Insight Rehab counseling and Therapy

At Insight, issues related to adolescent depression, low self-esteem, social functioning, anxiety, trauma, grief and loss, risky behaviors, self-harming behaviors, co-dependency, family problems, academic problems, and/or drug and alcohol use are often addressed in group, individual, and family counseling. The Insight rehab staff members has undergone extensive training in the assessment and treatment of adolescent behavioral and emotional problems, and can offer therapeutic interventions and parent training to help create appropriate limits and healthy lifestyles for troubled teens presenting out of control or high risk behaviors.

For teens and young adults who may not need the structure of Insight Rehab’s Intensive Outpatient Program, teens and families can have individualized programs created for them which may include appropriate group, individual, couples, or family counseling, as well as case management. These programs are tailored to address the specific needs of higher functioning adolescents and their families and may vary from one group and one individual session per week to as many as 5 groups per week. Random drug testing, parent coaching and family education are also incorporated into the program to help reach long-term therapeutic goals.

Teen Rehab early intervention

Insight’s Teen Rehab Early Intervention Program is designed for teens that are beginning to experience problems with social functioning, peers, family members, their self-image, or are experimenting with drugs or alcohol. This group helps teens explore adolescent issues in a safe and structured environment, while learning life skills that will help them achieve their goals and experience a sense of competency and positive self-image.

Early Intervention teen rehab provides services for teens whose behaviors are beginning to change. A drop in grades, changes in peer groups, or problems at home or school are all signs that your teen may benefit from services designed to intervene on problem behaviors before they escalate. Psycho-educational and skill building groups, as well as individual or family therapy provided by therapists specializing in issues of early adolescence can help your teen thrive as he/she navigates the complicated issues associated with adolescence and young adulthood.