Posted on Mon, 07/28/2014 - 14:09
Kevin Randall, Clinical Director at Fulshear Treatment to Transition, examines the reasons behind young women actively harming themselves by cutting or other self-harm methods. This post is the first in a series of self harm related posts that will be issued over the coming weeks.
Posted on Mon, 07/21/2014 - 13:26
What does a typical day at Fulshear Transition look like? Our program's focus on healthy, successful, independent women makes Fulshear a unique place for clients in need of a supportive, therapeutic environment in which to thrive and grow.
Posted on Wed, 02/26/2014 - 17:17
Self-Harm is an increasingly pervasive symptom of emotional distress among adolescent girls. Because it involves physical damage to the sufferer, cutting understandably evokes distress and fear in others. Viewed on a continuum, self-harming behavior can easilyóthough not always accuratelyóbe interpreted as a precursor to suicidal behavior. Because self-harm is so pervasive and so disturbing, InnerChange program director Dustin Tibbitts, LMFT, has written a three part series to help parents better understand and address this behavior.
Posted on Tue, 02/04/2014 - 13:15
The horses at Fulshear bring clients a lot of joy and self reflection as they assist them in healing from traumas, emotional disregulation, relationship issues, substance abuse among many more issues. Not only do you do therapy with them you also get to have a lot of fun riding them and building a bond with them. They love the attention!
Posted on Fri, 01/31/2014 - 00:29
Every one of the young women who come to Fulshear Treatment to Transition arrives with a unique story and obstacles they are facing. The obstacles they face are usually described in terms of diagnosis. Let's talk more about the diagnoses we see at Fulshear.
Posted on Wed, 01/15/2014 - 14:37
One of my biggest passions in life and here at Fulshear Treatment to Transition is the power of advocating for YOU! Your needs are the most important entity to our vision here. As staff we take the time to listen, respond and advocate for you. You are the reason why we are here, if we don’t advocate for your needs then you will likely fall back into believing your core issues. These cores issues come in various forms from not feeling heard, not being worthy enough of our love or care, and never feeling good enough for yourselves or others. Our goal is to help you realize your potential. We are here to fight for your needs in treatment and in the outside world.
Posted on Tue, 01/14/2014 - 18:26
Do you struggle with regulating your emotions and coping with them by using self-destructive behaviors; such as using drugs, physically harming yourself, and/or avoiding most interactions? If you are able to answer yes to any part of the above question you are not alone. Fulshear Treatment to Transition is here to help you and your family understand what may cause these self-destructive behaviors. The staff at Fulshear as well as the clients understand what you are going through. Do no wait until things get completely out of control before getting the help you need; especially if you are physically harming yourself and/or using drugs to cope with your emotions.
Posted on Thu, 11/07/2013 - 16:15
Self-Harm is an increasingly pervasive symptom of emotional distress among adolescent girls. Because it involves physical damage to the sufferer, cutting understandably evokes distress and fear in others. Viewed on a continuum, self-harming behavior can easily—though not always accurately—be interpreted as a precursor to suicidal behavior. Because self-harm is so pervasive and so disturbing, InnerChange program director Dustin Tibbitts, LMFT, has written a three part series to help parents better understand and address this behavior.
Posted on Thu, 11/07/2013 - 16:14
News of mass violence leaves most of us feeling grieved, angry, and baffled. But the recent shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newton, Connecticut, was especially stunning. The killings took place in a quiet, close knit, “safe,” virtually crime-free community. The school had just implemented new security measures designed to protect students by keeping intruders out. The victims were small children and their would-be protectors—school teachers and administrators.
Posted on Thu, 11/07/2013 - 16:13
This fall, professors throughout the nation will be referencing a now famous cheat sheet to help them better communicate with and connect to their students, avoiding gaffs that might instantly destroy their credibility with the class of 2016. This tool, called The Mindset List, is published annually by Beloit College and attempts to illuminate the inner workings and outward behaviors of young people for those who would educate them.