Bridging the Transitional Care Gap From Treatment to Recovery
Through extended and residential care at Visions Treatment Centers, we aim to address mental health problems that are unique to teens, helping them cope with and acknowledge their thoughts and behaviors, and develop practical applications for the lessons they’ve learned along the way. Some of the mental disorders we at Visions treat include mood disorders like depression and bipolar disorder, behavioral disorders, anxiety disorders like PTSD and OCD, and more.
To treat each teen effectively, we utilize a thorough assessment of a teen’s emotional and physical health, getting a better picture of where they are in the treatment process, and what they are struggling with. Via extended care, we aim to help teens who have gone through treatment learn to better utilize what they’ve learned in an everyday setting, and slowly transition into normal living. With a focus on academics and evidence-based treatment, we ensure our teens continue their education while at Visions and learn to manage their health at their own pace.
At Visions, we work with teens through therapeutic modalities such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). Our extended care programs rely on individual talk therapy, family therapy and group therapy, and we coordinate with a teen’s family to facilitate continuous care outside the program through peer support groups and more.