Individualized, All Gender Transitional Program
At Visions Treatment Centers, we find a teen-oriented and holistic approach works best for young adults. Through our programs, we aim to provide parents and teens with a variety of different treatment program environments for them to feel safe and at-home.
Treatment at our extended care facilities centers around helping teens learn to put their newfound habits and coping skills to use in everyday context after primary intervention.
We continue to provide individual and group therapy and rely on specific modalities to help teens with a variety of diagnoses and circumstances. Some of these modalities include dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), which focuses on emotional and behavioral responses in social contexts, and cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), which helps teens learn to manage their thoughts through their actions.
Peer experiences are important, which is why our extended care program features frequent outdoor education experiences. Many of our patients are still in school, and academic assistance is a crucial part of our extended care program.
By working with each teen’s school to determine and set an academic schedule around their current curriculum, we help to ensure patients’ learning and education continuum while in our care. Our day school features a fully accredited curriculum, and we ensure teens living at Visions aren’t left behind.