Traditional and experiential therapies and programs designed for each individual.
Therapy should never be a one-size-fits-all approach. We offer a variety of individualized, traditional, and experiential therapies including:
Clients recall traumatic events and counselors help them quickly recategorize these memories. After one to five sessions, clients no longer feel intense distress when they recall these memories.
A facilitator and client will work together to discuss specific strategies of managing anxiety, beliefs, and behaviors that lead to or enhance their anxiety. Group sessions will allow members to share their experiences and contribute to the progress of one another. The goal is for our clients to learn about and find new and effective ways for reducing anxiety.
CBT is a form of psychotherapy which seeks to change a person’s dysfunctional emotions, behavior, and thoughts and how they are processed by interrogating and uprooting these negative and irrational beliefs. It rests on the belief that the way someone thinks and perceives impacts their behavior.
EMDR is an evidence based psychotherapy which helps the client access and process traumatic memories and symptoms of emotional distress to an adaptive resolution. It supports a quick and effective re-grounding of disturbing memories and/or distorted thoughts.
Equine-assisted therapy involves activities with horses to promote human physical and mental health. This unique experience seeks to help people develop skills for emotional regulation, self-confidence, and responsibility.
As an activity-based approach, this therapy addresses the needs of individuals struggling with addiction and/or mental health disorders. Clients learn healthy coping skills, socialization skills, increased self awareness, enjoyment for life, and responsibility through activities such as kayaking, gardening, creating art, and taking care of the animals on campus.