one of our scenic lodges.
- Partial hospitalization program (PHP): This less time-intensive level of care still features full treatment days, but you’ll be able to return home or stay in one of our on-campus residences at night and on weekends.
We provide treatment activities that emphasize the power of being part of a community. Depending on your treatment plan, you may also receive group and family therapy, experiential therapy, and medication management.
Other benefits we offer include:
- Aftercare plan: We promote continued progression after your time in treatment. We provide detailed discharge planning, and our alumni network lets you keep in touch with the patients you met on your treatment journey.
- Flexibility: Your length of stay depends on your progress, strengths, and goals.
- Specialty treatment tracks: Your treatment plan can include programs highlighting Christianity, spirituality, and family.