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Through the combination of eastern and western movement techniques to better enhance awareness, confidence and general well-being.
A proven method to promote physical and emotional growth. It’s used to treat a variety of conditions related to addiction and mental illness.
We provide a range of artistic experiences to help your child identify and express the deeper reasons behind their past negative behaviors.
We believe in supporting the whole family and family participation is crucial to our process. We provide family therapy sessions and parental support.
Through supportive sharing, our teens work through issues within a therapist facilitated group setting.
Through one on one interaction with a therapist your teen can gain trust and share openly.
Mindfulness is part of our cognitive therapy process and it is used widely in our industry. It is an effective method aids prevention and relapse.
Music therapy is a powerful and non-invasive form of treatment. It is a form of sensory stimulation that provokes a response due to familiarity.
Recovery is built on strengths, talents, abilities, resources, and inherent values. We address and support the whole person and their community.
Surf therapy is used in many forms of treatment across the spectrum of diagnosis. The experience of surfing assists in the growth of your child.
Using traditional yoga practices of posture, breathing and relaxation to promote well-being.
The well-being and safety of our clients, their families, and our staff are always our top priority at Destinations for Teens.
Destinations for Teens will continue to serve our community during this time by providing online/virtual programming for our Intensive Outpatient Program. Our Partial Hospitalization/Day program and Residential program will remain open as usual at this time. In conjunction with our existing infection control policies, Destinations for Teens is closely monitoring CDC updates on the impact of the COVID-19. Please see link below for measures we are taking to maintain a safe environment for our staff and clients.
For more information, we encourage you to please take some time to read the Center for Disease Control’s guidelines on the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
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Destinations for Teens (“Destinations”) is monitoring the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and employing safety measures to protect our clients and families. At this time, we have no immediate concern that Destinations should be making changes to its’ daily schedules. On February 26, Destinations for Teens updated its’ protocols to include specific instruction for the coronavirus and it is important to continue taking the following preventative measures:
As you are partners with Destinations in supporting our clients, we are asking that you continue to adhere to the following preventative measures in your home and prior to visiting Destinations:
The virus is thought to spread mainly from person-to-person.
Destinations is committed to staying current with the evolution of this health concern. Destinations will continue to implement best practices pursuant to CDC guidelines for minimizing risk, and closely monitor the situation within our sites and more broadly. Our clients’ safety is our top priority and we will continue to assess this situation and provide updates.
More information about the coronavirus can be found at: www.cdc.gov/coronavirus