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Hippocrates understood something crucial about neuroplasticity over two millennia ago;

Yellowbrick embraces this principle by offering repetitive experiences for learning and practicing new skills and adaptive patterns in situ while living in the community.

 

Yellowbrick has created a treatment center that is based upon inter-disciplinary research and the clinical wisdom of experienced clinical scholars. The pillars of the model include:

  1. Immersion in an Open Therapeutic Community of sober, age-related peers engaged in Real-Time Treatment rather than as-if institutional compliance.
  2. Center for Clinical Neuroscience offering neuromodulation technologies.
  3. Core Competence Skills Development: executive functioning, life skills, education & career skill development for facilitating the experience of true competence; Staff continues with the patient and family through all levels of care.
  4. Intensive, multidimensional, developmentally attuned Family Model.

Yellowbrick has evolved its theoretical approach to assessment and treatment within the framework of developmental, interpersonal neurobiology. The model is founded on state-of-the-art integration of current research and scholarship in the areas of evolutionary biology, neuroscience, developmental psychology, the full range of cognitive-behavioral & interpersonal (neuro-psychoanalytic) psychotherapies, and executive functioning/life-skills approaches in treatment.

The desired developmental outcomes of treatment with emerging adults are:

  • Connected and coherent self,
  • Resilience and effective self-regulation of emotion and behavior,
  • Interpersonal effectiveness across a range of intimacy; build a support system,
  • Resetting and maturation of motivation and reward systems,
  • Effective self-care & wellness, executive function, and life-skills,
  • Renegotiate relationship with family towards connected autonomy.

    (Arnett 2003, Schore 2012, Siegel 2012,  Cozolino 2015)
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Come for visit

Are you a mental health professional who’d like to see first-hand what Yellowbrick is all about?

Call Tracy Ashworth Director of Business Relationship Development at 847-869-1500 x 207 or email tashworth@yellowbrickprogram.com to arrange your visit.

Note: Some COVID restrictions apply; currently tours are available to 1-2 vaccinated professionals at a time

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Yellowbrick collaborates with adolescents and emerging adults, ages 16-30's, their families and participating professionals toward the development and implementation of a strategic “Life Plan.” An integrative, multi-specialty consultation clarifies strengths, limitations, and risks, and defines motivations, goals and choices.

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    Real-Time Treatment for Emerging Adults and their Families

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