Our Phoenix Services provide intensive treatment to children, ages 6–18, who have emotional and behavioral problems that make it difficult for them to succeed in the community. Because many of the children treated in the Phoenix programs have a history of childhood trauma, abuse or neglect, we use Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy and Practice to help them form secure bonds of attachment with their parents and other caregivers. The Phoenix Services offer a continuum of care ranging from intensive outpatient services to 24-hour psychiatric residential care.
The Phoenix Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF) provides intensive residential treatment for children, ages 6–18, whose emotional and behavioral issues prevent them from living safely in the community. The Phoenix PRTF treats a number of different child behavioral health problems, but specializes in treating the effects of complex trauma using Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy and Practice.
With 24-hour client care, the Phoenix Sanctuary is aimed at preventing state custody and offers emergency crisis stabilization for children and adolescents, ages 6–18, experiencing emotional, behavioral and social adaptation problems.
Connections Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP): IOP is designed for children and families experiencing greater difficulties than traditional outpatient services can provide. The purpose of this program is to keep families together and prevent out-of-home care. The focus of this program is to improve relational abilities that will improve family, school, and community life. The format focuses on group activities and skills but includes individual support for the child as well as family therapy and parenting education and support groups.
- Therapeutic Case Manager
- Care Facilitators
- Board certified psychiatrist