The Tapestry Adolescent Program is a primary mental health residential, partial hospitalization (PHP) and intensive outpatient (IOP) treatment program for adolescents of all genders, ages 13 to 17.
Our clinical philosophy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, is an in-depth, evidenced-based approach for adolescent clients struggling with a range of mental health issues including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, substance abuse, eating disorders, trauma issues and associated mental health conditions.
Tapestry is a clinically-integrated, trauma-focused program that provides comprehensive treatment services with the goal of intrinsic change and meaningful engagement with the world. The treatment philosophy at Tapestry allows for treatment of the whole person rather than addressing one specific issue. The goal of treatment at Tapestry is to develop and increase psychological flexibility and the capacity for reflection and re-attunement.
At Tapestry, we are aware that mental health issues rarely arise as singular events or in isolation from other obstacles. Most of our clients are struggling to achieve their goals in various domains of life. Research indicates that depression is most often a co-occurring condition in the adolescent population. There is empirical evidence to support the connection between depression in adolescence and future obstacles in adulthood, particularly related to recurrent depressive episodes later in life.
We feel passionate about providing primary mental health care for adolescents to help them reengage with the world in a meaningful way, across multiple domains, and in accordance with their own values.
Clients have individualized treatment plans based on their primary presenting concerns. The treatment is a meaningful combination of conceptual work, behavioral change, and development of mindfulness techniques.
We provide a small treatment setting that allows for individualization of treatment plans as well as client and family care.
Tapestry Adolescent Program At-a-Glance
- Ages 13-17
- All genders
- Clinically integrated / mental health/ co-occurring substance use
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
- Holistic approach
- Horticultural therapy
- Trauma-sensitive yoga
- Mindfulness meditation
- Expressive arts therapy
- Intensive therapeutic programming
- In-depth psychoeducational groups
- Psychotherapeutic process groups
- Individual therapy
- Medication management
- Family therapy
- Family and caregiver workshops
- Nutritional consultation and support
- Multidisciplinary approach (licensed clinicians, RD, RN, MD, PA)
- Alumni and aftercare support