Our clinicians have a multitude of specialties and continue to grow in expertise through research, training, certification and licensure pursuits, consultation and continuing education. Each clinician utilizes best practice techniques and follows ethical standards put in place by licensing boards. Clinical specialties include but are not limited to the following: substance abuse assessment, prevention, early intervention and counseling; eating disordered behavior; self-injury; grief and loss; gifted child counseling and support; executive functioning disorders, ADHD, autism-spectrum disorders; anxiety disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, panic disorder, trauma, mood disorders, Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), Art Therapy, Experiential Therapy and DBT Yoga Therapy.
Clinical support is provided to individuals, couples, parents and families who directly suffer from or have family or friends struggling with any of the aforementioned challenges, mental illness, learning differences and co-occurring disorders. Group therapy is an area of expertise for many of our staff and our intensively trained clinicians provide DBT Skills Groups for adolescents, young adults and adults. Please check our website, CAFRC.com for an up-to-date listing of groups being offered