Cognitive Behavior Therapy

CBT is based on the foundation that our thoughts control how we feel, which in turn affects our behaviors. Because we cannot control how others feel and behave, this treatment modality helps us learn how to control our own responses from external queues.

CBT is widely known for correcting cognitive distortions. For example, black and white thinking, catastrophizing, personalization, blaming, and paranoia.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing

EMDR is an evidenced-based, protocol driven treatment. Through use of bilateral stimulation of the brain, distressing memories or thoughts are decreased in both intensity and frequency.

EMDR can assist in overcoming symptoms correlated with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as well as various other diagnoses to include depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and even addictions.

Dialectical Behavior Therapy

DBT is a structured program focused on skill development. This treatment modality has resulted in consistent findings of reducing self-harm and suicidal behaviors. 

The program is divided into the following 10 sections: Dialects, Mindfulness, Distress Tolerance, Emotion Regulation, Interpersonal Effectiveness, Cognitive Modification, Problem-Solving, Addictions, Building a Satisfying Life, and Social Media.

Addiction Assessments and Counseling

Addiction counseling addresses the addictive/abusive behaviors of drug, food, internet, etc. that impair functioning and the well-being of a person's life. At ATP, both abstinence and harm-reduction protocols are utilized.

Assessments for employment, court, probation/parole, or personal desire are completed and provided to requesting parties.