Coming Soon: Inpatient Psychiatric Programs for Teens
Teens who need assistance managing their behavior at home, at school, or in the community may benefit from our inpatient adolescent psychiatric program. Whether your child has completed treatment before or is beginning their journey toward better mental health, we can provide the nurturing, structured, progress-focused atmosphere to help your child move toward healing. We also provide mental health and substance abuse treatment for teens who are a potential danger to themselves or others. Teens who require intensive diagnostic evaluation or life skills training can thrive in our inpatient setting. If you have been considering a teen inpatient psychiatric program, we are here to help at our brand new campus. We provide treatment for teens aged 13-17 who show symptoms of the following conditions:
- Anger management
- Anxiety treatment
- Attention deficit disorder (ADD)
- Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
- Bipolar disorder
- Borderline personality disorder
- Childhood trauma
- Clinical depression
- Depression treatment
- Dissociative disorders
- Impulse disorders
- Neurodevelopmental disorders
- Panic disorders
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Schizoaffective disorder
- Schizophrenia treatment
- Seasonal affective disorder
- Sleep disorders
- Social anxiety
Does my Teenager Need Inpatient Psychiatric Care?
Research shows that teens with certain mental health issues are more likely to succeed when they can take advantage of a full continuum of care. Our therapy options prepare teens to return home with a detailed plan and network of support. Each of our programs provides the support, understanding, and tools necessary to overcome mental health issues. Completing treatment at Sunrise Vista offers teens a chance to take their lives back. When teens and loved ones realize that healing is possible and within their grasp, they are empowered to live a healthy and balanced life. We offer immediate access to care, clinicians, and social workers to help your child and loved ones navigate through the process of getting well and determining their next steps.
We offer treatment to all kinds of teens with all sorts of problems. Please don’t be embarrassed if your child needs a mental health program; we help parents navigate these waters every day. Our center is LGBTQ-friendly and we welcome people of all cultures. These are just a few of the areas we address in our mental health and substance abuse therapy programs designed for the unique challenges our teens are overcoming:
Internal Coping Skills
Emotional and cognitive reasoning are the foundation of our internal coping skills, and for people overcoming any mental health and substance abuse problem. Our therapists have the approach, skill set, experience, and determination to help teens use internal coping skills to help them get back to living a healthy life.
External Coping Skills
Skills training and situational awareness are just a few examples of the external coping skills you will expect your teen to learn in an inpatient and outpatient treatment settings
Mindfulness-based therapy can help teenagers suffering from mental health problems learn to stay in the moment without losing control. Identifying their individual high-risk scenarios is key to this treatment. At Sunrise Vista, we dig deeper and work to raise awareness of triggers and build a foundation toward success. Mindfulness can help teens monitor emotional and physical reactions to stress. We use awareness and acceptance acquired through mindfulness training to aid in recognition and minimization of the hopelessness, blame, guilt, and negative thinking that increase the risk of falling back into old thought patterns and habits.
Trauma-Informed Care (TIC)
Trauma-informed therapy offers a perspective that acknowledges the pervasive influence and impact of violence and abuse on a teen’s psyche. Trauma can be caused by a number of events, including:
- Social Media
- Abuse (psychological, physical, or sexual)
- Violence (home, community or school)
- Domestic violence (witnessing or experiencing)
- Terrorism or natural disasters
- Sexual exploitation
- Loss of a loved one
- Physical or sexual assault
- Military family-related stressors (deployment, parental loss or injury)
- Serious accidents or life-threatening illnesses
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a set of therapeutic procedures that address the role of specific thoughts and behavior patterns in mental health. CBT helps adolescents reshape their actions and feelings and by modifying thought patterns and self-perception.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Informed Care
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) informed care uses group work, skills training, individual therapy, and self-monitoring to help teens change certain behaviors. DBT is a therapy model that uses a combination of skills training and relationship building between patients and clinicians to help teens manage their emotions and control behavior.
If you think your child might benefit from a teen inpatient psychiatric care program, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at 844-942-3007