Mental Health Therapy

Individual Therapy:

Peacetree offers psychotherapy in which trained professional aids to help to work through personal issues and emotional pain. Peacetree offers effective treatment for a variety of emotional difficulties and mental illnesses. Peacetree therapists will collaborate on a treatment plan with the patient following a full diagnostic assessment to complete a mental health evaluation. Treatment plans are catered to the individual and their needs.

Family Therapy:

Peacetree specializes in high-conflict families offering reunification therapy, grief counseling, skills building, and other family needs specific to the family.

Couples Therapy:

Peacetree specializes in high-conflict couples whether seeking civil separation or termination of a relationship or reunification. Reunification includes but is not limited to following separation, infidelity, fiduciary infidelity, and trauma.

Group/Adult Day Treatment:

Adult Day Treatment: Peacetree Admission criteria for intensive Outpatient Voluntary Program (Pre-Approved Eligible Individuals)

Individuals over the age of 17 years with a DSM-IV Diagnosis as listed below:

And One of the Following:

  • Any level of utilization of specialty mental health services (CDT, IPRT, Partial Hospital, ICM, SCM, or restorative services in community residences or family-based treatment.
  • 10 or more visits to a psychiatric clinic or private psychiatrist (or a combination of these two services)
  • 3 or more psychiatric inpatient days. Appendix 4 – 2 page 2
  • A combination of psychiatric inpatient days and psychiatric clinic or private psychiatric visits exceeding ten (10) in total.


In addition, individuals with serious mental illness who lose Medicaid eligibility due to placement in an institution for mental disease, jails, correctional facilities, or situations of homelessness may be offered direct Peacetree enrollment when they become eligible for Medicaid based on utilization equivalent to the above.

Overview

Research increasingly recognizes mental health in developmental stages as a predictor of civil, social, and educational outcomes into adulthood. Peacetree provides treatments and prevention programs that can prevent the onset of mental health problems among children and youth to reduce expenses of potential long-lasting consequences while improving function and resilience.

Issues

Types of Therapy

Reunification

Reunification is intended to rebalance and re-establish the parent/child relationship. Reunification services are structured sessions that require active participation, cooperation, and support of all family members. Although there are many reasons that a family may seek reunification services, a working relationship between parents is essential for accomplishing aligned goals for the child(ren). At Peacetree, we believe that in our peace we gain resiliency so that the quality of life is generationally improved through the roots of family.

What is resist and refuse?

Resist and Refuse: When a Child Doesn’t Want to See a Parent

The term “parental alienation” was first introduced to explain a child’s refusal to see a parent as being caused by the other parent’s poisoning the child’s mind against the parent.

Peacetree offers reunification for families in which one parent has not had contact with the child(ren) for 6+ months, and for whom reunification has been ordered by the court or a PC. 

Peacetree requires a signed Safe Harbor Agreement when working in reunification.

Insurance & Appointments

Many of our providers are in network with most insurance companies.