We treat young adult women struggling with depression and anxiety, as well as mood, personality, addiction, trauma and attachment disorders. Using techniques that do more than correct or replace behaviors, we focus on creating lasting change. We work through the negative beliefs you have about yourself and teach you essential skills to manage your life, even in the midst of big life changes. From the moment you get here, we work to understand your wants and needs so that we can equip you with the best tools for a fulfilling life.
We take a holistic approach to our treatment program. Personal values are the guiding star. If you know what your values are you can navigate the difficult personal and interpersonal issues that arise. You’ll find yourself confident in your ability to contribute to the world you live in. Your power to integrate into new and unique situations will increase as you become healthy, strong and influential.
As you come to live by the values you hold sacred, you’ll experience the realization of your unique potential. We hope the best for you as you launch yourself into a whole new journey.
Begin to understand the opportunities that are before you. You’ll discover how Fulshear does things, you will get acquainted with our culture and become oriented with the program. It’s during the Opportunity phase that you will show how willing you are to be safe and complete your assessments.
Discover your values and core beliefs. Learn to address the issues, family dynamics, patterns, and roles you play out in your life and in your relationships. It’s during the Discover phase that you’ll determine your academic potential. We teach you new therapeutic and life skills and how to implement them in your daily life.
Be actively engaged in treatment goals and navigate your core meaning, core issues, and peer and family relationships. You become an active leader in the community and progress through each treatment phase, accomplishing therapeutic assignments. During the Navigate phase, you’ll experience little staff direction for day-to-day living. You are your life’s navigator. This is your opportunity to demonstrate a capacity for greater independence.
Start integrating your learning and growth into real-life situations. You’ll look for a job and explore a career path. You’ll continue to support the community on the ranch and integrate into the transition community. During the Integrate phase, you’ll begin to realize the difficulties associated with transition. You’ll work closely with support systems to overcome challenges, continue to focus on your core meaning and thrive in the new community.
Demonstrate your ability to put your life plan in place by living independently and maintaining the independent living standards. You’ll continue to make progress in therapeutic, academic and life skill goals. You’ll show integrity in the new community and exercise self-discipline and a positive attitude. Be supportive of the ranch community and positively contribute to each of your communities (e.g. family, peer, work, and school) and you’ll understand that making mistakes is natural and you will learn how to repair relationships and find solutions to problems.
When you reach this point you have become a positive influence in the community. You contribute actively in groups, helping your peers with chores and planning, and you participate in off campus activities. You demonstrate integrity in your life. You are actively learning and practicing learned skills. You are seeking ways to better your life and relationships by living from your core meaning.
You’ve now demonstrated over a period of time your ability to maintain successful independent living, healthy individuation within your family and appropriate relationships with peers and family members. You’ll develop a graduation plan, complete your master treatment plan and prepare for a successful transition from Fulshear.