Confluence values a team treatment approach that brings all available resources into the continuum of service to provide the highest level of care. By providing an understanding of participants, supporting professionals become integral to our young adult therapy program enabling Confluence clinicians to better address participant's challenges and their opportunities for growth.
Mental Health Clinicians
Home therapists are a valuable resource for families experiencing crises or ongoing challenges. Participants at Confluence may have long-standing relationships with individual therapists that can complement the care provided by Confluence. Our clinical team also supports outpatient therapists before, during and after enrollment at Confluence.
Confluence staff is available to speak with individual mental health professionals about potential referrals. Additionally, if you are seeking local services Confluence can connect you with referring professionals who are expert at identifying treatment options.
Confluence works with Educational Consultants to better serve and create comprehensive support services for emerging adults and their families. Families can rely on the expert advice of independent professionals as a trusted aid in navigating therapeutic services, identifying programs, resources and individuals clinicians.
Confluence staff can help identify Educational Consultants in your area or speak with your consultant to identify if Confluence is an appropriate level of care for the potential participant.
Education-based professionals, whether guidance counselors, teachers or tutors, have a unique glimpse into the strengths and challenges of young adults. Whether it is academic performance, social skills, time management or career planning, these professionals can assist participants' success at Confluence and at school.
Confluence treatment teams can liaise with those supporting a participant at the academic level to help the individual achieve greater success. These services are available during enrollment and during the transitional support period.