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Bear’s Ears employs individualized treatments for each client.
Our services include:
Individual Therapy Where children, adolescents, and adults work one on one with a therapist.

Family Therapy Used in two ways, first, to focus on the family function as a whole unit; second, to rally family members around an individual who needs familial support to address behavioral or Mental Health issues.

Play Therapy Used to allow children to express their feelings and concerns through playing. This allows them to express themselves in ways their vocabulary cannot yet allow them to.

Group Therapy Used to bring individuals with similar challenges together to work on skills and processing, with members of the group supporting each other.

Case Management Helps families connect to and coordinate the resources they need to navigate in order to find the most amount of success.

Telehealth Available when face-to-face sessions are impossible. Though face-to-face sessions are primarily encouraged, certain circumstances may necessitate a session at a distance. These sessions are held through video conferencing software, smart phones, personal computers, or other means of long distance communication.

All the services provided at Bear’s Ears are evidence based treatments that have been certified as the most effective interventions available.
Specialized interventions provided:
DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) is one of the most versatile approaches. It has been found to be one of the most effective treatments for resistant depression, suicidality, anxiety, substance abuse, eating disorders, personality disorders, and more. This treatment helps people to learn new skills and to process issues to manage their mental health. Skills include, mindfulness, emotion regulation, distress tolerance, and skills to improve relationship effectiveness.

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is an approach to working through trauma. This type of treatment approach works to break though trauma that is difficult for the mind to process and/or ingrained thought patterns.

TF-CBT (Trauma-focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) is a treatment designed to help children, teens, and their families overcome the effects of traumatic experiences, decrease symptoms of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, and improve family relationships through the telling of trauma narratives, written accounts of past experiences.

SIPS (Structured Interview for Psychosis-risk Syndromes) is a specialized tool for those experiencing confusing or upsetting changes in perception such as hallucinations, delusions, or scattered thinking. It can be used to assess these changes and recommend the most helpful course of care.

MedFT (Medical Family Therapy) is family treatment that rallies the support of those closest to you to manage a new or chronic medical condition. It can offer improvements in both physical and mental health.