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Art Therapist, Counselor, Dietitian, Group Practice, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Psychotherapist, Marriage & Family Therapist, Mental Health Nurse, Nurse Practitioner, Nutritionist, Physician, Psychiatric Nurse, Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Psychotherapist, Registered Dietician, Therapist, Treatment Center
MHL-088-023 North Carolina
At Tapestry, we want our clients to face all the triggers and the challenges they will face when they return to home, school or work. When our clients come to treatment at Tapestry, we work to educate our clients on understanding meal plans and exchange lists. They will go to the grocery store weekly with staff to shop for the items they need to prepare and meet their exchanges on their meal plans. Our clients prepare their meals with the assistance of the Dietitian for their individual meal plans for breakfast and Lunch. Dinners are prepared by our clients to meet the meal plans for the group. We want our clients to prepare group meals so that when they go home, they can meet their needs along with the needs of their loved ones. We also have scheduled outings to restaurants on a weekly basis so our clients can practice meeting their meal plans when out if a public setting.
We do not lock the doors to the kitchen or bathrooms as we support our clients to use their skills and work with staff to come up with a safety plan when they have urges or practice their ED behaviors. However, if a client is struggling to stay safe and unable to abstain from behaviors, the team will work with the client to come up with a safety plan that can involve supervision after meals, etc.
We encourage our clients to bring their cell phones and laptops. These are put away during treatment hours and clients have access in the evenings. We work with our clients to make sure that they are being used appropriately. Again, we want to be able to determine triggers and work with our clients to work through these during treatment. Access to their electronics, calls with family members, friends, etc…is part of our treatment at Tapestry.
Behavioral Issues, Binge Eating Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Body Dysmorphic Disorder, Borderline Personality, Bulimia Nervosa, Career Counseling, Chronic Impulsivity, Chronic Relapse, Codependence, Co-Occurring Disorders, Compulsive Exercising, Compulsive Overeating, Coping Skills, Depression, Dual Diagnosis, Eating Disorders, Eating Disorders NOS, Emotional Disturbance, Family Conflict, Food Addiction, Grief, Life Transitions, Medication Management, Men with Eating Disorders, Night-Eating Syndrome, OCD, Oppositional Defiance, Orthorexia, Peer Relationships, PTSD, Purging Disorder, Relationship Issues, Self Esteem, Self-Injury/Self-Harm, Sexual Abuse, Stress, Substance Abuse, Testing and Evaluation, Trauma, Women's Issues
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Applied Behavioral Analysis, Art Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dance Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, EMDR, Emotionally Focused, Existential, Experiential, Equine Therapy, Expressive Arts, Family-Based Therapy, Family Systems, Feminist, Group Therapy, Humanistic, Individual Therapy, Integrative, Internal Family Systems, Interpersonal Psychotherapy, Medication Management, Mindfulness-Based, Movement Therapy, Narrative, Neurofeedback, Nutrition Therapy, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, Person-Centered, Play Therapy, Positive Psychology, Psychoanalytic, Psychodynamic, Reality Therapy, Relational, Solution-Focused, Strength Based, Structural Family Therapy, Trauma-Focused
13-17, 18-25, 25-59, 60+
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We accept most major insurance plans. Please visit our website at www.tapestrync.com for the list of plans.
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