The PHP level of care provides clients six hours of treatment, five days a week, from a team of highly trained therapists. At the Partial level of care, clients remain in their home environment while attending our full-day treatment program. Evolve PHP provides an effective alternative to residential or inpatient treatment and may be appropriate for those transitioning from one of these higher levels of care. The IOP level of care provides clients with three hours of treatment, three to five days a week. Evolve IOP may be appropriate for those transitioning from a partial hospitalization program (PHP) or for those who need more structure than weekly psychotherapy. The OP level of care provides clients with three hours of treatment, three to five days a week. Evolve OP may be appropriate for those transitioning from an intensive outpatient program (IOP) or for those who need more structure than weekly psychotherapy. During their stay with us clients receive individual, group and family therapy with a focus on dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), mindfulness, applied behavior analysis (ABA) and 12-step supports. We offer a variety of psycho-educational support and DBT parenting courses, as well as psychological testing, assessment and referral services. Additionally, clients engage in personal explorations through experiential therapies such as art and psychodrama, yoga, physical fitness, gardening, meditation, vocational pursuits and more.
Jonathan received his BA in Psychology from the University of Massachusetts in 2007, and completed his Masters in Counseling Psychology from Argosy University Los Angeles in 2011. He specializes in child counseling, with a focus on family systems, and has extensive experience counseling at-risk youth with drug and alcohol problems in Malibu and Ventura County. He’s passionate about his work and loves engaging with and empowering individuals and families to connect with one another and create a life worth living that’s both meaningful and satisfying.More
Annika received her BA in Psychology from California State University in 2015 and feels very lucky to manage our Camarillo location. She spent her adolescent years living in three very different states—Georgia, Connecticut, and California—and understands the difficulties of this turbulent developmental period. Annika worked as an interventionist for children with autism while pursuing her undergraduate degree, which led to her passion for working with teenagers struggling with emotional, addiction, and behavioral issues. She loves her family, spending time with her friends, horses, going on adventures, and was named after a character in the children’s book Pippi Longstocking.More
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