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Our focus at Cascade Canyon is to provide a home-like environment in a peaceful setting while treating teens as whole people. The program has been designed to take into consideration teens unique needs physically, mentally, and emotionally.
Cascade Canyon uses a wide range of treatment approaches and evidence-based practices that are meant to equip and empower teens and their families with the tools they need in order to make positive, healthy changes in their lives. Every teen we serve is unique and responds differently to different therapies and activities. Some of the treatments and therapies we use include:
At Cascade Canyon, we believe in treating the client as a whole person, not just treating their symptoms. In order to make the biggest impact on a teen’s life, we confront issues that all teens face, but some are unable to cope with. In addition to various therapeutic modalities, teens will also engage in the following:
Our program is centered around our four-week group process topics that help teens understand they have the resources they need to heal themselves.
During the “looking inward” weeks, teens focus on self-discovery and looking at their true identity. The groups will cover topics like labels, core values, beliefs, how they identify themselves, how others define them, and other topics revolving around who they are as people.
The main focus during weeks three and four is relationships. Teens will take a closer look at the importance of boundaries, types of communication, identifying support systems, dating, and familial relationships.
During weeks five and six, teens focus on cognitive function and emotional wellness. Topics for these weeks include things like brain development, mindfulness, forgiveness, acceptance, healing from trauma, nutrition, emotional regulation, and self expression.
The final two weeks are about implementing and living life differently. The goal of week seven and eight is to support clients as they transition from being in a residential setting to home. Some of the topics they cover will include “what to do when I’m not in residential treatment”, making and maintaining good decisions, creating a declaration of self-acceptance, understanding mental health and understanding addiction.