Yellowbrick recognizes that many adolescents are struggling with psychiatric challenges which strain their well-being and ability to function effectively at school, with peers or at home. Adolescent Integrative Services at Yellowbrick provide a range of services geared toward preventive intervention within the context of a developmentally facilitating platform for teens who have already begun to manifest disruptive psychiatric difficulties.
The principles and emphasis of Adolescent Integrative Services are:
Interventions available include:
Paths to engage treatment based on level of care desired and needed
The Adolescent Services program is designed to provide the initiation of treatment through several assessment paths. Once initiated, treatment can involve a limited package of therapy services, a package drawing on a broader range of interventions, or participation in our After School Intensive Outpatient Program that integrates the full range of available services.
Treatment begins with one of three assessment paths:
Available Assessment Components
There are three paths of treatment engagement varying by level of comprehensiveness and involvement. There is flexibility to move from one level to another as the need and desire indicates.
|Tuesday||Thursday||Every Other Saturday|
|9:00 - 12:00||Multi-Family IOP
Including the following for parents and adolescents separately and together:
Multiple-Family Parent-Adolescent Group
|4:00 – 4:30||Nurturing Mind and Body||Nurturing Mind and Body|
|4:30 – 5:20||Regulating Mind and Body||Regulating Mind and Body|
|5:30 – 6:20||Self, Family, Relationships||Self, Family, Relationships|
|6:30 – 7:20||Skill Development & Practice –
What happened the previous weekend?
|Skill Development & Practice –
How can you apply these skills to the coming weekend?
Compare Yellowbrick’s Adolescent Integrative Services
|Routine Adolescent IOP||Yellowbrick Adolescent Integrative Services|
|Assessment||1-2 hours interviews||Flexibility ranging a spectrum from brief initial assessment to a fuller assessment including genetic testing, neuroimaging, interviews and a 90 minute Collaboration Conference|
|Service Integration||Splintered||All components available on-site|
|Schedule||3-5 days full time
Requires missing school
|Flexible, depending on need, desire and availability, ranging from limited therapy services to a 3 days after school with extensive family therapy and Family University 2 Saturdays/month|
|Skills-based CBT/DBT||Sole intervention model||CBT, DBT, RODBT, ACT, MBSR, Sensori-motor approaches|
|Mind-body work to regulate emotion/behavior||Infrequent, if at all||Essential to the full treatment model and available as needed when there is more limited treatment engagement|
|Educational focus on Adolescent-specific developmental challenges||Possibly||Essential to the full treatment model and available as needed when there is more limited treatment engagement|
|Clinical Neuroscience Interventions||Rarely available if at all||On-site MD’s: neurofeedback, dTMS, medications, nutraceuticals, genomic testing|
|Family Therapy||Usually 1x/week as an adjunct||Integrated fully into the treatment model, available 1-3 times/week|
|Family education & support||Usually part of family therapy||Availability of bi-monthly family workshops and of a Family Liaison for ongoing and as-needed consultation|
|Staffing||Generally junior masters level||Experienced Masters and senior Doctoral level|
At Yellowbrick, emerging adults find their way home.
For more information, please contact Yellowbrick at 847-869-1500.