Our Clinical Model
Individual & Group Therapy
Each young adult attends multiple weekly sessions, both individual sessions and group sessions with expert clinicians. In addition, psychiatrists are part of the personal treatment team.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Our therapists use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to identify and modify thought and behavior patterns. Therefore, this creates shifts from the negative toward the positive.
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) helps residents acknowledge the unhealthy behaviors they are using to cope with deeper underlying issues. Additionally, DBT supports them in developing ways to modify these behaviors and to make healthy, authentic connections with those around them.
We treat young adults in the context of the entire support group. Family members participate in therapy as deemed appropriate for the young adult and their level of development. This can include the family participating in recovery work, and monitored group activities on weekends.
Our approach to nutrition focuses on healthy choices and eating habits. Furthermore, as part of our unique approach, nutritionists and culinary staff educate clients about proper nutrition. In addition, the team creates healthy meal plans with the residents.
Body Image Group
This therapeutic process group provides a safe and supportive gender-specific environment. Hence, young adults can more freely express their concerns about body perceptions and external appearance.
We perform a thorough clinical assessment to determine each incoming resident’s specific needs and create an individualized treatment plan that encompasses a variety of counseling and therapeutic modalities.
In our psychoeducation groups, Newport Institute’s clinical professionals educate young adults on how the brain works. As a result, clients learn to shift their thought processes in a positive direction.
Newport Institute’s licensed, highly qualified clinicians specialize in the health and development of young people. Hence, our medical staff is available to oversee residents 24 hours a day.
A gender-specific approach allows for greater comfort. Therefore, young adults experience deeper bonding in our group discussions and activities. Consequently, clients develop self-confidence without distraction.
Acceptance & Commitment Therapy
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) combines acceptance and mindfulness with commitment and behavior-change strategies to increase psychological flexibility.
Attachment-Based Family Therapy
We use Attachment-Based Family Therapy to heal rifts in the parent-child relationship, so that young adults can turn to their parents for support even as they develop autonomy and independence.
Bowen’s Family System Theory
We identify patterns and explore connectedness and reactivity within the family system.
Brown & Lewis’s Developmental Model
By applying Brown & Lewis’s Developmental Model, we help young adults cultivate healthy relationships. They do this by addressing three areas of their life: individual, family, and environmental factors.
Our compassionate recovery program is rooted in the development of a strong sense of self-love and self-acceptance to ensure a lifelong commitment to personal recovery.
Emotional Freedom Technique
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is a holistic modality that integrates elements of acupuncture, neurolinguistic programming, and energy work to modify emotions.
Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing
We use this evidence-based psychotherapeutic treatment to alleviate distress from PTSD and traumatic memories. Hence, this approach adapts the way the brain processes information.
Multidimensional Family Therapy
Multidimensional Family Therapy (MDFT) engages young adults through a family-centered approach. Hence, this modality empowers clients and family members.
Person-Centered or Humanistic Therapy
At Newport Institute, our clinicians provide young adults with unconditional positive regard, compassion, and empathy. This allows them to feel accepted and understood as they explore their feelings and motivations.
Post-Induction Therapy (PIT) explores and repairs relational trauma within the family system. This occurs through a dynamic approach to individual and group therapy.
Prochaska & DiClemente’s Stages of Change Model
At Newport Institute, we use this evolutionary model to help young adults gain insight into the process of change.
Certified yoga instructors facilitate our Yoga Program, providing clients with up to six classes per week. Furthermore, all classes teach presence and mindfulness in a supportive group setting.
Healthy exercise is a fundamental part of our rehab treatment. Hence, young adults learn basic fitness skills that they can use as positive coping methods throughout their lives.
Equine-Assisted Therapy use the human-horse connection to promote caring and nurturing behaviors. Additionally, clients learn to be in the “here and now” as they work with our Equine-Assisted Therapists.
Young adults learn to acknowledge and express their deep-rooted emotions as they make and listen to music, individually and as a group.
Adventure Therapy includes rock climbing, paddleboarding, surfing, hiking, ropes courses, and kayaking. While developing new skills, young adults gain confidence, collaborate, and have fun.
Clients build and tend gardens together. In addition, they bring plants to life through proper care. Consequently, horticulture and plant therapy instill a sense of nurturing and responsibility.
Martial Arts Group
Martial Arts sessions provide opportunities to work through mental challenges via a physical outlet. Furthermore, this activity offers a new lens through which young adults can understand and heal from mental health issues.
Our Executive Chefs, registered dieticians, and clinical nutritionists lead groups in culinary creativity and teach self-care and self-sufficiency through nutrition.
The integration of community service and volunteer work is a powerful force for facilitating change.
Photography Arts encourage young adults to look at the world from a different perspective. Hence, instructors teach clients to find beauty in everyday life.
Clients participate in Art Therapy weekly. In addition, young adults use visual arts to find new, creative modes of expression.
Life Skills Program
At Newport Institute, young adults learn practical skills for building independence and interpersonal relationships, and practice “brain-hygiene” exercises that support self-regulation.
Our Life Skills Program is designed to enhance executive functioning and guide young adults in gathering the information and knowledge they need to step confidently into the next chapter of life.
When appropriate for their life stage, clients work with academic tutors and educational therapists to forge a path that ignites enthusiasm and hope for the future.
Every morning, our young adults set goals, state positive affirmations, and access spiritual connection. Consequently, they start the day from a foundation of calm and self-awareness.
Throughout the week, young adults at Newport Institute perform an Inventory and Reflection exercise. Therefore, they claim ownership of the therapeutic healing process.
Benefits of meditation include greater calm, clarity, and focus. Consequently, this practice helps young adults participate in the healing process with greater intent, comfort, and ease.
Church, Synagogue, Temple
We honor all religious affiliations. Hence, our clients have the opportunity to attend church, temple, or synagogue to maintain their spiritual practices while in treatment. Spiritual connection is one way in which young adults find meaning and purpose.
Newport Institute’s Professional
Our team works closely with behavioral health professionals and therapy referrals so that young adults,
families, and loved ones who come to us experience an easy and supported process.
- Discuss referral process
- Share our approach to treatment
- Verify insurance benefits
- Discuss financial arrangement options
- Prospective resident or family member
- Referral care provider
When a Resident Is Admitted
- Notified of safe arrival
- Share progress and information
- Coordination of treatment and discharge planning