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We are dedicated to helping the unique stresses of military life in a safe, accepting setting so that you can return to yourself and your world.
Active and past military duty brings unique challenges, sacrifices, and stresses to service members and their families. It’s not uncommon to feel anxiety, depression, or other negative emotions related to your deployment, service, or combat–and sometimes these feelings can be hard to manage. Our Military Program uses proven methods to help you deal with these unique experiences in a discrete, safe setting without fear of being judged.
The Military Program at GenPsych offers treatment specifically designed for the unique needs of active duty service members and veterans from all military branches.
We offer specialized programming that focuses on the common distresses that many of our military are faced with, such as insomnia, anxiety, post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anger, and feelings of isolation.
Our groups offer a safe place where our service members join together, get support and understanding, and begin to heal through the compassion offered by the staff and one another.
- Emotion Management/Regulation: this group utilizes cognitive behavioral therapy and dialectical behavior therapy techniques to assist with ways to identify sources of emotions, utilization of coping strategies and grounding skills, and ways to reduce impulsive behaviors.
- Family Dynamics: this group offers a course that addresses the issues that arise in relationships with spouses, children, family members and friends that stem from multiple deployments.
- Reintegration into non-extreme/non-acute life settings: this group assists with topics that address the most common difficulties of reintegration back into a civilian world.
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy track: these groups present and address outcomes to the application of mindfulness skills, interpersonal effectiveness skills, middle path skills, distress tolerance skills, emotion regulation skills management. These skills and the assigned homework are geared towards improving the management of symptoms, of emotions, of triggering situations, of relationship challenges and communication, and of all stress types related to exposure to extreme circumstances or PTSD.
- PTSD Management and Dissociation Management: these group provide extensive psychoeducation on PTSD and dissociation symptoms, and the safe/open environment for the discussion of symptoms management.
- Creative Arts, Journaling and Music Therapy: these groups expose the members to various forms of expression and music therapy. These groups assists with insight into, understanding of and increased ability to communicate deep emotions and experiences.
- Anxiety and Depression Management: these groups provide education and tools to manage the excessive anxiety and depression that is related to those with exposure to extreme circumstances or PTSD.
- Addiction Management groups: These groups link management of depression, anxiety and trigger symptoms with sobriety and relapse prevention education.
- Illness Management and Recovery and Wellness Recovery Action Plan groups: These groups provide psychoeducation on the function and treatment of mood symptoms, and a personalized plan to prevent future clinical decompensation.
- Self-Esteem, Relationships, CBT Skills and Coping with Change groups: These settings focus on the specific relational/thought management/change management/improving relationship with self needs, and link psychoeducation of the factors that lead to relational/change management/thought redirection challenges with coping strategies.
Levels of Care
Before entering our program, each client receives a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation to determine any co-occurring disorders and determine the appropriate treatment plan for them.
- Partial Care Program is an intensive, therapeutic program that meets 5 ½ hours per day for 5 days a week from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
- Intensive Outpatient Program runs 3 hours per day for 3 days per week from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
We offer a wide range of group and individual therapies, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT).
We also offer family therapy to help loved ones cope with the challenges of having a family member on active duty.
Transportation is available to qualified program attendees.
We respect your service to our country and welcome the opportunity to serve you with a higher level of specialized care. Please note that program offerings differ by location.