Participants in the 2014 Duke TF-CBT Learning Collaborative
For children with severe mental health diagnoses, Psychiatric Residential Treatment Services provide an intensive clinical setting within the safe, child-friendly living environment of our Saint Peter’s Lane Campus.
The healing process begins through interactions with trained and committed Thompson staff, including individual psychotherapy sessions with licensed therapists and a child psychiatrist. Our spiritual education coordinator complements the clinical treatment by leading children toward trust and spiritual wholeness through a weekly chapel service and related programming.
Children begin to build healthy relationships, to trust adults and to respect themselves. In some cases, children are reunited with a biological family member. Other choices include appropriate placement within a foster setting, often ending in adoption. In all cases, safe and loving environments are the primary consideration. To effectively heal psychological scars, the presence of a loving, supportive family is every bit as critical as the proper diagnosis and treatment.
Intensive clinical treatment for children struggling with mental health issues.
PRTF (General Psych) with a variety of treatment modalities used, including TF-CBT, Motivational Interviewing, DBT, and CBT, all with a relational based approach.
- Nationally accredited: COA
- Emphasis on child well-being outcomes and healthy family connections
- Educational services provided through The School at Thompson
- Extremely low staff/child ratios
- 6 children per unit, each with their own bedroom and bathroom
Boys, ages 5 - 15*
Girls, ages 6 - 12
*treatment for boys may include some sexualized behavior; as determined by case.
For admission information, contact Admissions at 704-644-4414 or by email at email@example.com.