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Mental health services, urgent care, outpatient services, group therapy, psychiatric services for children, adolescents and adults, adolescent and adult day treatment, family counseling.

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ASTAT: Adolescent Intensive DBT Program

ASTAT brochure

Adolescent Short Term Assessment and Treatment Program (ASTAT):  Adolescent Intensive Outpatient Program

The ASTAT program is a 5-7 week intensive outpatient program for adolescents age 13 to 18. The program runs Monday through Thursday for 3 hours per day.

 

The program is designed to stabilize adolescents in their home, school and community. The program consists of an assessment, intensive skills training and referrals to psychiatry, individual therapy and family therapy.

 

The program follows a cognitive-behavioral (CBT) model which focuses on connecting feelings, thoughts and behaviors in order to elicit behavioral change with influence from the dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) model which focuses on being in the present moment and utilizing each adolescent’s strengths to promote positive functioning.

 

The program also includes active consultations with schools, social workers, probation officers, therapists, and other providers.

 

This program is offered in our Eagan, Maplewood, and Minneapolis locations. Please call our clinic for more information at 651-365-8255

 

The program offers:

·         Next day assessment and crisis intervention

  • Immediate admission
  • Follow-up contacts with referrals as needed to ensure a positive outcome
  • Comprehensive evaluation from a variety of perspectives include: medical, environmental and behavioral
  • Active collaboration with all community services including: medical and mental health providers, schools, case managers, etc.
  • Referrals for family assessment and therapy
  • Parenting skills group

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If a youth answers yes to one of more of the following questions, they could benefit from our Adolescent program:

 

·         Do you become easily overwhelmed and not know how to calm yourself?

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·         Do you feel suicidal or have thoughts of hurting yourself?

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·         Do you often feel "out of control" and have a difficult time slowing yourself down?

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·         Do you experience intense conflicts in your relationships with friends and family?

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·         Do you feel empty and bored much of the time?

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·         Do you experience sudden and strong mood swings?

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·         Do you have trouble controlling your anger and have frequent outbursts or physical fights?

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·         Do you have an inability to regulate your emotions?

 

If you have further questions and to set up an initial appointment please call 651-365-8255