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HEAL FROM TRAUMA
Elevate therapy is built upon the Attachment, Regulation, Competency (ARC) framework which is designed for youth and their families who have experienced prolonged or traumatic stress.
The role of your child's therapist will be to attune to the specific treatment needs of your child and begin to build a healthy attachment with them. Your child's therapist will meet weekly for individual, family, and group sessions. From there the therapist will coach all caregivers associated with your child in how they can add to the healing process.
Through this important attunement process and the collaboration of therapists, coaches and parents, relationships are healed, healthy family systems are reformed and therapy is more likely to be internalized and used across the variety of life settings - even when times get tough.
The Primary Therapist is the captain of the Treatment Team. They are responsible for the Master Treatment Plan, and ensure that treatment is delivered in harmony with The Elevate Program philosophy and clinical best practices. Your child’s Primary Therapist holds an individual session and a family session each week, and provides you with clinical updates from these sessions. In addition to those weekly touch points, the Therapist provides monthly progress updates to members of the caregiving system at home so that you can be in touch with how your child is developing.
LCSW, MSW, MFA
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