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Outpatient Clinic

Outpatient Treatment Programs

CBT Outpatient Clinic

Willow Springs Center offers a robust outpatient treatment program.

We will work with you and your family during your child’s treatment with us. With the outpatient therapy program, you will play a big role in your child’s progress. We hope you will take advantage of all we have to offer, and put forth the necessary effort to set your child and family up for success.

The Center utilizes a number of approaches including cognitive behavioral as well as trauma informed treatment. We will focus on developing skills to assist you in winning back your lives. Willow Springs Outpatient clinic offers an array of services including individual, family, and group interventions as well as outcome-based Intensive Outpatient Programs.

To ensure this program is right for your child, he/she will be assessed by a licensed therapist prior to being admitted to ensure they meet the following prerequisites:

  • Mental health diagnosis
  • Serious Emotional Disturbance (SED) determination
  • No history of severe aggression or violence towards others in a school or treatment setting
  • Willingness to participate in a treatment program
  • Enrolled in Medicaid (fee for service or managed care)

Willow Springs’ outpatient therapy team will consist of:

  • Mental health technicians will assist your child in managing the program schedule while teaching your child new skills for socialization, making positive choices and coping with their emotions.
  • Recreational therapist will lead a variety of groups combining recreational activities with therapeutic interventions. These groups may include creative arts, physical activities, relaxation as recreation, various types of games and community outings.
  • Group therapist is a licensed clinician who will provide IOP services that meet 12 hours per week and include group, individual, recreational therapy and social skills components.

You can schedule a time to meet with program staff to talk about your child’s progress and how their new skills are working at home and in the community. You may even have family therapy sessions if needed.