Intercept's Therapeutic Day Treatment Program provides a model of positive behavioral interventions and supports to at-risk students in Virginia schools who are in danger of being removed from school due to intense behavioral and emotional struggles. In doing so, Intercept provides professional counselors in the schools that work to improve behavior, emotional well-being, and student performance.
Intercept's program facilitates and nurtures home and school partnerships, participates in school and community events, supports the existing culture of the school and promotes a positive learning and experiential environment.
Counselors help students to process and navigate through the stressors associated with peer interaction and pressure, teacher / student dynamics, and conflict resolution. Intercept offers individualized treatment plans for the youth's various needs. Goals are developed by staff, the youth, and the parent in order to ensure that the emotional and behavioral difficulties of each child are being addressed, and that appropriate goals are set. Intercept school-based staff stay involved through IEP meetings, faculty meetings, and different school committees. Service hours are flexible and offered onsite during school and at an intercept satellite location after school.
As summer begins, the Day Treatment Camp provides a full day of activity based treatment programs in a fun filled and exciting environment. Youth continue to work on the goals in their Individual Service Plan while they enjoy themselves and each others company.
If you are interested in bringing Therapeutic Day Treatment to your school, please contact us.
Individual Service Planning
Individual and Group Therapy
Crisis Intervention available 24/7
Medication Management Education
Life Skills Training
Social Skills Training
Weekly Family Counseling
- Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support Model Used and Endorsed by VDOE and IDEA
- Strength Based Approach
- Medicaid Funded
- Promotes Self-Management
- 24-Hour On call
- Emphasis on Communication and Collaboration with School Personnel, Treatment Team and Families