Adolescent Programs

Intensive

Sustained Support for Building a Better Future

Within minutes of local amenities in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, yet free from urban culture on site, our adolescent-intensive residential mental-health services program is the perfect soft landing for teens and their families seeking refuge from complex emotional and behavioral issues.

 

Typically, our adolescent residents have not developed the usual coping skills necessary for age-appropriate life choices due to clinical needs or past experiences. Our intensive program provides them the supervision and support they need as they learn to live productively.

 

For this reason, we offer a goal-based treatment plan that integrates the objectives of both the resident and family. The active participation of parents and guardians in therapeutic sessions is critical to establishing expectations and measuring outcomes. Education consultants, community clinicians and previous educators are also important to this process for additional insights.

Constructing the Framework

Adolescent residents take part in a variety of innovative family, group and individual therapy sessions and learn valuable life skills that create the framework they’ll need to transition into adulthood. Competencies for daily living – including maintaining a personal schedule, finances, decision-making and the importance of attending to daily responsibilities – are interspersed with regular educational curriculum, physical health and fitness, self-esteem and values to promote balance.

 

With the benefit of our small program size, our team of caring professionals can quickly adapt both goals and structure in response to growth and challenges in order to maximize each individual’s journey to wellness. Length of stay beyond the initial, required six-month commitment is based on individual goal achievement.

 

Innercept’s in-depth continuum of services are designed to help adolescents ages 13 – 18 through every phase of change. Stabilization provides extra support during times of struggle, while our transition program helps them as they move toward independence.

Therapeutic

  • Comprehensive medication management with weekly medication checks

  • Individual therapy two times per week

  • Family education/therapy weekly

  • Specialty groups led by highly-specialized clinicians

  • Psycho-educational groups that include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Mood regulation

  • Dialectical behavioral therapy

  • Executive functioning

  • Life skills

  • Health education

  • Coping skills

  • Culinary classes

  • Expressive art therapy

  • Values and morals

  • Healthy relationships

  • Ethics and world view

  • Goal setting

  • Integral recovery group

  • Formal staffing every other week, led by our full-time child and adolescent psychiatrist with written progress reports and updates given to parents and referral sources

  • Supervised personal health and fitness plans emphasizing the importance of exercise, effective sleep patterns, stress reduction, nutrition and relaxation techniques

  • 24-hour awake staff supervision and support

  • Transportation to all appointments

  • Educational, volunteering or employment opportunities

Education

  • Ability to complete high-school diploma either through the student’s previous school or our fully accredited high school, Innercept Academy

  • GED services and/or college dual enrollment with support from the teaching staff

  • Daily educational groups on schedule maintenance, decision-making, finance, health and fitness, leisure, conflict resolution, healthy relationships and recognizing the importance of attending to daily responsibilities.

  • Ability to facilitate academic testing by experienced licensed clinical school psychologists.

  • Classroom time is interspersed with physical activity and community responsibility to provide opportunities to apply knowledge in real-life situations.

Life Skills

  • Help navigating the academic and volunteer opportunities available both internally and externally in the community.

  • Shared living experience in a home setting to encourage relationship skills with roommates, peers and authority figures.

  • Group sessions that teach the principles of critical thinking and application to life situations.

  • Transportation to academic or volunteer opportunities and all other appointments.

  • Organizational skill development.

  • Coping skills utilization techniques taught, with staff help to apply them as indicated.

Innercept, LLC

1115 Ironwood Drive

Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814

P: 208.665.7178

F: 208.765.6972

E: info@innercept.net

MON - FRI    9:00 - 5:00 PT

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