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Virtual Intensive Outpatient Program
Evergreen Psychotherapy Center offers virtual therapy sessions. Children, couples and families struggling with attachment-related trauma can get the same care they would in our offices using telecommunication health tools.
Internationally-respected therapeutic services using telehealth options.
Protects your privacy
Compliant with privacy laws, regulations and best practices.
Most aspects of in-person IOP recreated online, including parent training, trauma/attachment therapy family therapy and skill-building.
Works with your life
Program scheduling and format tailored to indivdual realities and client needs.
The primary goal of treatment is positive change — new choices, perspectives, options, behaviors, coping strategies and relationships. We explore areas such as anger management, conflict resolution, communication skills and improved self-image.
We are experts in treating substance abuse, trauma, school issues, parenting, problem solving, anxiety, depression and family issues — especially in blended families.
Intensive Outpatient Program
What is the First Year Attachment Cycle and how does it influence the parent-child relationship and attachment going forward?
Each month, Dr. Levy answers a common question he has received from professionals, caregivers and parents during three decades of pioneering work on attachment theory, treatment and training. Many reciprocal interactions are infant-initiated during the first year...
How Much Structure or Freedom Should you Give Your Child?
There are numerous labels applied to different types of parenting styles. Are you a "helicopter parent," a "s-mother," a "tiger mom," an "indulgent" or a "free-range" parent? Do you hover and control every aspect of your child's life or are you hands-off, allowing...
How to Handle Sibling Conflict
Just about all siblings argue as children. They bicker, shout, hurl insults at each other and sometimes even get physical. But what to do about it? Many parents believe it is their duty to settle disagreements and protect the innocent. Other parents believe it is...