We are flexible in our approach to care. We develop staff skills and programming in alignment with the evolutions of neuroscience, process addictions, trauma recovery, the understanding of food, experiential and expressive modalities, and critical, humanist psychology while promoting the embodiment process for both resident and staff.
We understand that the complexities of eating disorder diagnoses and the underlying causes associated require a staff that is skilled with all areas of mental and physical wellbeing. To meet this need, we routinely train each of our staff members in forefront modalities and treatment philosophies. This approach to professional development trickles directly to each client’s experience of care.
We address the medical and nutritional needs of clients and offer a curated balance of psycho-education, process, expressive, and experiential opportunities for clients to self-actuate their health. We do not ask clients to engage in work that we ourselves do not also engage in. We remain active in our own curiosity. We witness our own reactions, responses, and we seek communication and organizational resolution. Our continual evaluation process is one that we employ at all levels of our organization. The simple complexities of eating disorder diagnoses require an approach that is continually reflexive. We are willing to look at ourselves, and what we offer time and time again, maintaining industry and client relevance and reflective care.
Motivation provides reasons to live in healthful ways from a variety of perspectives including the challenges of motivation. Promoting the state or condition of motivation, each group integrates aspects of this theme within its structure.
Self-identity shifts throughout the process of care. Each group offering focuses on identity structure, recognition, development, differentiation and acceptance. Through a sustained, multidisciplinary approach toward identity, the totality of such an impactful issue and experience can be healthfully addressed.
The theme of alignment translates to the experience one has of themselves, physicality, wellness cues as well as the exploration of spirituality. Aligning toward wellness interests is explored through a variety of offerings and perspectives.
Connection is a relational theme that both prepares the individual for the weekend as well as explores connection to self, peers, media forms and family.
Recuperation is placed just before the weekend to offer diversity on recuperation as a physiological need and experience as well as exploring emotional, mental, spiritual and leisure application.