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Our Skilled & Experienced Clinical Team

Treatment with dignity and respect

Therapy at Ashcreek Academy

We Believe that Each Young Man has Incredible Potential

Ashcreek Academy treats each young man who is admitted to the program with dignity and respect, while providing a safe environment in which to heal. Utilizing our substantial experience in working with adolescent boys, the Clinical Team at Ashcreek has created an environment that fosters such respect.

We believe that each student has incredible potential that is hampered by students struggles with anger, poor coping skills, disrespect, low self-confidence, and a lack of accountability.

Ashcreek Academy uses many different modalities, based in treating Trauma. Each student has faced many different things that could count as Trauma- big T’s and little T’s. Trauma work is based in the ability for a student to start processing out of the stem of their brain and up to their pre-frontal cortex to make more logical decision making.
Many of the models are a hands-on approach- used in Experiential  Therapy, Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, School and other settings. Modalities used include things like CBT, DBT, Theraplay, Brainspotting, Motivational Interviewing, and others.

Building Relationships for Creating Change

What makes Therapy at Ashcreek unique, is that our therapist’s offices are in the home and our therapists build relationships by working side-by-side each day with the students in their daily activities.

Ashcreek Academy has created a nurturing environment that encourages personal growth and responsibility.

The treatment services provided to each student will include the following:

  • One hour of individual therapy with an experienced master level licensed therapist each week.
  • One hour of family therapy with the primary therapist assigned to the family each week. This is facilitated on a HIPPA compliant video conferencing website.
  • One hour of parent coaching with the primary therapist assigned to the family.
  • Daily group therapy that addresses the following issues: trauma, depression, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, anger, substance use, academic struggles, grief and loss associated with death, divorce, adoption and attachment issues, and family and relationship challenges.
  • Educational classes that will focus on life-skills that will sustain long-term recovery; i.e., relapse prevention, skills managing stress, developing spirituality, character development, understanding anger, developing effective communication skills, and exercise, etc.
  • We utilize the horses at Ashcreek through Engagement, Challenge, Nurture, and Structure- horses are a great tool to reflect back on the way our students engage in the world.
  • For individuals with addiction issues- there are weekly addictions groups and meetings as prescribed. The students are exposed to many different modalities for recovery.
  • Relapse prevention and education programs
  • Psychiatric services on a regular basis
  • Quarterly on-site parent-child workshops
  • On-site nursing care on a weekly basis

We believe that each student has incredible potential that is hampered by students struggles with anger, poor coping skills, disrespect, low self-confidence, and a lack of accountability.

Repairing and Rebuilding the Family Dynamic

Ashcreek Academy realizes the struggling teenager’s impact on the entire family. It is therefore extremely important that the family be an active participant in the treatment process, ensuring long-term success. This will be accomplished by being involved in the following:

  • Participating actively in family therapy each week
  • Participating in family workshops- learning practical skills to support the recovery process. The workshops will also be used to assist the family in creating a successful transition from treatment back into the home.

Support Services Available

  • Parent Coaching
  • Home Studies
  • After Care Services and Planning
  • Regular Family Social Calls
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For Help Call: (844) 385-6783 Kris Archer- Director of Admissions/ Outreach
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