Healthy Lifestyle – Sunrise Residential Treatment Center
Complete health is accomplished by having a balance of physical, mental, social, emotional, and spiritual well-being. In class students have the opportunity to acquire knowledge, incorporate process and life skills, and develop positive attitudes about life. Development of …
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Sunrise Residential Treatment Center – Residential
(7 days ago) DBT is frequently part of mental health treatment and your daughter may have already learned the skills in outpatient therapy or another program. Sunrise is a fully-integrated DBT treatment program, which means that the DBT skills are taught and modeled by the entire staff, including teachers, not just discussed in a group setting.
Healthy Recreation Habits for When your Teen Comes Home
(7 days ago) According to certified recreational therapist, Corey Hickman, today’s teens are experiencing a recreational crisis. “The students I see nowadays typically engage in recreation almost exclusively from a seated position,” says Hickman, who is the residential life director for Sunrise RTC, a treatment program for teen girls with emotional and behavioral issues.
Treatment Solutions – Sunrise Residential Treatment Center
(7 days ago) The first step in any healing process is telling your story. Whether to a friend, family member, member of the clergy, mental health professional, or program representative, telling your family’s story is a critical part of really understanding it, and understanding it is critical to finding a solution.
outcomes – Sunrise Residential Treatment Center
(6 days ago) At Sunrise, we define success by mental health, academic achievement, and family health. When your daughter completes our program, she will no longer struggle with the problem that prompted treatment. She will be on track to graduate high school. And your family will be close, connected, and healthy. Perhaps most importantly, success does not
COVID-19 Response – Sunrise Residential Treatment Center
(6 days ago) COVID-19 Response. We are continuing to closely monitor the global spread of the recent coronavirus and are coordinating with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as our local health department to ensure we are taking the necessary precautions to help …
Dialectical Behavior Therapy – Sunrise Residential
(8 days ago) Sunrise is considered one of the leading DBT residential treatment centers for teenage girls. Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a skills-based therapy model developed to improve distress tolerance, emotional regulation, interpersonal effectiveness and mindfulness.A DBT treatment center that fully integrates these skills allows your daughter to not only learn these skills, but to live them.
Understanding Eating Disorders: 7 Ways to Help Your
(8 days ago) 6. Hold your ground when necessary. Eating disorders can be dangerous when it comes to your daughter’s physical health. Your daughter may be resistant to getting treatment and may argue that she doesn’t have a serious problem. You may have to hold a firm boundary with her. Just remember to frame it with love and concern for her well-being.
(3 days ago) Referring professionals can include physicians, therapists, clinical psychologists, educators, and any other professional with expertise in providing health-related services to young people. These professionals can provide assessments and diagnostic information and help you understand the kind of help your child may need.
Don’t Shun the Sun! – Sunrise Residential Treatment Center
(1 days ago) Don’t Shun the Sun! Embrace the sun’s power for optimal physical and mental health. The southern Utah weather is warming through spring into summer, which, makes it the perfect time to talk about the power of the sun. It’s the perfect time to spend time outside, sit down, close your eyes, and feel the warmth of the sun.
Understanding The Teen Brain – Sunrise Residential
(2 days ago) The National Institute of Mental Health reported that a teen’s brain is biologically changing in the regulation of sleep. This may contribute to a teens’ tendency to stay up late at night. Yes, staying up late is partly biological in teens. If teens are experiencing sleep deprivation and possible fatigue from sleep deprivation, inadequate
How Can I help my Daughter with Borderline Personality
(1 days ago) e) Maintain your physical health. One of the best ways to help your daughter with borderline personality disorder is to teach her how to maintain her physical health. It is equally as important for you to maintain your physical health as well. Dialectical Behavior Therapy teaches a good system to do this using the acronym PLEASE-
SELF-CARE FOR PARENTS – Sunrise Residential Treatment Center
(9 days ago) In the book Blue Zones, National Geographic researchers identified the health enhancing habits of communities that had greater than usual longevity and emotional health. One of these habits was involvement in a faith-based community. While your child is away in residential treatment, it’s a great opportunity to create new life habits.
The House of Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Skills and
(5 days ago) DBT is an empirically-validated approach for working with mental health, and we employ it to help our adolescent girls (ages 13-17) and their families through therapy. DBT was developed by American psychologist, Dr. Marsha Linehan, in the 1970s, to empower clients to establish the following core skills: Distress tolerance skills; Emotion
When A Family Crisis Hits–Take Care of You! – Sunrise
(Just Now) When a family faces a true mental health crisis it often feels sudden regardless of the warning signs. That’s denial at work! In the panic that ensues, the focus is naturally on triage, which typically takes the form of intervention, treatment, therapy and medication.
