The Child Day Program provides an integrated treatment process for children who have a diagnosis of mental illness. The treatment process focusses on understand mental health disorders and how they impact self, family and others. The program also helps children gain coping strategies.
Provide music therapy services to patients in accordance with the standards of Music Therapy Clinical Practice. Services include patient assessment and individual care planning related to music therapy.
Specialized Clinical Tracks include:
Children ages 6-12
Children having a DSM 5 Diagnosis of mental illness
Children who are not in imminent danger to self or others
Children not requiring 24 hour treatment
Children who are medically stable
Children assessed as having the ability to understand the treatment concepts and able to participate in groups.
Children who have not been successful in less intensive outpatient services
The program is highly focused, group orientated intensive outpatient treatment. Components include process orientated group therapy, psycho-educational group, rehabilitation groups, individual and family therapy including:
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Family Systems education and intervention
Medication education and management
Motivational enhancement models
DBT coping strategies
Aftercare and support planning
Partial Hospitalization 8:30 am to 2:52 pm, 3-4 week program
Intensive Outpatient 8:30 am to 2:02 pm, 3-4 week program
Rehabilitation Therapists (Art and Music Therapy)
Minneapolis Public School Teachers
BS. or B.M. degree from a college or university program approved by the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA).
Must have completed AMTA-approved clinical internship in Music Therapy.
Must be certified by the Certification Board of Music Therapists, or eligible to take the certification exam at the earliest possible date from date of hire.
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