Evidence Based. Astounding Results.
Our unique approach to treating a constellation of complex mental-health issues is at the core of how we are changing the face of mental health. Our minimum length of stay is 90 days during which, our integral-recovery approach to psychology helps adolescents and young adults see themselves and the world around them in more detailed and effective ways by focusing on the following four branches:
- Self and consciousness (The parts of me no one can see)
- Behaviors and perspective (The parts of me that others see and measure)
- Foundational values (culture and world view)
- Social system and environment (Everything outside of me)
Using these four quadrants, we are able to see a multi-dimensional view of the individual and begin to help them break down the obstacles and barriers that have kept them from thriving in the past. We can then guide our residents to begin identifying and developing their cornerstones of being. This framework provides them with a roadmap for adapting response and reaction to everyday highs and lows based on their value systems, while embracing self-actualization.
Many of our adolescent and young-adult residents come to us with compounded mental-health and medical conditions that have gone undiagnosed – from physical and developmental to psychological and behavioral. The direct correlation between the dysfunction of these systems most often produces a continuous cycle of cause-and-effect that keeps them from flourishing.
The collaborative foundation of our integral approach enables us to make these connections. Once the level of function, impairment and challenges have been identified, we can define therapeutic measures within the treatment plan that align the body’s systems to maximize the journey to well-being.
What We Treat
Our diverse team of highly-skilled professionals specializes in clarifying these complex issues, including:
- Mood disorder, depression and bipolar disorder
- Anxiety disorders, OCD, panic disorder and social anxiety
- Executive functioning issues
- Adoption and attachment Issues
- Autism spectrum disorders and/or related diagnoses
- Strained relationships with parents and authority figures
- Decline in academic performance
- ADD/ADHD issues
- Anger management
- Eating disorders
- Thought disorders
- Personality disorders
- Negative peer relationships
- Somatoform disorders
- Gaming & Technology issues
Transformation Through Innovation
From the values, principles and integral-recovery modalities we apply in our treatment plans to the quality and comfort of our home environments, every step of the process is designed to surround individuals with constant physical, emotional and mental support. With this safety net in place, our residents have the freedom to discover who they are, explore their place in the world and connect how their bodies, minds and spirits work together as a whole.
We have always known exercise, diet and connecting in the community play important roles in mental-health treatment. In our constant pursuit of knowledge and innovation, we have applied these philosophies in new, creative ways. This not only supports transformation and lasting well-being, it’s also produced astounding results and has proven Innercept’s programs to be more successful.
The mental and physical benefits of gardening and horticulture are undeniable. From connecting with themselves and the world to developing a growth mindset, residents have the opportunity to see and taste the fruits (and vegetables) of their labor firsthand. Our solar-powered greenhouse with water fed from a year-round on-campus pond, offers a variety of projects through our accredited school and food-growing program that work to build confidence, reduce stress and promote a greater sense of personal responsibility.
Food As Medicine
Through our integral-recovery approach, we provide weekly culinary classes to develop cooking skills that foster healthy eating habits. Residents work directly with one of our full-time, dedicated registered dietitians to learn how to use food as natural medicine. Innercept offers an array fresh, whole foods that provide a solid foundation for sustainable overall wellness.
Recent studies have shown exercise can actually rejuvenate brain cells and even build new ones, debunking previously held misconceptions about exercise. From movement and motion to relaxation techniques, our integral-recovery model incorporates a broad range of exercises for the body, mind and spirit. Together, these proven therapeutic components are key to promoting healthy self-care habits and regulating mood for improved brain function.
Mental-health issues are known for causing individuals to focus inward, creating feelings of isolation, which in turn, can cause them to become disconnected. Volunteerism plays a key role in our integral-recovery model by helping our residents turn outward to build connections and relationships. By seeing the value their contributions offer to others and to the world, they are able to begin appreciating the gifts and opportunities they’ve been given. This works to build confidence and self-esteem.
Full Perspective. Wholly Therapeutic.
Treatment begins by working closely with our adolescent and young-adult residents through a variety of therapeutic modalities – both group and one-on-one. These sessions are evidence-based and allow us to see the full perspective, giving us the ability to define and align treatment plans to maximize the body’s systems, rather than missing any critical factors. With the added benefit of our small program size, this helps us prevent setbacks, relapses and hospitalizations.
Touch – includes sensory integration and exploration of the ability to self-modulate, so one can better handle sensory input and react to it appropriately.
Cephalo – executive functioning group that focuses on neurologically-based skills involving mental control and self-regulation to support the achievement of goals and living productively.
SPARK – early morning exercise has been proven to increase focus, improve mood regulation, lower anxiety and enhance overall well-being.
Vestibular – incorporates yoga and movement therapy to address the perception of the body in relation to gravity, position and balance of everyday life.
Gastrointestinal – alternating with food as medicine, this culinary group explores the impact diet and nutrition has in supporting and strengthening all systems of the body.
Cardio – combines the heart math group and dialectal- behavioral therapy for developing new skills to manage painful emotions and decrease conflict in relationships.
Ego – integrative art therapy our residents absolutely love. This group explores the fun part of our being by combining theatrics, music, improv and humor.
Recreation – spending time in nature helps residents learn valuable life lessons, such as their place in the world and the circle of life.
Community – serving others creates an atmosphere of self-respect, self-worth and self-confidence.
Connection – helps individuals evolve the necessary skills for developing and maintaining meaningful relationships.
Sleep hygiene – techniques that incorporate the five senses and work to support proper patterns of rest.
Evolving a New Way of Living
From our integral approach to treatment and innovative therapeutic techniques to the depth and diversity of our expert team – it’s this powerful combination that makes Innercept more successful in helping adolescents and young adults emerge from the risk and vulnerability of various complex mental-health issues and realize their full potential.