Frequently Asked Questions
How long is residential treatment at The Maples?
Length of stay from a residential treatment program can often vary from person to person. We recommend 60 days. We believe that longer stays in a structured setting leads to long-term success.
What type of disorders does residential treatment at The Maples treat?
At The Maples, we treat teenage girls who are experiencing depression, anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder, disordered eating, drug and alcohol addiction, co-occurring psychiatric disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, trauma, and/or personality disorder.
What is the admissions process for residential treatment at The Maples?
If this level of care is being suggested by a psychiatrist, psychologist, professional counselor, or social worker then we can do a free screening over the phone. During the free screening we will obtain specific information to make the best decision for your teenager. Residential treatment programs offer a stable, safe, and 24-7 monitored home-like environment.
Who will be involved with residential treatment at The Maples?
The Maples has trained professionals that are specialized in treating mental health issues. Our treatment team consists of psychiatrists, a psychiatric nurse practitioner, professional counselors, clinical social workers, and a dietitian. Treatment teams will communicate daily with one another in order to track treatment progress. In addition to our treatment team, family involvement is an important part of treatment at The Maples. We focus heavily on family involvement in order to ensure transparency and offer additional education and support during the treatment period. Families are required to attend least 4 hours of family therapy per week. Family sessions will be held in person or via telehealth.
Which therapeutic services will be provided during residential treatment at The Maples?
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Motivational Interviewing (MI)
What should I pack for residential treatment at The Maples?
Allowing individuals and families to address their needs in a safe, nurturing environment, providing an increased level of self-esteem, self-worth and emotional regulation.
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