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Court-Ordered Services

It’s a cliché, but it’s grounded in truth: There is so much more that unites us as humans than that which divides us. We all have a deep-rooted need for communal support. We all feel physically better when our minds are in good shape, and we all could benefit from a less cluttered routine. I’m thrilled that we get to explore these topics together. I’m here not to teach you, but to learn with you, as we navigate life’s seasons. This is a safe space. 

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Our Court-Ordered & Criminal Justice

Relapse Prevention & DUI groups are available in English & Spanish.

All groups are provided via a virtual, and HIPAA compliant platform. Telehealth has been gaining momentum and has accelerated the transition from in-person care to virtual treatment. 

MRT (Moral Reconation Therapy)

A systematic, cognitive-behavioral approach that treats a wide range of issues including substance abuse, domestic violence, trauma, parenting, job skills, and other issues. 

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) 

Dialectical behavior therapy is an evidence-based psychotherapy that began with efforts to treat personality disorders and interpersonal conflicts. Evidence suggests that DBT can be useful in treating mood disorders and suicidal ideation, as well as for changing behavioral patterns such as self-harm and substance use.

RPG (Relapse Prevention) Groups

A specific intervention modality designed to strengthen self-management by providing clients with methods for identifying problematic situations, analyzing those situations, and developing strategies to avoid, or cope more effectively with these dangerous circumstances. 

DUI Services

Level II Education

Level II Therapy

Level II 4+ Evaluation, Case Management, & Services

Interlock Enhancement Counseling

Minor in Possession (MIP) groups

Anger Management Group

A psycho-therapeutic program for anger prevention and control. 

Seeking Safety (Gender Specific) Groups

An evidence-based treatment that helps people with trauma, post-traumatic stress disorder, and substance misuse. Groups are separated by gender to increase solidarity and trust. 

SAP (Substance Abuse Professional) 

Andrea is a certified SAP who evaluates employees who have violated a DOT drug and alcohol program regulation and makes recommendations concerning education, treatment, follow-up, and after-care.

DV (Domestic Violence) Services

Pre-sentence Evaluations

DV Group Treatment

DV MRT Groups

DV Second Contacts (Individual and Group)

Caring Dads

Our Caring Dad’s program is an intervention for fathers who have maltreated their children through neglect or abuse or exposed them to domestic violence. Our aim is to help fathers learn how to improve their behaviors through evidence-based strategies and person-centered treatment and foster a healthier relationship with their families. This is an 18-week program that is conducted both in English and Spanish.

Motherhood Matters 

The Motherhood Matters group is a clinically guided group aimed to provide tools and skills to improve feelings of being "worthy" enough for motherhood.  Successful parenting requires knowledge of stress reduction techniques, supportive social systems, and most importantly, prioritized self-care. This group is designed to give mothers a place of support while changing how they think, act, and feel about parenting.  Using person-centered treatment, mother's will learn how to implement positive parenting behaviors. This is an 18-week program. 

GEARS - Enhanced Outpatient Therapy (EOP)

GEARS is group treatment developed for a higher acuity client based on their assessments, self-report, and behaviors that elevate their risk for  recidivism, relapse, or both. This level of treatment is also, by design, for the client that has demonstrated a greater need of support and containment than the Level I or Level II treatment. EOP will likely include DBT, Relapse Prevention, CBT, Seeking Safety, and more. 

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Now Offering Evaluations

Slopeside Counseling provides evaluations and assessments for Substance Use, Mental Health, Co-Occurring Disorders, and DUI Level II 4+ (evaluation and treatment), and Domestic Violence.

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