Equipping Patients for Life in the Outside World
The core component of Tapestry’s treatment philosophy is that suffering from mental health issues is rooted in experiential avoidance. Disordered eating, substance use, and isolation are examples of ways people attempt to find relief from pain and distress. We believe that mental health issues have neurological, physiological, cognitive, emotional, social, and spiritual implications that need to be addressed in order to successfully heal and live a meaningful life. At Tapestry, we embrace a trauma focused, relational model with strong clinical emphasis on acceptance and commitment therapy, neuroscience, and holistic healing modalities.
Treatment, to be successful, must provide a therapeutic environment where behavioral and intrinsic changes can occur within the context of collaborative relationships. We do not believe that one model of treatment or recovery is appropriate for everyone. Our treatment program is dedicated to understanding our clients as whole people with varied life experiences.
Our Treatment Philosophy
The core tenets of Tapestry’s treatment philosophy are:
- We are client-centered: treatment planning is individualized, skill-based, supportive and personal. We work with clients toward motivational enhancement in a natural living environment.
- We are community-based: we feel that our residents benefit from being involved in a real-world setting. Therefore, our program takes residents out into our community to practice new skills in the real world.
- All treatment is voluntary: this means that the client participates and our dedicated staff helps them—every step of the way.
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