Children’s Program (Ages 8-12)

Academic Services

To prevent disruption of academic needs, patients enrolled in our day programs are offered an education component through Silvergate Prep. This service prevents our patients from falling behind in their school work and provides them with academic structure and support. Patients learn in a therapeutic environment while receiving assistance with time management and assignment completion leading to a reduction in stress when they are ready to return to school.

Please note: Service availability varies by location.

Children’s Program
(Ages 8-12)

The Youth Program at GenPsych serves children 8-12 years old and is an outpatient program offering both Partial Care treatment as well as Intensive Outpatient Programming. Our program aims to help children struggling with various concerns related to mood, anxiety, and interpersonal conflict.

Before entering the program, each child participates in a comprehensive assessment to determine what interventions will be most successful. The GenPsych team then works collaboratively with your and your child to create an individualized treatment plan to meet your child’s unique goals.

The children’s program offers individual therapy and medication management as part of an ongoing collaboration with your child. Group therapy sessions make up a significant portion of your child’s treatment.

These groups consist of evidence-based mental health groups with an emphasis on engagement for our younger peer group.

For More Information Call – (855) 436-7792

Academic Services

To prevent disruption of academic needs, patients enrolled in our day programs are offered an education component through Silvergate Prep. This service prevents our patients from falling behind in their school work and provides them with academic structure and support. Patients learn in a therapeutic environment while receiving assistance with time management and assignment completion leading to a reduction in stress when they are ready to return to school.

Please note: Service availability varies by location.

Child Partial Care And Intensive Out Patient Group Descriptions:

Play & Art Therapy
The focus of this group is to explore emotions, thoughts, and challenges through different forms of artistic expression.

Communication
Effective communication skills are the focus of this group, which teaches skills for expressing oneself effectively while also respecting the rights of others.

Coping with Anxiety
The focus of this group is to teach people skills for identifying and changing unreasonable thoughts and behaviors that lead to an unhealthy level of anxiety.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
The focus of this group is to teach people skills to cope with stress, regulate emotions and improve interpersonal skills.

Family Therapy
The focus of this group is to teach people about family systems, including their impact on the individual’s personal recovery.

Recreation
The focus of this group is to teach skills for utilizing healthy recreational activities as a mechanism for coping and reducing relapse

Self-Esteem
The focus of this group is to teach people skills for accurate self-evaluation, improved self-talk, and how to effectively cope with negative feedback and criticism by self and from others.

Music Therapy
The focus of this group is to teach people self-expression through song.

Relaxation
Although some tension is healthy, a continual state of tension increases the likelihood of panic attacks, physical experiences of anxiety, and more frequent intrusive worried thoughts. This group focuses on teaching people skills to activate the natural relaxation response and to more effectively cope with stress.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
This group focuses on helping people understand the link between thoughts, emotions and behaviors. People will also learn strategies for evaluating their thinking with the goal of changing unreasonable thoughts and maladaptive behaviors.

We are IN NETWORK with most major medical insurances without a referral

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