4 Ways Fun Can Improve Your Mental Health – Sunrise
(4 days ago) I’d like to suggest 4 ways we can all utilize our leisure time to improve our mental health and quality of life. Rediscover your passions: Often times when individuals are overcome with depression or other struggles, their passion for life dies away. However dormant it might be, dig deep and rediscover your passions and interests.
Measuring Treatment Success – Sunrise Residential
(5 days ago) Additionally, we utilize the Patient Health Questionnaire-9 (PHQ-9), a critical items and depression scale, the Family Inventory of Communication Scale (FICS), how well a family communicates and interacts positively, and a new executive functioning measure …
Systems Therapy – Sunrise Residential Treatment Center
(3 days ago) Systems Therapy. Sunrise involves our therapists, program directors, necessary staff members, and family members in the treatment and progress of our students. Parent involvement is a key to the success of our students. We encourage our parents to be involved in every step of the program. Visits can begin after the initial 21 days, or as the
Can a Good Night’s Sleep Cure Mental Illness
(1 days ago) Specifically, it means that proper sleep is a prerequisite for good mental health. It also means that in many cases preventing and treating psychiatric and psychological issues may be as simple (or complicated) as getting a good night’s sleep. Poor quality or inadequate sleep is now being correlated with the onset of depression, anxiety, ADHD
LEARNING FROM THE BLUE ZONES – Sunrise Residential
(6 days ago) Short term, living on the edge a bit can help teens formulate their own adult identity, develop competencies and passions, and move forward in their journey toward independence. Long term, however, an immoderate way of life is associated with anxiety, unhappiness, health problems and even a shorter life span.
DEAR MAN DBT Skill: The Most Effective Way to Make a
(6 days ago) Dialectical behavior therapy skills (DBT skills) offer tips for emotion regulation, distress tolerance, mindfulness, The Middle Path, and interpersonal effectiveness.DEAR MAN is a subskill of interpersonal effectiveness. You can use it to resolve a conflict or make a request in a respectful and effective way that maintains a relationship.DEAR MAN
HONEY, WHO SHRUNK THE SHRINK
(5 days ago) As a relationship-oriented mental-health professional, Iâ€™m suspicious of tech-based approaches to therapy. But that night I slipped under my covers, put my head to the pillow, inserted my earphones, and pushed the play button on my cell phone screen. “Hello. I’m Byson Brown”, a British man said in a deep, floating monotone.
Get a Better Mental Health Assesment at a Treatment Center
(6 days ago) Mental Health Assessment by 24/7 Observation. At home or during outpatient treatment, it is virtually impossible to observe a young person at school, at home, with friends, etcetera. Residential treatment settings allow clinicians and other staff to accurately observe every part of the child’s life.
CBT vs DBT: What’s the difference
(8 days ago) CBT and DBT are both common types of cognitive-behavioral therapy, also known as talk therapy, that are based on cognitive-behavioral techniques. They are both meant to help heal individuals with mental health disorders—especially those who struggle with self-destructive behaviors. While they are based on the same techniques, you may be wondering what really makes …
Lessons from a Struggling Teacher – Sunrise Residential
(4 days ago) Teaching co-ed 8th grade Health in a socio-economically struggling school in Las Vegas was far from the perfect circumstances. 80% of my energy went toward behavior management, which made it very difficult to teach the standards the job required. The stress from trying to teach the curriculum standards, while dealing with behavioral issues
Wilderness Therapy – Sunrise Residential Treatment Center
(6 days ago) JCAHO is likely the most rigorous therapeutic accreditation that a wilderness program can have. Reputation is, perhaps, the most important credential a program can have. Talk to parents, educational consultants, residential programs and/or mental health professionals who have had direct experience with the programs you are considering.
Adolescent Sleep Deprivation – Sunrise Residential
(6 days ago) Sleep deprivation among adolescents is a serious health concern and should be addressed as such. Increasingly, teens are being prescribed medications to address sleeplessness. But because medication can carry with it side effects including nightmares, daytime grogginess, abuse and dependency, it should be considered with care.
DBT House of Therapy: Learn the stages of treatment and
(8 days ago) DBT, or dialectical behavior therapy, is a form of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) that teaches skills for those struggling with mental health disorders. Building on CBT, DBT provides opportunities for clients to participate in individual therapy along with group sessions to practice problem-solving skills and other skills training.
Bipolar Disorder In Teens – Sunrise Residential Treatment
(3 days ago) Consult with a mental-health professional who specializes in adolescent bipolar disorder to create a monitoring checklist for your home. Difficult Diagnosis: Because teenage moodiness is so common and because adolescent manic symptoms often look like ADHD, it is easy to misdiagnose bipolar disorder in young people.
