Remedy Therapy Core Beliefs
Evidenced Based Therapy
Licensed Therapists at Remedy Therapy utilized evidenced based therapies which are empirically based treatment models accepted in the therapeutic community. Such therapeutic approaches may include but are not limited to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Reality Therapy, Psychoanalysis, Solution Focused, Motivational Interviewing, Functional Family Therapy or Exposure Therapy Techniques.
Clinical Director monitoring of treatment methods and adherence of complete and thorough documentation for clinical practitioners. Remedy Therapy administrators will continuously measure treatment outcomes and determine if areas of improvement are necessary. If improvements are necessary, the team will devise solutions and implement changes to the appropriate area. Quality Control is meant to ensure you the ‘Client’ have a professional, pleasant, and effective treatment experience with Remedy Therapy.
Remedy Therapy philosophy embraces a collaborative approach with each client and their therapist. This means the client and therapist work together as a “team” in order to identify and address the needs of the client to assist in providing the best therapeutic experience. Each client will work with his/her therapist and psychiatrist (if applicable) to develop treatment goals.
Continuity of Care
Remedy Therapy believes in establishing continuity of care with your health care providers. Whether you have existing providers outside of Remedy Therapy or not. We approach each client with a treatment team approach which may include your therapist, group therapist, psychiatrist, nutritionist, case manager, and medical doctor. If you choose to utilize the full spectrum of services at Remedy Therapy, we can offer onsite therapists, group therapist, and psychiatric services.
Remedy Therapy offers psychiatric services for those individuals who may require psychotropic medication management from a licensed psychiatrist. This service may not be applicable to every client but at times, it may be beneficial to work collaboratively with a psychiatrist and a therapist to assist in psychiatric stabilization and monitoring.