The Tapestry Center for Trauma and Eating Disorders is a primary mental health PHP and IOP treatment program for adults ages 18 and up. This clinically integrated, trauma-focused program provides comprehensive treatment services with the goal of intrinsic change and meaningful engagement with the world.
The treatment philosophy at Tapestry is rooted in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and focuses on treatment of the whole person rather than one specific issue.
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 biopsychosocial pain and distress. We believe that mental health issues have neurological, physiological, cognitive, emotional, social, and spiritual implications that need to be addressed.
To be successful, treatment 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.
Tapestry’s mental health program is available to adults at our Asheville location. Our multidisciplinary team is made up of doctors, psychiatrists, nurses, and other licensed specialists. This comprehensive offering includes family programming, individual and group therapy, medication management as needed, and extended aftercare services.
The purpose of psychoeducational groups is to advance our understanding of key therapeutic concepts. Oftentimes, we need an intellectual understanding of our process before we can reach an emotional understanding. Meaningful psychoeducational groups provide us with the opportunity to obtain knowledge about parts of our struggle and development in a way that enhances our ability to achieve therapeutic change.
The psychoeducational groups at Tapestry are focused on these core areas:
- Value and Self Direction
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
- Body Image
- Neuroscience of Addiction
- Nutrition Education
- Self-Acceptance & Identity
- Interpersonal Skills
- Trauma & Attachment
- Life Skills
Alternative treatment modalities have proven to provide emotional and spiritual healing in conjunction with the physical, mental, and psychological healing through psychotherapeutic modalities. These include:
- Trauma-Sensitive Yoga
- Art/ Expressive Therapy
- Music Therapy
- Mindfulness/ Meditation
If you are ready for a confidential assessment to see if our mental health program is the right fit for your needs, call us now: (844) 299-1343.
PROFESSIONAL STAFF TO CARE FOR OUR CLIENTS
AN EVOLVED APPROACH TO BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE
THREE BEAUTIFUL TREATMENT FACILITIES
Coping With Body Image Issues During the Summer
Summertime Tips to Maintain Your Mental Health
What Are the Most Common Mental Illnesses?