We need your help to raise $10,000 in the next 2 months Every so often we have a program that needs “a little help” – additional funding that allows us to serve more people in need or to enhance services so existing participants can be more successful. In order to provide extra help for the ROYAL program, THS has started its first ever crowdfunding campaign to provide extra summer programming for local youth in need. Our goal is to raise more..
When it comes to the outpatient drug and alcohol treatment program, one of the requirements is attending a minimum of 2 sober support meetings each week. This is usually required for those individuals who are recommended to attend a Deferred Prosecution, Intensive outpatient, and relapse prevention. Those with an outpatient recommendation for treatment may be advised to explore attending sober support meetings. If probation is involved, it might be recommended as part of one’s treatment program at the time of more..
Addressing substance use disorder through drug and alcohol treatment and recovery The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), through Center for Substance Abuse Treatment (CSAT) held a National Summit on recovery in 2005. The focus of this summit concerned the movement toward a recovery-oriented system of care. Those who participated in the summit developed a working definition of drug and alcohol treatment and recovery: “Recovery from alcohol and drug problems is a process of change through which an more..
ICTP is pleased to announce that our Spanish Parent Coaching Group starts April 23, 2018 Spanish-speaking parents and caregivers of youth with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders are invited to attend this FREE 5-week workshop. Families can expect to learn about the teenage brain and why co-occurring disorders require a different set of strategies. We will also talk about skills to help develop healthy household rules, reduce conflict, build relationships, and maintain safety in the home. THS Psychiatric more..
Join Team Happy Feet at the 2018 NAMI Walk THS is proud to support the National Alliance on Mental Illness in the 2018 NAMI Walk. Head to Marina Park in Kirkland on June 2nd and join other THS supporters in raising funds for a worthy cause. Registration begins at 8 a.m. and the walk starts at 9. Visit https://www.namiwalks.org/team/teamhappyfeat to register.
Therapeutic Health Services Pregnant & Parenting Women’s Program Offers a parenting group called Nurturing Parenting. Nurturing Parenting uses an evidence-based curriculum. The program admits clients who are parenting and/or pregnant and are engaged in treatment for substance abuse. Treatment for pregnant women can be challenging but is a huge step in rehabilitation and reunification of the family. Nurturing Parenting works on building and establishing trusting relationships between parent and child. It also explores the hardships and successes of parenting during more..
In my office, I have a picture One that I had found at a local thrift store. It is a simple picture of a Bicycle and a caption that reads: “Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving.” Patients comment on this picture. Drug and alcohol treatment and recovery are the same way. To keep our balance, we want to keep moving forward in order to maintain a steady and vibrant pace. Moving backwards more..
ICTP Director Dr. Susan Caverly was a featured panelist at Sno-Isle Libraries Issues That Matter series on March 7, 2018. Other panelists were ICTP Therapist Rochelle Long, Co-Occurring Disorder Specialist for Stanwood-Camano School District and Megan Boyle, Director of Children’s Intensive Services at Compass Health. Dr. Caverly offered a unique perspective in this panel. She has seen the impact of co-occurring disorders in teens on a professional and a personal level. The panel discussed some of the treatment options for more..
Therapeutic Health Services locations at Summit/Seneca, Shoreline, Eastside and Everett provide specific treatment for pregnant and parenting women who suffer from substance use disorder and opiate addiction. Our counselors have considerable knowledge and experience working with: • CPS and Family Court assessments and evaluations • Parenting groups and classes • Public health nurses • WIC • Inpatient services • Pregnancy and methadone What are the steps to have an assessment? The first step is to contact and schedule assessments at more..
What are co-occurring disorders? The term co-occurring disorder applies when someone has both a mental health and a substance use disorder. This is also known as dual diagnosis or dual disorder. For example, an individual with anxiety who is also struggling with alcohol. For more information visit: https://www.samhsa.gov/disorders. How is the Integrated Cognitive Therapies Program (ICTP) different from other programs? Often youth with co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders see multiple providers, one who specializes in each area. Integrated treatment more..