Residential treatment is 24-hour care, which is provided in the comfort of a home (as opposed to a hospital). People who benefit from this level of care are those who are not able to function adequately in their daily lives due to the severity of their trauma symptoms (e.g. depression, dissociation, anxiety, agitation, poor sleep, flashbacks, self-imposed social isolation, chronic fear, and more). Some people are able to do trauma work in lower levels of care; others cannot be adequately contained outside of program hours due to inability or limited ability to tolerate their symptoms without professional support.
Our program is the first of its kind in that we provide a nearly equal number of individual and group therapy per week. Each client receives 16 hours of individual treatment and 17 hours of group therapy per week. Our core modalities are EMDR and Neurofeedback, both of which are evidence based treatments for PTSD.