The Trauma Center Residential Program
The Trauma Center is pleased to offer trauma-focused assessment and residential services for adolescent males and females ages 12-22 at the van der Kolk Center Glenhaven Academy, two of the residential treatment programs of Justice Resource Institute and the Trauma Center.
The trauma assessment service will include developmental, familial, trauma and treatment history, projective and personality testing, strengths and resources assessment, records review, collateral evaluation and initial treatment planning. Other optional assessments will be available including neuropsychological testing, educational testing, and vocational assessment. Over the course of the program, clients will receive trauma-focused individual psychotherapy with emphasis on establishment of foundational affect regulation skills and internalization of coping skills. Each client will receive individualized educational as well as recreational programming including opportunities for horseback riding, dance lessons, art classes, music instruction, and yoga. As appropriate, clients will be integrated into all of Walden's and Glenhaven's academic, milieu and group programming. Clients/caregivers, and primary therapists will receive a comprehensive evaluation report that includes clinical formulation and recommendations for ongoing care following discharge. This model has both a 5-day and a 19-day option.
The residential treatment option would include a residential stay at the van der Kolk Glenhaven Academy that utilizes a trauma-focused model of treatment. Over the course of treatment, clients will receive educational services in an accredited onsite high school, trauma-focused individual therapy, trauma-focused group therapy, family therapy and support, crisis stabilization, and therapeutic recreation which includes trauma-informed opportunities including horseback riding, dance lessons, art classes, and swimming lessons. In addition, other trauma-focused interventions available would include SMART programming, neurofeedback, trauma-informed yoga, and a therapeutic sports league. The average length of this program is between 9 and 12 months.
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