The end game is to give support stabilization, diagnostic clarity, and the formulation of a longitudinal treatment plan for optimal treatment options. To reach this, we use psychotherapy, neuropsychological testing, classroom assessments, therapeutic milieu, psychiatric stabilization, and daily recreation.
At our assessment center, therapy is carried out by licensed clinicians to ensure the best assessment and treatment available. Each student receives:
- At least two weekly individual therapy sessions
- Daily check-ins
- One weekly family therapy session (via Skype or telephone conference)
- Five weekly group therapy sessions
Our treatment plans are also individualized in order to make the therapy even more effective and intensive for each individual.
Revisiting and refining the diagnosis
To produce superior outcomes in our psychiatric assessment for teens, we continuously re-assess the diagnoses of teens in our program. This is because as time goes on, teenagers change and thus their condition may change.
Once we’ve nearly completed the assessment process, we conduct a Interdisciplinary Review (IDR) in order to discuss the initial findings, and then review the neuropsychological testing and therapeutic experiences. After this, we recommend treatment options to you, the family.
We provide a comprehensive IDR that includes not only a detailed diagnosis, but also clear recommendations for future treatment. We want to help your child while they’re in our program, but also continue helping them afterwards.
If you believe your child is going through a crisis or is struggling with a mental health issue, it’s critical to reach out to a professional for guidance.
ViewPoint is here for your family
ViewPoint Center is a teen assessment center, ages 12 to 17. At ViewPoint Center, we provide treatment through superior assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and stabilization–all in a personalized environment for your child in crisis. We strive to provide the best help for troubled teens through the most efficient and effective methods available. Our goal is to help your child through this hard time.
Before ViewPoint, families are often frustrated and lost. Varying doctors and therapists with a range of advice, diagnoses, and plans leaves parents and children unsure of where to turn. At ViewPoint, we centralize all of the different diagnoses, and create a comprehensive report for you and your family to get back on track. Let us help you.
For more information about a psychiatric assessment for teens at ViewPoint Center, contact us today at 801-825-5222.