Our Treatment Program
A holistic, residential therapy program for mental health, addiction, and dual diagnosis.
How Trauma Therapy Works
Many behavioral health problems resolve around past or present traumas. Because of this, we’ve placed trauma treatment at the heart of our approach. Trauma care looks at symptoms and their causes simultaneously. No two clients have the same needs or experiences, and the right treatment approach will always be personal.
Trauma care is typically administered with 6 guiding principles in mind:
- Trustworthiness & Transparency
- Peer Support
- Collaboration & Mutuality
- Empowerment & Choice
- Cultural, Historical & Gender Issues
By centering our programming around these values, we create an environment where clients feel safe, comfortable, and ready to heal at their own pace.
Types of Therapy
Individual therapy is private treatment with licensed therapists and medical professionals. It includes somatic experiencing, neurofeedback, and individual psychoeducation.
In group therapy, individuals can learn, grow together, and experience meaningful support through psychoeducation, recreational therapy, and community development.
Trauma therapy recognizes that trauma is an underlying part of many other conditions. This philosophy helps us provide compassionate and effective treatment.
Somatic experiencing is a holistic, body-focused treatment modality that helps resolve both physical and psychological trauma symptoms.
Neurofeedback provides insight on how the brain responds to distressing stimuli, helping change the way a person responds to their emotional triggers.
Recreational therapy uses games, movement, art, time in nature, and other positive activities to relieve mental suffering and aid the recovery process.
Psychoeducation helps clients learn more about themselves and discover practical ways to overcome mental and behavioral health problems.
CBT, or cognitive behavioral therapy, helps clients learn to self-identify negative thinking patterns and replace them with healthy behaviors.
Dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) is especially effective for those who struggle to manage and regulate emotions.
Motivational interviewing, or MI, helps people resolve ambivalent feelings and insecurities by empowering them to find motivation and capacity for change.
Learn to use simple self-regulation skills to restore a sense of safety by interrupting your body's threat response.
Internal Family Systems
Internal Family Systems (IFS) is a type of psychotherapy that conceptualizes the mind of an individual as one family made up of various parts.
Family therapy is a type of psychotherapy used to address the health and functioning of the family as a whole, within the context of individual therapy for one member of the family.
Through a supportive and compassionate approach, grief therapy provides guidance and tools for grief management.
Attachment Style Therapy
Attachment style therapy helps people heal from past experiences and develop secure attachments in all of their relationships.
Pharmacogenetic testing removes much of the trial and error of prescribing behavioral and mental health medications by analyzing your DNA.
Emotional Freedom Techniques
Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), or tapping therapy, is a self-help tool that uses acupressure and psychological techniques to manage emotional and physical distress.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
ACT is an action-oriented therapy that allows clients to move past negative emotions and thoughts, rather than fighting them.
Holistic Dietary Services
A menu developed specifically for individuals in recovery from mental health disorders by a holistic dietician.
Medication Management & MAT
In a controlled and safe environment, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) can help some clients participate more fully in their therapy program.
Instead of analyzing a current problem, this therapy focuses on the strengths and resources a person has and helps identify solutions.
A Space to Heal the Mind and Calm the Nervous System
When we don’t feel safe or grounded, we can’t grow. This truth has helped our team to create a state-of-the art residential facility that still feels like home. Our clients live in a space that reflects our programming, with comfortable bedrooms, spacious indoor and outdoor living areas, and private spaces for individual therapy.
How to Get Started
Whether you are ready to get admitted or just need information, we’re here to make the process simple.
Get in touch by calling us, scheduling a call, or filling out the insurance verification form below. We’ll provide the information you need and determine whether Sequoia is the right fit for you.
Schedule Your Inpatient Stay
When you’re ready for admission, we’ll work with you to schedule your arrival date. If you need other treatment before beginning our program, we can assist with referrals and coordination.
Arrive and Begin Healing
After you arrive at the Sequoia facility, you’ll meet with advisers and therapists to develop a personalized plan for therapy and aftercare.
What We Treat
If you are struggling with your mental health, substance abuse, or both, we are here to help you regain control over your life. Our 30-day inpatient program is designed to treat a wide variety of mental, behavioral, and co-occurring disorders in a comfortable setting.
Mental Health Diagnoses
We diagnose and treat many mental health disorders, including trauma effects, dual diagnosis, depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, and codependency.
Substance use disorders we treat include addiction to alcohol, opiates, fentanyl and prescription opioids, methamphetamine and other stimulants, benzodiazepines, cannabis, and other psychoactive substances.
Other Behavioral Health Concerns
A mental health crisis can be layered and confusing. If you don’t see your disorder listed—or don’t know exactly why you are struggling—reach out to us to see how we can help. We treat everyone at Sequoia on a personal level, and we’re ready to help you overcome whatever you may be facing.