How Are Parents Involved in the Treatment Process?

At Cascade Academy we believe you are the expert on your daughter. Family integration and support is critical to your daughter’s success. You will be involved in your daughter’s treatment process in a variety of ways including:
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Family Integration

Here at Cascade Home, we believe the support system of each family is essential in the long term success of every student. We also understand that OCD and anxiety cycles are pervasive and likely have made a big impact on your family system. A part of our programing is not only assessing, treating, and aiding the health of each student, but also integrating the family system as a part of our program. We will individualize treatment to each family to provide family coaching and therapy throughout the student's stay at Cascade Home. In an effort to help you feel continued connection to their treatment, we will also communicate updates through weekly calls, emails, and updates to Alleva portal from your students' treatment team. Lastly, in an effort to provide quality clinical care, we will assess where each family is at upon planned transition date to give the most clinically significant recommendation for next level of care.

SPACE Training

SPACE (Supportive Parenting for Anxious Childhood Emotions) training is a family-based intervention designed to help children and adolescents struggling with anxiety and OCD (Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder). This approach involves teaching parents strategies to support their child's emotional needs effectively. SPACE training emphasizes fostering a supportive and empathetic environment at home, encouraging parents to validate their child's feelings, and promoting autonomy in managing anxiety or OCD-related challenges. By empowering parents with skills to navigate their child's emotions and behaviors, SPACE training aims to improve family dynamics, reduce anxiety symptoms, and enhance the child's overall well-being.

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Treatment Planning

As parents, you are important members of the treatment team. Your daughter’s therapist and the treatment team will work closely with you to learn about her symptoms of anxiety, family dynamics, values, goals of treatment, and treatment history. Together, you will develop a plan to best fit your daughter’s needs and challenge her anxiety.
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Family Therapy

Weekly family therapy through video conferencing is an important part of the treatment process. During this time you will learn about how to best support your daughter as she navigates the treatment process. This may include learning new communication skills, processing emotions, and practicing new ways of interacting.
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Phone Calls

Consistent healthy communication throughout the week with your daughter is important to your success as a family. You will have regularly scheduled phone calls with your daughter to connect and check in. Phone calls with your daughter begin from the day of admission. You are an important part of your daughter’s support team.
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Family Portal

You will have access to your daughter’s confidential online family portal. This system allows you to send messages and pictures directly to your daughter. You will also be able to access information about your daughter at any time. This includes information about special events, pictures, treatment updates, and the ability to communicate with your daughter’s treatment team.
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