WBI Introduces Telehealth Mental Health Treatment Program for 14-17 Year Olds This Fall
A new mental health treatment program will be launched by the Wyoming Behavioral Institute (WBI) in September, offered via telehealth statewide for teens ages 14 to 17 who need intensive outpatient therapy after residential treatment or to avoid hospitalization.
Intensive Ambulatory Adolescent Mental Health Services are designed to help young people facing a variety of mental and behavioral health issues. Teens struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, impulse control, eating disorders, bipolar disorder, panic disorder, self-harm, and other mental health issues or concerns that may be diagnosed participants participate in nine hours of group therapy per week, typically for four to six weeks. They can also undergo individual and family therapy outside of the intensive outpatient group program.
Intensive outpatient mental health therapy supports young people in an outpatient setting so that they can still go to school and participate in work or other activities, while receiving structured support. WBI’s intensive outpatient program will take place three evenings per week, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. methods for developing treatment goals and plans designed to increase participants’ functioning and ability to find joy in life. For more information on the WBI Intensive Outpatient Telehealth Program, call 307-439-2139 or visit https://wbihelp.com/treatment-services/telehealth/.
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Telehealth allows people of all ages with symptoms of mental illness to connect remotely with therapists and other mental health professionals by phone, tablet or computer. Using user-friendly, HIPAA-compliant video and communication technology, this service allows clients to see and speak with a therapist as they would in an in-person consultation, all in real time, while respecting social distancing practices. WBI is a Casper psychiatric hospital that provides care to children, adolescents, adults and the elderly in crisis. For more information on inpatient calling, call 800-457-9312 and request admission.
WBI is an active member of the Wyoming Telehealth Network, which works to improve access to telehealth services statewide. For more information visit www.wyomingtelehealth.org.
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