Research-Based Methodology Built from Years of Experience
At Tapestry, treatment begins as soon as you walk through our doors. We begin with a brief admissions process, which will give us a chance to learn more about you and what you hope to achieve through treatment. Once you are admitted and have gone through the orientation process, you will be provided with a treatment schedule full of groups, activities, and therapy sessions. Each part of the day is designed to provide patients with the resources they need to develop healthier coping skills. The schedule may seem overwhelming at first, but we do encourage patients to participate in every group session.
At Tapestry, we recognize that the generally accepted models of behavioral health fall into three distinct categories:
- Mental Health
- Eating Disorders
- Substance Use Disorders
Through years of experience, we know that these conditions are rarely isolated. We understand that disordered eating and substance abuse are often the result of underlying mental health issues such as trauma, depression, and anxiety disorders.
Our multi-disciplinary team of psychiatrists, clinicians, and other specialists work with each client to fully understand the unique circumstances that they are facing. We then tailor a treatment plan designed to heal the whole person.
Treatment programs we offer include:
- Eating Disorder Treatment
- Adolescent Treatment
- Adult Treatment
- Co-Occurring Disorders
- Mental Health Treatment
- Trauma Therapy
- Outpatient Treatment
- Residential Treatment
- Family Programs
While Tapestry was founded to treat eating disorders, we apply our unique clinical philosophy to all of the behavioral health programs offered at our facility. We develop customized treatment plans that care for each client based on their personal experiences – all in the comfort of a center that feels more like home than a sterile hospital environment.
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