Mindfulness: Your Guide to a More Calm and Peaceful Life
(9 days ago) Mindfulness is an intentional meditation that helps you to feel more calm, re-engage your prefrontal cortex, live in the present moment, and make decisions that bring peace to your life. If your daughter is struggling with anxiety, self harm, anger, or other behavioral health issues, learn how applying DBT mindfulness skills can help her.
What Makes Dual Diagnosis Treatment Different
(3 days ago) In addition, a good treatment strategy addresses the fact that the co-occurring substance abuse and mental health issue(s) interact in a way that can create a compounded effect. This means that new issues are generated not as the direct outgrowth of either substance abuse or mental illness, but of their interaction with each other.
Why Direct Instruction is Important for Academic Success
(6 days ago) 3. Direct Instruction Allows for More Interaction. Lastly, direct instruction is important because it allows for more interaction. Students are able to ask more questions and request assistance. They are also able to discuss their interests, enabling me to add those to my lessons. At Sunrise, we emphasize the building of appropriate relationships.
Kayla Anderson, ACMHC – Sunrise Residential Treatment Center
(4 days ago) “I love working at Sunrise because of the opportunities I am given to work with students of all walks of life and cultures. I am a large advocate for the relational therapy process that allows me to learn about each student to not only support the positive development of their mental health …
What is a Fully Adherent DBT Program and Why Should You
(4 days ago) Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a therapeutic model for treating mental health issues. Since its development approximately 30 years ago 1, DBT has become a recognized therapeutic approach for helping individuals learn how to regulate their emotions, develop healthy coping skills, and heal from trauma.However, not all DBT practitioners are the same.
Adolescent Cutting – Sunrise Residential Treatment Center
(6 days ago) For typical chronic cutters, however, many therapies have proven effective. Helpguide, a non-profit that provides a wide range of valuable mental-health content (www.helpguide.org), suggests the following therapies, most of which can be pursued in either an outpatient or residential setting:
DBT Skills: Emotion Regulation Through Opposite Action
(3 days ago) Opposite action works best when you’re all in. Commit to the opposite in your thoughts, words, and actions. If you only engage partially, it won’t work as well and may be equally difficult the next time the emotion and action urge come up. Although we may not be aware we are using a DBT skill, we naturally use opposite action all the time.
Sequoia: An 18 year old community at Sunrise RTC – Sunrise
(5 days ago) Sequoia is a ten person home for 18 year old women situated on the Fields Campus of Sunrise Residential Treatment Center and is an opportunity to ease young women into transition and successful independence. There are shared bedrooms, and the kitchen, living room, and office are common spaces. Although the therapeutic programming remains
Residential Treatment vs Inpatient vs Outpatient – Sunrise
(6 days ago) Inpatient: Inpatient level of care is for an imminent threat to self and/or others and cannot contract for safety. Inpatient level of care is for stabilization, typically lasting 3-7 days depending on the intensity of the risks and available supports at home and the community. As a therapist in the inpatient setting, the focus is to find ways
Mary Vanderholm, ACMHC – Sunrise Residential Treatment Center
(5 days ago) Mary received a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from Brigham Young University and a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Capella University. She began working as a mentor in a female residential treatment center early on in her college career. She joined the Sunrise team 2 years ago as a residential mentor.
Surviving Adolescence…As a Parent – Sunrise Residential
(1 days ago) Becoming active in a church, health club, PTA group, or even an online parent-support group can help you grow your “village.” Reaching out to the parents of your child’s friends to have conversation, exchange contact information, engage in social events together, or explicitly to create a parent-support system, can go a long way toward
Helping Diabetics with Borderline Personality Disorder
(2 days ago) However, addressing the borderline personality disorder in a focused and consistent manner can open the door to more effective medical treatment and, therefore, long-term safety and health. Megan T. Slater, RN, is a nurse for New Haven Residential Center , part of the InnerChange family of adolescent treatment programs.
DBT and Positive Psychology – Sunrise Residential
(5 days ago) Psychology is the study of mental illness. It looks at what is going wrong with mental, emotional, and behavioral states and how to fix, change, or alter the deficits. This process is often crisis-oriented and involves intervention. Positive Psychology is the study of what makes people thrive and how to amplify those successful characteristics.
DBT Interpersonal Effectiveness Skills: The Guide to
(5 days ago) The goals of DBT's interpersonal effectiveness skills are to build and maintain positive relationships.These skills are often natural in people who have experienced healthy relationships throughout their lives. DBT has dissected these traits and formed them into four concrete skills. Mastering these skills can be helpful for anyone, but especially for individuals who have experienced trauma or
Empowering Exercise: The role of physical fitness in
(1 days ago) This type of framework engages the participant, encourages the goal setting process, and acts as accountability to those goals. Additionally, the goals and tracking within the program are performance based, which are a healthy alternative to the unproductive and meaningless common health goals like weight, inches and appearance.