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Equine Therapy Treatment Centers in Kansas City
Area auto widened to Jackson County - only 6 Treatment Centers were found in the city of Kansas City, MO.
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“Castlewood is a Residential Eating Disorder Treatment Center offering compassionate, professional treatment for anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, compulsive over-eating and binge eating disorders. Eating disorder treatment at Castlewood incorporates a comprehensive and individualized approach in a secluded, peaceful environment. We do not merely address the symptoms, but also help our clients resolve the underlying traumatic causes, leading to a deeper and more lasting recovery.
“STAR Guides is an outdoor therapeutic program designed for youth and young adults who are struggling with problematic sexual behavior. STAR Guides provides families with navigation through these challenges. Regardless of past behaviors, we believe that all youth can learn to achieve healthy sexuality. Research suggests that for many, sexual problematic behavior first begins during the adolescent years. STAR Guides helps youth to deal with these problems while they are still young. Many youth in today's modern world find themselves lost and in need of direction as they attempt to navigate the thick darkness that accompanies sexual behavior problems. Just as the ancient peoples of the world, they are in need of STAR Guides. Based in beautiful St. George, Utah the program provides teens and young adults with a high impact, life-changing therapeutic wilderness experience in the heart of the majestic red rock of the high desert of Southern Utah. STAR Guides is the ideal intervention for individuals needing to learn to manage problematic sexual behaviors that they have been unable to manage previously.
“Arrowhead Lodge is a 10,000 sf mountain lodge nestled in the pine mountains that surround Prescott, Arizona. Clients enjoy the quiet, tranquil setting as they work through issues that keep them from living a life free from addiction. Our program is specifically designed for men and addresses all aspects of a man's life. Our clinical team consists of a board certified addiction psychiatrist, a board certified clinical psychologist, licensed professional counselor, licensed clinical social worker, licensed substance abuse counselors who work as a team to formulate the right treatment plan for our clients. There are no lengths of stay at Arrowhead Lodge - stay as long as you need to and allow yourself time to fall apart and get put back together.
“Across the country there are a number of generalist residential treatment centers. Many of them do fine work. They treat issues and disorders such as Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Conduct Disorder, Depression, Bi-polar Disorder, some personality disorders, phase of life issues, etc. Most work from a behavior modification paradigm. A few are more relationally oriented. A smaller few utilize a community or positive peer culture model. All try to change the lives of struggling teens. Generalist programs are usually large (80 plus and as many as 250 at times) and level-focused in their treatment approach. In order to manage student behavior they frequently put systems of rewards and punishments in place. These programs came into being to fill a need created largely by managed care in the healthcare industry. Managed care decreased stays in hospital settings and pushed members to acute care and stabilization treatment. Longer, chronic care and remediation lost its funding source. Managed care effectively ended long stays in psychiatric hospitals. Long stays went away but the need for some sort of longer-term treatment did not. Residential treatment has filled the void left in the wake of decreased lengths of psychiatric hospitalization. As residential treatment has matured, the one size fits all approach has lost its appeal. There are many presenting problems that are not well grouped together. A program that puts eating-disordered teens with Conduct Disordered ones will feel the strain of the differing needs of those populations. Simply put, specialist care is needed for many emotional and behavioral issues. Eating Disorders, issues of trauma, Reactive Attachment Disorder, non-verbal learning disabilities, substance abuse; these and many other issues demand specialized knowledge and treatment. CALO was created with this need for specialty care in mind. CALO focuses on only three presenting issues: issues of emotion, trauma, and attachment. An even more concise way of presenting CALO's specialty is to say that issues with trauma at their core are what we treat. Trauma during the attachment window will frequently create attachment issues in later adolescence. Trauma will also lay the groundwork for later Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. Trauma will predispose some teens for emotional regulation issues like Bi-polar Disorder or Depression. CALO treats trauma-induced emotional and behavioral problems. Our theoretical framework is based on attachment research. Our treatment model relies on relationships and attachment interventions to create lasting change. CALO is a relational, attachment-centered program. The following would be a partial list of the type of teenager CALO would specialize in treating: A teenage adoptee struggling to connect with parents and caregivers A teen who has been physically, emotionally, or sexually abused and is now acting out behaviorally A teen who has survived a trauma and cannot maintain emotional control A foreign-adopted teen who is not fitting in at home or at school and is draining emotional resources from his/her adopted family A teen with anger control issues and history of abuse or neglect An untrustworthy and sexually promiscuous teenager who does not enjoy deeper connection with family or caregivers CALO utilizes time, experiential successes, relationships, peer interactions, and our specialized environment to reach our troubled teen in a way not done by most other programs. Other generalist programs cannot treat our population as effectively or efficiently as CALO. We welcome questions about our treatment model. Feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Woodland Spring Lodge enjoys a wooded setting in the Missouri Ozarks. Situated on 40 acres, the Lodge is located on the outskirts of St. James, Missouri. Woodland Spring Lodge is a specialized program of Boys and Girls Town of Missouri which has over 60 years of experience in residential care. Woodland Spring Lodge specializes in long term placements with an average length of stay of 12 to 18 months. The program provides a therapeutic environment to males and females ages 6 through 16 who are experiencing emotional and behavioral problems. These behaviors may include depression, impulsivity, substance abuse, grief, anxieties and trauma issues that interfere with attachment and the development of trusting, healthy family relationships. Woodland Spring Lodge utilizes a philosophy which emphasizes the development of trusting relationships. We help children learn to trust others and sustain meaningful relationships which enable them to enhance their lives and reconnect with their families.
“Eagle Summit is a therapeutic residential treatment center for troubled adolescent males ages 13-18. It is a place where teens are challenged to grow and thrive, intellectually, emotionally, spiritually and behaviorally. A Place Where Young Men's Future's Take Flight! Our experiential, outdoor component engages our students in events that place them in unfamiliar settings, where things happen unexpectedly. These situations challenge students to not only work together as a collective team but, to also embrace and accept one another's strengths and weaknesses as they look to solve problems and overcome obstacles as a group.
Equine Therapy Treatment Centers
These equine therapy centers in Kansas City may include equine therapy programs, equine therapy facilities or Kansas City equine therapy treatment - counselors are trained in equine therapy for children or equine therapy for autism. Equine therapy naturally involves horses and learning from the client's interactions with horses to help with their interactions in society generally.
Inpatient or Outpatient Treatment
INPATIENT TREATMENT: WHAT'S INVOLVED?
Residential Inpatient treatment in Kansas City usually consists of 24 hour care at a live-in facility. Full treatment services, including medical and behavioral therapy are provided all at one location near Kansas City.
Medical supervision is generally placed over each resident. In drug treatment centers, clients can detox safely. In eating disorder centers in Kansas City, residential programs enable effective monitoring of the client's health during the treatment program.
Inpatient care offers a structured atmosphere and allows the client and providers to focus on physical and psychological healing.
OUTPATIENT TREATMENT: WHAT'S INVOLVED?
Outpatient treatment programs in Kansas City or clinics provide flexibility to those who are unable to take time away from their regular lives, work or school. Programs typically meet at the clinic a couple of times every week for a few hours at a time.
Because clients are living away from the centers, outpatient facilities in Kansas City are less able to focus on medical conditions and nutritional needs.
Certain programs provide a combination of the in/out approach: Inpatient for medical stabilization, partial hospitalization for moderate cases, intensive outpatient programs, and outpatient clinics for follow-up.