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Adolescent Summer Outpatient Program

Adolescent Summer Outpatient Program

What is an Adolescent Summer Outpatient Program? 

Adolescent Summer Outpatient Programs are structured treatment programs designed to support teenagers dealing with various mental health or behavioral issues during the summer months. These programs typically provide therapy, counseling, educational support, and recreational activities in an outpatient setting, meaning participants attend sessions during the day and return home in the evenings.

Ideal for adolescents (ages 13-17) with depression, anxiety, and other mental health concerns. 

Summer Program Includes:

Pet Therapy

Pet therapy, also known as animal-assisted therapy (AAT) or animal-assisted activities (AAA), involves interactions between people and animals to help improve physical, emotional, and social well-being. In pet therapy, trained animals such as dogs, cats, horses, rabbits, or even dolphins are incorporated into therapeutic sessions to provide comfort, support, and companionship to individuals undergoing treatment or experiencing various challenges.

Coping Skills

Teens face various challenges during adolescence, including academic stress, social pressures, family issues, and emotional struggles. Developing coping skills can help teens navigate these challenges more effectively.

By teaching teens these coping skills, Eagleview Behavioral Health empowers them to manage stress, build resilience, and navigate adolescence with greater confidence and well-being. We encourage our teen participants to practice these skills regularly and remind them that it’s okay to ask for help when needed.

Building Communication Skills

Overall, building communication skills in adolescents is not only essential for their immediate well-being and success but also lays the foundation for their future personal and professional growth. Some communication skills-building activities include: 

  • Role-playing Scenarios
  • Reflective Writing
  • Technology-Free Conversation
  • Storytelling Sessions
  • Conflict Resolution Workshops

Yoga and Mindfulness

Overall, yoga and mindfulness offer a holistic approach to wellness for teens, addressing their physical, emotional, and social needs. By incorporating these practices into their lives, teens can cultivate lifelong resilience, self-care, and overall well-being skills. Yoga and mindfulness offer numerous benefits for teenagers, both physically and mentally.

Here are some of the key benefits: 

  • Stress Reduction:
  • Enhanced Self-Awareness & Emotional Regulation
  • Increased Resilience
  • Better Concentration and Focus:

Guest Speakers

Guest speakers can add valuable perspectives and expertise to the Adolescent Summer Outpatient Program.

Here are some examples of guest speakers who  contribute to our program:

  • Mental Health Professionals
  • Peer Mentors
  • Nutritionists
  • Family Therapists
  • Motivational Speakers

Programs Options Include:

Full Day Program (PHP)

9:30 am- 3:30 pm Monday- Friday

Partial Day Program (IOP)

12:30- 3:30 pm Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays

*Transportation May Be Available for Local Participants*

Insurances Accepted Include Most Private Insurances, Iowa Medicaid, Medicare, and TRICARE ® for Military Families
Insurances Accepted Include Most Private Insurances, Iowa Medicaid, Medicare and TRICARE ® for Military Families
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