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VP-Life (PHP)

Mental Health – Co-Occurring Partial Hospitalization Program

VP-Life Client
Our clients have functional impairments created from:  Mood Disorders, Addiction, Trauma, Borderline Personality Disorder, Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Schizoaffective Disorder, Undiagnosed.

VP-Life is short-term programming designed to bring someone who is experiencing functional impairments, related to mental health and/or addiction issues in one or more aspects of their life, to a basic level of functioning and abstinence.

These individuals may: (1) exhibit disorganized or self-destructive behaviors; (2) be in need of increased structure and support, including a possible change in their medication regimen; (3) need a slow and safe return back into their community after leaving inpatient treatment or detox; and/or, (4) need to be stepped-up from a lower level of care to provide extra support and structure.

VP-Life provides an intense, concentrated structure each weekday (Monday through Friday) made up of 30+ hours of weekly individual and group programming.  VP-Life aims to reduce harm created by maladaptive coping strategies, provide physical and emotional stabilization, as well as teach basic tools so our clients can safely move into other forms of intensive therapies created to teach a new way of being. Our holistic approach combines traditional and cutting-edge treatment modalities, mindfulness, fitness, and creativity, promoting overall mental well-being and long-term sobriety.

VP-Life Treatment Modalities

This group focuses on Cognitive Behavioral techniques to assist clients in becoming more aware of their unhealthy patterns of thinking allowing them to take a pro-active role in changing their thought patterns which in turn will have a positive effect on their feelings and behaviors.
Is a directive client centered therapy which utilizes interventions that address ambivalence to move the client from one stage of change to another. It is very effective in addressing maladaptive behaviors because it meets the clients where they are at.
Exploring how our past experiences have shaped our beliefs about caring for ourselves, discovering how these ideas influence all aspects of the decisions we make in our daily lives and how we can improve these choices to create a higher quality of life.

Goal for the course: Clients will explore how past experiences have shaped their decision-making process and learn ways to make conscious, rather than reactive choices.
This group helps clients acquire daily living skills that are necessary to ensure stability and promote growth. They often involve skills used to maintain healthy relationships, promote a positive self-image, and engage in regular self-care
Each session includes an individualized treatment plan that aids client to ensure they are made aware of their treatment goals. Case management sessions also include a comprehensive overview of individual’s compliance in the Vantage Point program and to discuss any barriers to treatment. The goal of a case manager is to achieve client wellness through the following means:

  • empowering a client to self-advocate
  • communicating directly with the individual and the available resources
  • identifying available resources that will meet the individual’s needs
  • educating the services providers on the needs of the individual
  • educating the individual on the available service providers and agencies in the community
  • facilitating the connection between the individual and the community services
Hypnotherapy is therapeutic modality in which a therapist guides a client’s imagination, thus producing a deep state of relaxation, in order to facilitate certain intended changes in thoughts, behavior, sensations, or feelings in the client. Hypnosis is a state of deep attention, which is induced by a certified and trained professional. For many people, the mind is highly receptive to suggestion and therefore suggestions offered to someone during a hypnotic state can be used to help that person reach their goals. This modality is often used among psychologists, therapists, and alternative forms of healers.
Energy Healing is a form of alternative healing, commonly being used by more and more health and wellness professionals. It is a therapeutic treatment form that works with a person’s energy field. The therapist or healing professional uses a variety of methods to channel healing energy into a person’s energy field. He or she might also direct unhealthy or dysfunctional energy out of a person’s energy field. Energy Healing can be done through using a hands-on approach, hands-off, or distant (where the healing professional and the client are in different locations). Depending on the setting, Energy healing may also be called energy therapy, spiritual healing, and energy medicine. Two forms of Energy Healing are Pranic Healing and Reiki. Energy Healing should be used in conjunction with appropriate medical or psychological treatment.


  • Motivational Interviewing
  • Art Therapy
  • Spiritual Psychology
  • Anger Management


  • Yoga
  • Meditation
  • Fitness

VP-Life Sample Group Programming  

  • DBT
  • CBT
  • ACT
  • Triggers and Cravings
  • Relapse Prevention


  • Life Skills
  • Everyday Health
  • Art Therapy
  • Yoga
  • Meditation

Discrete Services Offered (as clinically indicated)  

  • Psychiatry
  • Therapy
  • Case Management
  • Life Coaching
  • Hypnotherapy


  • Private Mindfulness
  • Guided Visualization
  • Deep Relaxation
  • Energy Healing