Counseling Services Program
Locations in Portland (The Rose Center), Shively and the East End of Louisville (Dorsey Lane) provide outpatient counseling and in-home services for clients and their families. The treatment clinics will provide evidence-based assessment, case management, individual, group and family counseling, skills training, family support services, peer support groups, parenting support/training, trauma services and support and psychiatric services. Services are tailored to clients and their families and a strength-based approach is utilized throughout the treatment planning process.
- Gender: Male and Female
- Ages: Birth to 21
- Average length treatment: 3-12 months
- Not actively suicidal/homicidal at time of admission
- Not in need of medical detoxification
Recognizing that treatment must be client-centered and involve the family in treatment decision-making, Maryhurst utilizes a variety of interventions to build an individualized treatment program rather than attempting to fit a client to a program.
In order to provide the most state-of-the-art care, Maryhurst therapists are highly trained in a wide variety of treatment interventions including:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Trauma-focused CBT
- Seven Challenges
- Dialectical Behavioral Therapy/Mindfulness Practices
- Motivational Interviewing,
- Family Systems Therapy
- Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
- Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR)
Alcohol and Other Drug Services
The counseling services program offers children and their families specialized services within the community in order to leverage natural and community supports.
On-site and in-home services include:
- Behavioral Health Assessment
- Alcohol and Other Drug use assessment
- Case Management
- Individual, group and family therapy
- Life skills training
- Peer and Family Support
- Crisis Response/Mobile Assessment
Intensive Outpatient Treatment
Maryhurst offers an intensive outpatient program (IOP) for adolescents with alcohol and other drug issues who are assessed as needing this level of service during the initial assessment or at any time during their treatment. The IOP program consists of (3) three-hour group sessions per week. These sessions will include Seven Challenges, Life Skill Development and Psycho-education. In addition to the group sessions each client will receive individual therapy, family therapy, peer and family support and medication management if necessary.
Steve Ochs, CSW, CADC
Sr. Director, Community Services and New Program Development
Patrick Wagner, LCSW