Evolve Treatment Centers, accredited by CARF and The Joint Commission, offers the highest caliber of behavioral health care for adolescents 12 to 17 years old struggling with mental health issues or substance abuse.
Some Teens Benefit from Intensive Day Treatment for Mental Health
As a therapist, you know healing doesn’t happen overnight.
If you’re treating an adolescent who needs more support than one therapy session a week, but whose symptoms do not merit residential rehab, a day treatment program may offer the perfect balance.
Day treatment can be a perfect choice for families during the summer months, because teens aren’t in school and they have the time and energy to dedicate to treatment.
Day treatment may also be protective for teens during the summer months, because emotional, behavioral, and substance use disorders can take a downward spiral when teens have too much unstructured, unsupervised time their hands.
Your teen client may just need an extra boost of intensive treatment to break them out of their current patterns and allow them to get their issues under control before going back to school in the fall. To learn more about our Intensive Day Programs for Adolescents – also known as Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) – please CLICK HERE.
More Advantages of Day Treatment:
- Full day of evidence-based support
- Full supervision by qualified mental health professionals
- Complete range of complementary therapies
- Stability and comfort of returning home every evening
If your adolescent patient needs a level of care that’re more intense than what you can offer in your outpatient practice, Day Programs Evolve Treatment Centers have several convenient locations in Southern and Northern California.
Day Programs at Evolve
We support teens living with:
- Substance abuse
- Bipolar-disorder symptoms
- Mood/personality disorders
- Self-harming behavior
- Suicidal ideation
- Dual diagnoses
- Other mental-health/behavioral issues
Evolve Day Treatment Programs for adolescents include:
- Individualized Recovery Plan
- 5-6 hours or treatment per day, 5 days a week.
- 2 individual therapy sessions a week
- 1 family therapy session a week
- 1 psychiatry session a week
- Academic support as needed
- Therapeutic groups: Seeking Safety, Client-Centered Group, 12-Step Panel
- Multifamily Groups, Parent Support Groups, and Family Dinners
- Experiential Therapies: Hiking, Meditation, Yoga, Music, Art, Dance, Drama, Social Outings, Physical Fitness
Upon admission, teens receive a complete psychological assessment. Our experienced team of physicians, nurses, and counselors then collaborate with families and teens to create an individualized treatment plan that meets their specific needs.
Experienced Staff, Experts in Adolescent Mental Health
Our staff is handpicked to provide the highest level of care available. On-site staff includes a psychiatrist, nurses, and licensed therapists. Our counseling staff is made up of licensed clinicians, masters-level interns, and certified recovery coaches. Our staff is committed to helping adolescents, and bring a diverse and eclectic background to the treatment experience.
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
- Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA)
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Mindfulness-Based Dialectical/Cognitive Therapy (MBD/CT)
- Individual Family Therapy
- Multi-Family Support Groups
- Group Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
- Process Group
- Commitment Group
- Seeking Safety
- Parent Support Groups
- Family Dinners
- 12-Step Panel
Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR)
- Social Outings
- Physical Fitness
The Right Level of Support at The Right Time
A day program during the summer months might be exactly what your adolescent patient needs to turn the corner with whatever condition it is they’re dealing with. As a mental health professional, you know treatment works – but it has to be the right kind of treatment, in the right amount, delivered by the right people.
You can help your clients dial in their level of care and put them in the best possible position to manage their mental health symptoms before they go back to school in the fall.