Innercept
 
Quick Facts
Therapeutic Boarding School & Young Adult Program
Gender:
Coeducational

Ages:
13 to 17

Enrollment:
52

Avg. Duration:
6 to 24 months

Founded:
2004

Is Individual Psychotherapy Available?
Yes
Contact Info
Phone:
(208) 665-7178

Fax:
(208) 765-6972

Website:
www.innercept.net

 
P.O. Box 1356
Coeur D'Alene, ID 83816
 
 
Program Description

Innercept offers a continuum of programming for adolescence through young adulthood.  Based on holistic principles, the program utilizes Integral Psychology to provide a balanced, on-going treatment approach compatible with each individual’s aptitude and assets in mind.  Programs include Adolescent Intensive, Adolescent Transition, Adolescent Stabilization, Young Adult Intensive, Young Adult Transition, Young Adult Stabilization, Young Adult Intensive Transition, and After Care. These independent living programs are designed to empower youth as they explore their role in their family, peer group, community and world.

Innercept has home-environment based programs conceived of and directed by a dynamic group of clinicians and educators who have extensive experience within school, hospital, residential and out-patient psychiatric settings.   The group comes together with specialized training in adult, child and adolescent psychiatry, psychology, nutrition, special education, social work, public health and psychiatric nursing.  They are actively involved in groups including DBT, Moral Reconation Therapy for sobriety maintenance, psychotherapy, anger management, art therapy, psycho-educational group therapy, morals and ethics, mindfulness, and health and fitness.  We also provide many life skills groups such as nutrition and cooking classes, study skills, organization, finance and budgeting.

Special interests of the team include the treatment of anxiety and mood disorders, eating disorders, Asperger’s Syndrome, trauma, OCD, bipolar, thought and attachment disorders.  Tailor-made therapeutic and academic plans are provided in a thorough, thoughtful manner as the team identifies each individual’s strengths, encouraging realistic career and education goals.  Utilizing the collective experience of this group, problem areas of functioning that left earlier attempts and approaches lacking in results are met with creative solutions.  Self-sufficiency is fostered as we teach principles of critical thinking and practical life skills.  Our philosophy is that by mentoring responsibility, empathy, respect and integrity as the core elements of moral fiber, we increase the probability of a fulfilling, healthy and successful life.

Accreditation, Licensure, Approval:
Idaho State Department of Health and Welfare, Child Care License
Northwest Association of Accredited Schools
Approved by SEVIS